Following a club statement which alluded to all usage of the Vaughan Sports Management Stadium being suspended, Bangor City Football Club have moved to assure supporters football will continue at the Nantporth ground.
There was confusion amongst fans as Thursday night’s statement suggested the stadium was unavailable to the first team, who currently sit third in the JD Welsh Premier League and are contenders for Europa League qualification.
Today, the club have confirmed all pre booked activities including first team games will continue at the ground which became City’s home after their move from Farrar Road in 2011.
The statement, made on the club’s official website, said:
“The Football Club is open for usage for Bangor City FC and Bangor City FC Academy, along with other pre-booked events on the main pitch and the function room. However, all other activities are currently suspended until an agreement with Nantporth CIC and Bangor Community Sports is reached. There are reason behind this decision that at this moment in time will not be shared as discussions are ongoing to resolve the situation in the best interests of the football club.
“With regards to the change at boardroom level, an announcement will be made in due course as it is important we appoint the correct individuals to move the club forward at pace.
“We currently sit in third place in the JD Welsh Premier League and have a big cup game coming up next week. Lots of hard work is still to be done on and off the field. We appreciate the support of our loyal supporters and apologise for any confusion yesterday’s events may have led to. We will endeavour to keep the Club moving in the right direction in all areas.”