A Flintshire football club has experienced the "worst vandalism" they've seen destroying new dugouts, stands and advertising boards. 

Saltney Town Football Club said they were disappointed after finding boards snapped and thrown over the pitch as well as plastic shielding over stands damaged. 

In a post on twitter the club said: "So so disappointing to see perhaps the worst vandalism we’ve seen.

"New dugouts, advertising boards and stand attacked again.

"A fence is the only answer. Good people are walking away from our club. We could actually be about to fold!"

Sadly this is not the first incident of vandalism at the club. 

In 2019 the club's new 100 seater stand - due to the previous one being ransacked by vandals -  had seats ripped out.

At the time, club chairman Darren Meredith said the battle against vandals makes him wonder if he wants to do it anymore.

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He told the Leader: "We don't have this stand just to show off, it's an FAW requirement to play in the league our senior team is in now.

"The thought of packing it all in has crossed my mind numerous times over the last couple of years.

"It's just heart wrenching to see the hard work put in by people at the club ruined in this way."

Supporters took to twitter to voice their support for the club in the face of this recent vandalism. 

Adam Roberts said: "Gutted for you. Its soul destroying and never ending. It's happening too often and to the same clubs. Hope you catch those responsible."

James Walker said: "Hate seeing this in the community!"