The field was purchased by St Cleer PC and a Pavilion built with a Public Works Loan Board loan. The current Pavilion is an extended version of the original, the work being paid for mainly with funding from Sport England.
Since 2019 the Parish has been working in partnership with the football teams, under a Service Level Agreement, to improve the pitches and clarify responsibilities between the parties. This arrangement has enabled grant funding from the Football Foundation for a Splitter, new goals and vertidraining, seeding and sanding. The football stand has been recognised as the domain of the St Cleer FC who now manage, maintain and insure it and the dugouts.
It was decided to make St Cleer Sports field a Queen Elizabeth II Field in Trust in 2013. Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge, was a programme run by Fields in Trust aiming to protect outdoor recreational spaces across the UK to create a "grassroots legacy" in celebration of the 2012 Diamond Jubilee. This means that our Sports Field is Protected Land Fields in Trust supervises the property over which the Association acts as Guardian Trustee and ensures that it retains its charitable purpose. The Fields in Trust charity has a role in the protection of over 2,700 parks, playing fields and nature reserves across the United Kingdom. In total, the Fields in Trust's land portfolio represents an interest over 30,000 acres (12,000 ha).
The Land falls to three parts; an upper and lower field separated by a tree break and the area behind the Pavilion. View our Pavilion Map.