Saturday, April 22, 2006

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FC United have agreed a three-year ground share deal with Bury.

The North West Counties Division Two champions have attracted crowds of over 4,000 to Gigg Lane this season and they are expecting a big crowd again for today's final home game of the season against Great Harwood Town when they will be presented with the championship trophy.

The two clubs are due to sign contracts regarding the groundshare in the next few days but it also requires approval from the Football League.

FC United players and managment will go on an open-top bus parade after this afternoon's match which will take them from Gigg Lane to the Swan and Cemetry pub.