Bangor City will fulfil this weekend’s ‘Home’ Cymru Alliance League game against Gresford at Conwy Borough’s ground, as their stadium at Nantporth in Bangor is still without electric and water.
Both the electric and water supplies were cut off on Monday because the club haven’t paid bills totalling £16,000 and £9,000 respectively.
All other activities at the stadium have been suspended, including use of the club house and 3G pitch, the club have also confirmed they owe £80,000 to creditors.
A number of first team players have left the club this week, signing for teams in the Welsh Premier League, as the club look to reduce their wage bill.
The club confirmed the venue change this evening, Tweeting: “Saturday’s home fixture v Gresford will be played at Conwy Borough FC. While we wait for the electricity and water to be turned on …. Conwy have kindly offered us the use of Y Morfa.”
The kick-off is at 2.30pm, usual admission prices (£6 adult, £4 concessions, £2 children) and Bangor City season tickets are valid for the game.