After five years at Abbey Park ground, Sporting Khalsa announced in May 2010 that they would be purchasing the five acre freehold grounds of Willenhall Town FC from the Receivers. After extensive work on the pitch and social facilities with the total outlay of over half million pounds the stadium was finished on the eve of the 2010/11 season. In its first season at their new Aspray Arena home the club gained promotion to the Premier Division of the West Midlands Regional League.
The club currently holds the prestigious FA Community Club Charter Standard status.
The club aims to help tackle social exclusion, and provide football opportunities for all members of the community. Sporting Khalsa aims to use “the power of sport” to contribute to the tackling of social exclusion. Sport belongs to, and should be enjoyed by, everyone equally. Our commitment is to eliminate discrimination whether by reason of gender, sexual orientation, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or ability and to encourage equal opportunities and to enable and provide access to a range of sports for all members of the community, regardless of age, gender, ability, race
or religion. The main current activity the club participates in is football but, it also runs varies other sports club like badminton, tennis, ski, bhangra and keep fit clubs.
More recently Sporting Khalsa showcased their medium to long term plans for Aspray Arena and the community. A meeting of invited guests which included West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner Bob Jones, Chief Inspector Sue Parker, Asst Chief Constable Marcus Beale, Stuart Laight MD of Aspray 24, Brian Adshead Chief Executive of Staffordshire FA, George Berry from the Professional Footballers Association, councillers, local business leaders and club members.
Read Sporting Khalsa Vision below in full
Selection of photos showing the changes made, inc, The new hospitality area for team officials & match officials will be used from season 2014/15 & New signs,