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In 1987 Mayfield United were granted permission by Cork Corporation to develop 6.5 acres of land at Lotamore. The club was granted permission for two pitches, dressing rooms, clubhouse, gymnasium, an all weather pitch and a stand for supporters. In December 1987 George Best (not the only world class soccer player to be associated with Mayfield United) turned the first sod of the development. The cost of the first phase of the football complex was £28K (€35.5K) which was initially funded by bank borrowing and was personally guaranteed by club members. Fund raising and Football Association of Ireland grants ultimately repaid the bank debt. That other world class player, Manchester United's Roy Keane, who was from Mayfield, laid the first the first brick of the clubhouse. The Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism officially opened the all weather soccer pitch in March 2006.

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