Colwyn Bay of the Evo-Stik League West Division are to consider joining the Welsh football pyramid.
A statement by the club reads as follows:
“The club have tonight reluctantly decided to explore a possible return to Welsh football on financial grounds.
“The chairman and manager agreed their hearts want to stay in England, but their heads say return to local Welsh football and rebuild.
“The club needs £100,000 a year more revenue to stay competitive in the English system and with lack support from the town in terms people coming to games and business investment, that is looking impossible.
“To try and stay competitive in England was no longer viable and would mean the club going out of business altogether inside two years.”