Bedfont Sports are ready for take off after landing a £35,000 grant from the British Airports Authority.
The cash, which has come from BAA's Community Trust, will fund new floodlights and changing rooms at the Hatton Road club.
It will also help them convert an overgrown former bowls green into an artificial pitch.
The club is certainly no stranger to BAA. It is just a stone's throw from their biggest airport, Heathrow.
For chairman Dave Reader, it's another step towards building his club up from nothing to hopefully one day being on a par with neighbours (literally - they're separated by a fence) Bedfont FC.
Six years ago, he brought Sunday side Bedfont Sunday (formed 1961) and junior section Bedfont Eagles (formed 1976) together under one roof and added a senior side, Bedfont Sports.
Reader said: "The other teams had been told by Hounslow Council they would have to play in Cranford as there were no pitches in Bedfont.
"Where we have the club now, they said was beyond repair. I like to think I've proved them wrong and now have the best park pitch around.
"We are grateful to BAA for their support, which will help us grow and provide facilities for both adults and youngsters in the area."
Spor ts currently head the Middlesex County League Premier after two wins and two draws from their first four games.
Brothers Ricky and Tommy Owen shone as they beat Park View 4-1 on Saturday, with Ricky scoring one and Tommy forcing a Park player into an own-goal.
Alan Barlow bagged a brace to complete the scoring, while Kennrick Harriet claimed three assists and new boy Aziz Dairo impressed as a late sub.
If they keep it up and finish in the top two, Sports could claim a Combined Counties League place. Their ground last year got the green light for promotion, but a transitional season saw Sports finish sixth.
However, with the likes of Harriet, Mark Smith, Gary Phillips, Mark Clark, Simon Karrie, Neville Barrett and Mark Scotchford having experience of playing at higher levels, this could be their year.
Meanwhile, the club cemented their new friendship with BAA when Bedfont Sunday took on British Airways Sunday at the weekend.
They played for the Middlesex Challenge Cup, which pitches the winners of the Middlesex County Cup (Bedfont Sunday) against the winners of the Middlesex Intermediate Cup (British Airways Sunday).
And goals from Smith, Scotchford, Paul Cooney, Harry Driver and Tosie Fasinro gave Bedfont a 5-1 win and the trophy.
* BEDFONT SUNDAY secretary Terry Reader has been voted both Middlesex County and South of England secretary-ofthe-year by the FA.
He and four others will now battle it out for the National title, with the winner being announced before the end of the year.
Reader has held the role for 10 years.