Conversion of the club shop to a kitchen means that Maidenhead United FC will now be able to serve more hot food on match days.
The month-long work was carried out for free by McFarlane Telfer (McFT).
The Maidenhead-based business provides commercial catering and refrigeration equipment and maintenance.
Mark Stewart, operations director of Maidenhead United, said: “It’s great for the club.
“We’ve only been able to serve food in the bar before so now we’ve got this we’ll be able to serve more.
“They did it for free, which is great for a small club.
“Jason Stewart will be looking after the catering side of things.”
The kitchen opened for its first match on Saturday, which saw Maidenhead United lose to Wycombe Wanderers.
Mark Brooker, sales and marketing director for McFT, said: “It was a great opportunity for us to work with Maidenhead United. We see it as a long-term partnership.”
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