CONCORD Rangers chairman Ant Smith believes the Beach Boys are progressing on and off the pitch after becoming the first non-league club to release a free app.

The National League South side’s official app was released yesterday.

And Smith is excited about what the future will bring.

The Concord chairman said: “I’m extremely excited that we will be one of only a couple of non-league clubs to offer an official app.

“It’s another example of how the club is progressing as a whole this season, on and off the pitch.”

The app allows fans the opportunity to order tickets, buy items from the club shop, learn about the players and watch highlights and interviews from their phone.

Concord are also the first non-league club to have a radio station running 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with it being named AbsoluteConcord.

Links to the club’s charity partner The Indee Rose Trust and a page helping those with mental health issues can also be found on the app.

Head of media Alfie Gates said: “In my opinion, this is a game-changer for us and some of the content soon to come is unreal.”