A Gwynedd football club is looking to make a splash both on and off the pitch after submitting plans for a seated stand.

Clwb Pêl-Droed Mynydd Llandegai has unveiled plans for a 100 seater stand and additional car parking at their ground based at the village memorial hall.

The club, which plies its trade in the third tier of Welsh football, needs the new spectator facilities in order to meet Football Association of Wales criteria in order to retain their status in the Welsh Alliance First Division.

The documentation accompanying the club’s application, notes: “This planning statement has been prepared in support of a Full planning application for the 100 seater stand and additional car parking Clwb Pêl-Droed Mynydd Llandygai.

“The proposed stand (113 tiered tip-up steps with 2 wheelchair positions) adjoining the football pitch and memorial hall and associated additional car park.”

The proposal also includes additional car parking spaces at the rear of the proposed stand, in between the stand itself and the Memorial Hall with direct access to the road.

The supporting documents went on to note, “As part of the criteria for Tier 3 Clubs we are required to install a 100 covered seated stand by 30 Abril 2020.

“A successful planning application will allow CPD Mynydd Llandygai to remain the Welsh Alliance League Division 1, which they have to work hard to achieve, and not be relegated to a lower standard of football in Tier 2.”

Its expected that Gwynedd Council’s planning department will make a decision over the coming weeks.