The hectic close season has come to an end for Clay Cross Town FC.
After the search for a new manager, the club changed its name from Parkhouse FC and gained two kit sponsors T.Nutt and Sons and PCS.
In addition the name of the home venue was changed to The Devil Made Me Do It Tattoo Studio Ground.
New manager Asa Ingall has a busy start to the new season which kicks off on Saturday with the visit of Bentley Colliery, kick off 3pm.
On Tuesday, Glapwell are the visitors for a 6.45pm kick off and the following Saturday, Kiveton Park will visit Clay Cross Town.
It is a big season for the club as it is the first time since 1924 that a team bearing the name Clay Cross Town has played.
Admission is £3 which includes a free, award winning, match day programme.
Pictured is a newly-seated stand at the Devil Made Me Do It Tattoo Studio Ground.