NAIRN County has finalised an arrangement with Inverness CT for the Caley Jags to use Station Park as one of their home venues for the SPFL Under-20s Development League.
Approximately six games will be hosted at Nairn, starting with the visit of Motherwell U20s on Tuesday August 23rd. Kick-off is at 7.00 pm and entry is free.
Club chairman Donald Matheson said: "We are delighted to be welcoming the stars of the future of Scottish football to Station Park and strengthening our ties with Inverness CT."
"They have been great to deal with since I have taken over as chairman. I would like to thank them for offering us this opportunity to host these fixtures and for coming to a financially-rewarding arrangement with Nairn County FC for doing so."
"The fixtures will be allocated to us on an ad hoc basis depending upon the availability of Station Park as obviously our own first team and under-20s matches take priority. We are hopeful of hosting some of their biggest games against the likes of Rangers, Celtic or Aberdeen though."
"This is part of a growing relationship we have with Inverness and I know that Ronnie Sharp and our new Director of Football Graeme Macleod have been liaising regularly with Richie Foran, Scott Kellacher and Duncan Shearer at Inverness and have found them extremely helpful to deal with. Hopefully we will see more benefits of this relationship in the future."
Inverness CT U20s v Motherwell U20s takes place at Station Park on Tuesday August 23rd at 7.00 pm. Please note that only the stand will be open for this match.