Kings Langley Football Club has announced a new ground-sharing partnership with neighbouring Berkhamsted Raiders.

The new association will see Raiders' senior team playing their home matches at the Sadiku Stadium next season, which both sides hope will provide more opportunities for youth football graduates.

Kings Langley sent out a press release announcing the news and said the alliance creates a "clear pathway" for young footballers.

It said: "The alliance will create a clear pathway that will ensure that appropriate playing opportunities are in place to enable players from both clubs to fulfill their development needs.

"One option will be with Raiders senior team as they seek to progress as up the non-league pyramid. Alternatively, there will be an opportunity to reach a more elite level with Kings Langley's first team.

"The ultimate goal will be to support and develop players to progress as far as their abilities and ambition takes them."

Meanwhile, a number of Kings Langley's first-team players have re-signed with the club ahead of the upcoming season, including Jorell Johnson, Mitchell Weiss, goalkeeper Ryan Schmid, Joshua Coldicott-Stevens, Lewis Putman, Louie Collier and Callum Adebiyi.