The 5000 capacity stadium, set to cost £3.5m, has been funded in part by the club’s community share scheme with planning application for the ground set to be heard by the council next month.
Frank Whittle Partnership's managing partner David Robinson said: “There has been widespread consultation during the design stages to allow local people to put their views forward before the submission of the planning application.
“The plan that has been put forward to the council will give FC United a modern facility which will also be of great benefit to the local community.
“We are looking forward to bringing our experience in stadium building project management to this exciting vision for the club as it continues to move forward on and off the pitch.”
Previously FWP has worked on £32m redevelopment of Doncaster Racecourse and the £100m stadium-led regeneration scheme developed for the Leicester Tigers rugby union side as well as currently working with Swindon Town and Oldham Athletic.
For more information on Frank Whittle Partnership visit www.fwpgroup.co.uk.