The Club is determined to deliver an innovative new Scottish football club model rooted in community and participation – and securing high quality facilities is key.
Chief Executive Leeann Dempster said: “We are key tenants at the facility for the next year, with a view to creating a much longer-term partnership thereafter with the owners, the Scottish Police Recreation Association.
“The facilities offer us the opportunity to begin to create the quality of environment and support services to our first team and development players that will be essential to delivering long-term sustainable success.
“As well as an AstroTurf pitch, we will also have access to two full-size grass pitches, a gymnasium and we have invested in creating good quality catering facilities to begin a programme of morning and afternoon nutrition essential to creating modern, athletic, footballers.
“We are also investing in expanding the existing gym facilities at Lesser Hampden, to help us deliver best practice strength and conditioning work.”
Head Coach Laurie Ellis added: “Access to very good quality facilities is essential to develop footballers, and to attract the best young players to come to Queen’s Park. I’m delighted with what we now have, and I’m looking forward to getting to work there to ensure this season is another positive one for the Club.”