Northampton Town are spending a week at a top class training facility in Scotland as part of a pre-season training camp in the build up to the new season.
The Cobblers will be north of the border for week commencing Monday July 4th and will be based at the University of St Andrews.
The University, famous for offering some of the best sports facilities in Scotland, has six football pitches along with a strength and conditioning suite and gym and fitness suites and video analysis and meeting rooms.
Jon Brady's side will have two practice games during the stay, the first will be at the training ground against Celtic under 23s on Wednesday July 6th. While this game is officially behind closed doors, Cobblers supporters in the area will be able to watch the game as invited guests via prior arrangement with the club.
The Cobblers will also play a second training game on Friday July 8th – again Cobblers supporters in the area will be able to watch the game as invited guests via prior arrangement with the club - before returning home at the end of the week ahead of meeting West Bromwich Albion at Sixfields on Wednesday July 13th.