2nd February 2021
Behind the scenes at BUFC
Produced by Above Air Media, the Pilgrims have released a series of five videos to showcase some of the finer details around the club's state-of-the-art, £11.6m stadium complex at The Quadrant – which opened its doors for the first time at the start of December.
Click here to view the first video, featuring contributions from United chairman David Newton, vice-chairman Neil Kempster and director Chris Cook – plus a tour of the players' tunnel from club secretary Craig Singleton.
United community manager Nick Reeson and safety officer Simon Oswin feature in our latest episode – showing off areas of the ground including disabled facilities, the matchday control room and the club's Community Foundation space. Click here to watch the second video.
In the third episode, United first team manager Craig Elliott takes centre stage to take the wraps of the prestigious home dressing room and associated facilities. There are also appearances from United club secretary Craig Singleton and the new off-field appointments of general manager Rebecca Barker and administrator Claire Bennett. Click here to watch the club's third video
This video shows off the Pilgrims' stunning function room Ninteen33 and the associated bar and executive box facilities. The upstairs bar and four hospitality boxes have all been dedicated to key players of the past – click here to watch the video and find out who.
The club's supporters bar – and its iconic name – and the fan concourses underneath the West Stand are both revealed. Click here to watch the final video