SUNDAY soccer players have seen red over new changing rooms at Huddersfield's Leeds Road Playing Fields.
The sports complex - incorporating communal changing facilities and an indoor pitch - replaced a dilapidated building.
But amateur players who used the locker rooms for the first time at the weekend found them cramped and inadequate.
They are demanding that the teething troubles be sorted out.
John Field, secretary and team member of Hepworth United, wrote a letter of complaint to the Kirklees Sunday League.
League secretary Geoff Hyde is raising the issue with the regional Football Association.
On Sunday, Hepworth played Dalton Grange.
"Dalton Grange pay a great deal of money to Kirklees for the use of a pitch and facilities which, from the outside, look fantastic, but in reality are inadequate," said Mr Field.
"I find it ridiculous that three teams had to share the same changing facilities," he added.
His team found the lockers were too small for their belongings and they had to take valuables and clothes on to the outdoor pitch.
Mr Hyde commented of the changing rooms: "It's not the standard, it's not the quality. Everything's pristine. There just aren't enough of them."
The complex is shared by Huddersfield Town's Academy squad and the public.
Mr Hyde said amateur players had to fit around the changing room demands of the young Town squads.
"I'm a Town fan, but the public are almost second- class citizens."
Geoff Hirst, Kirklees leisure and recreation manager, said: "The new £1.5m facility that is replacing the old pavilion is built to modern designs. It can accommodate 250 users anticipated at any one time.
"The traditional small home and away dressing rooms have been replaced with larger ones of a village type that can accommodate up to 60 players."
He said the locker provision could be reviewed.
There are also security lockers in the main foyer.
"On this Sunday the three away teams, comprising 40 players, were allocated a room for their 11am kick-off," said Mr Hirst.
"Due to the next session being at 1pm, other changing rooms were required before the 11am session had been completed."
He added that none of the rooms had been allocated solely for use by Town's Academy.
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