A ‘Compulsory strike-off’ action against Bangor City Football Club, issued by Companies House, has been discontinued
The Government agency had written to the club to give them notice that the business would be struck off the Registrar of Companies and dissolved within two months if they failed to provide a confirmation statement, an annual overview of information about directors and shareholders.
On the 12th September Companies House issued the following statement: “Cause has been shown why the company (Bangor City) should not be struck of the register and accordingly the Registrar is taking no further action under section 1000 of the Companies Act 2006.”
Under Section 1000 of the Companies Act 2006 the Registrar of Companies may remove a company from the Companies Register if he or she has reasonable grounds to believe that no business is being carried on.
Bangor were relegated from the Welsh Premier at the end of the 2017/18 season after failing the License criteria for financial reasons and now play in the ‘Cymru Alliance’ the second tier of Welsh football.