The training ground has had a total make-over as part of Tony Mowbray's club improvement plans over the summer...
Coventry City's Ryton training ground has been given a major facelift throughout the summer.
As part of manager Tony Mowbray's club improvement plans off the pitch, the training ground has gone through a series of redevelopments.
The first-team dressing room has had a total revamp but also, the club wanted to give the training ground more identity.
The club badge has been put on the front gates and on the outside as you enter the building, and GraffitiArtist.com came down to help give the dressing room, the gym and the corridors a bit of colour.
Pictures from the 1987 FA Cup final and crowd shots from the Jimmy Hill era have also been placed in the entrance hallway.
The club would like to thank Paul Sliwowski and Bill Poynton for all their hard work as well as:-
- Rob Mallabone, Roofing
- Mick Clancy, Tiling
- Moseley Signs, Images and Branding
- And Dave and Joe from GraffiftiArtist.com
Check out the pictures from all the improvements above...