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Sign of the times at Inverness Caley Thistle


By Andrew Dixon


UPDATED signage has gone up at Caley Thistle's stadium marking the end of an era – and celebrating the club's 25 years in existence.

Last month, the Championship club revealed it had signed a legal agreement that will see the lease of the main stadium and North and South stands (including the majority of the front car park adjacent to Stadium Road) transfer to the football club from Tulloch Homes.

The ground had previously been called Tulloch Caledonian Stadium. The firm's logo has now been replaced by the club's 25-year anniversary artwork.

Caley Thistle are ready to seek a new stadium sponsor following completion of the deal.

George Fraser, chief executive of Tulloch Homes, last month said the gifting of the stadium had taken longer than expected.

“The deal is a result of a great deal of hard work and commitment on the part of the club, Highland Council and Tulloch Homes. Those involved deserve significant credit for ensuring the club now has a unique opportunity to control its own destiny.”



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