Gloucester City could play their home games at Bath City’s Twerton Park if their Meadow Park home is not ready for the start of next season.

Construction on their new 3,208-capacity ground has been taking place this year, with the club set to have a 3G pitch. It has been some 13 years since the club played in their home city, with their old ground on the Meadow Park site ruined by that year’s floods.

In an update from co-chairman Alex Petherham, he said: “With the season still on pause and we’ve no idea what or even when anything will happen on that front, we’re very much in uncharted waters. We don’t know when we’ll be back to full speed ahead at MP and we don’t know if we’ll have to revert to our plan B.

“We have spoken to Bath City as an option if we’re delayed, but as we don’t even know when this season will end and how long we’ll be in ‘lockdown’, looking forward to next season would just be guessing.”

 

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