Worcester City FC will have their application to have a new ground build on Perdiswell heard on Thursday.
The proposal has been drawn up by the Midland Football League Premier club and the WCFC Supporters Trust, with the application being heard at The Guildhall in Worcester.
A statement on the club’s website said.
“The Trust Planning Team has worked tirelessly to get the application to this stage since starting out in 2012, drawing from a vast array of knowledge and expertise amongst their membership along the way.
We are confident that the application will be successful which will enable us to move forward with our aim to bring Worcester City FC home.
We would also like to thank our colleagues at Supporters Direct and Locality for their expertise and continued support.”
The new ground would have a 4,400 capacity, the scheme was first drawn up as far back as April 2014.
Worcester have not played in the city since 2013.
Good Luck on Thursday! #bringcityhome
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