Video footage has emerged of what Aylesbury United’s abandoned and derelict stadium has now succumbed to.

Buckingham Road, which was the former home of the Ducks until 2006, was recently visited by renowned Non League journalist and radio presenter, Ollie Bayliss.

Bayliss, who is from the area, uploaded the video onto social media which shows the ground containing broken seats, graffiti-sprayed walls, and debris scattered along the concourses.

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Overgrown shrubbery can also be seen in the footage, along with numerous damaged walls and fence panels.

Following the club’s lease expiration in 2006, Aylesbury United have ground shared in Chesham, Leighton Buzzard, Thame, and back to Chesham.

The stadium was purchased by GPS Estates Limited, a private company based in Bedfordshire, and in October 2020, property developers D L P Planning Ltd stated their intention to demolish the once frequently visited ground to transform it into a ‘residential neighbourhood’.

However, hundreds of objections were made by members of the public and council officials, after concerns over the potential ‘riverside greenspace’ feature were raised.

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This was due to the stadium's floodplain location, as it's only a short distance away from the village of Watermead.

But as of January 2022, there are currently no immediate plans to destroy the Buckingham Road venue.

The ongoing stadium saga has caused numerous issues for the club, but in August 2022, plans to bring the Ducks back to the town were made, after a stadium proposal was put forward by Aylesbury Town Council to the Ernest Cook Trust and HS2.

If successful, a new venue could be built within the next few years and it will boast not only a football stadium, but also an indoor sports hall, and education centre.

The project has been supported by one of the town’s most recognizable sportspeople, Emmerson Boyce.

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Boyce, who is from Aylesbury and played in the Premier League for Crystal Palace and Wigan Athletic respectively, said: “We  are all aware of the power of sport and how much it can make an immense difference and positive impact on the community.

"Being a Trustee of Wigan Community Trust and running my own foundation, I know first-hand that a new sporting facility could see a safe and friendly environment for young sportspeople to learn, develop and master their own skills.”

Aylesbury United currently play in the Division One Central of the Southern League.