Statement: Loughborough Dynamo

Loughborough Dynamo have issued a statement following their final game of the season.

The league is very sorry to hear of Loughborough's decision to resign from the NPL and the National League System.

A club statement issued this evening says: "To all loyal Loughborough Dynamo Football Club volunteers, supporters, management, and players.

"As you are all aware, LDFC has stood shoulder to shoulder with the top teams for the majority of the season and will finish in the highest position in the clubs history. LDFC has a unique and proud history within non-league football and is well respected for its integrity both on and off the pitch.

"Taking all factors into consideration, this season has identified the strain that possible promotion could place on this club. With this in mind, and the clubs current stresses at step four, LDFC has decided to take a step back to grassroots football and set up a community interest club.

"This approach has been carefully devised with a local benefactor and local council, who seek to enhance the infrastructure at Nanpantan Sports Ground, with the goal of fostering a thriving community capable of forging a sustainable future for LDFC.

"LDFC would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has been on this brilliant journey so far and we look forward to a bright and exciting future for the club."

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