Clay Cross Town FC’s ground gets ‘devil’ name after raffle

A Derbyshire football club’s stadium is being renamed The Devil Made Me Do It Ground after a local tattoo studio won a raffle to provide a new name.

Clay Cross Town FC organised the draw for businesses in the area as part of an exercise to rebrand the club, formerly known as Parkhouse FC.

The Central Midlands Football League side’s ground will share the tattoo parlour’s name for all of next season.

The club said the “wacky” name had created a lot of interest in the town.

Committee member Martin Roberts said the idea to raffle off the naming rights to the stadium, formerly known as Mill Lane, was part of a promotional push for the club.

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