WREXHAM Supporters Trust are set to host a special general meeting over the future of the Racecourse Ground early next month.

Earlier this month, the trust confirmed they had agreed in principle to surrender the lease of the newly named SToK Cae Ras, to the club.

However, they wanted a binding covenant that Wrexham AFC could not be moved away from the ground.

The proposal made by the club had been unanimously agreed, subject to a members' vote.

Now, the WST has issued an update on the meeting, which will be held at 7pm on December 4, 2023. 

During the meeting, resolutions will be proposed to approve the lease surrender and related matters. The resolution to approve the lease surrender requires the approval of not less than 75% of votes cast.

The Special General Meeting will be held at The Centenary Club, The Racecourse, Mold Road, Wrexham, with a Zoom link also available for those who can't attend. 

The vote will open on December 5 at 9am and will remain open until December 12 at 5pm.


A WST spokesperson said: "The Trust Board is pleased to announce that negotiations with the club have progressed well with regard to the proposed surrender of the existing lease to the Racecourse Ground, to be replaced by a legally binding covenant so that the ground will only be used as the home football stadium of Wrexham AFC’s men’s first team until 30 June 2115.

"The Trust Board are supportive of the resolutions to be proposed at the AGM.

"The Board hope that members are able to attend the SGM, either in person or by Zoom and to take the opportunity to vote on this important milestone."