BANGOR City’s Supporters Association will discuss a proposal to start their own football club at a special meeting next month.

The Extraordinary General Meeting will take place at Penrhyn Hall on Wednesday, April 10 where the possibility of a new club to call their own will be discussed and voted upon.

Two more options have also been put forward, with the Association “continuing as an independent body” supporting the Citizens and the possible formation of a Community Benefit Society.

The move comes after an open letter to chairman Stephen Vaughan Jnr and the club fell on deaf ears, with the recent upheaval seeing the club fall from JD Welsh Premier League title contenders to a second tier outfit with huge debts.

Tensions have been rising between Vaughan Sports Management and the club’s fanbase over the last year, with their involvement coming under considerable scrutiny after the lights at their Nantporth base were switched off due to an unpaid £16,000 bill.

A host of senior squad members decided to depart following the news that all-but ended their Huws Gray Aliance title hopes.

The meeting is open to members of the Supporters Association only and is set to start at 6.30pm.

A representative from Supporters Direct will also be on hand at the meeting to outline the challenges facing the association if they are to start their own club going forward.

If you are not a member of the Bangor City Supporters Association, but would like to attend the meeting, you must email your interest to by Friday, April 5 to receive a membership pack that will allow you to attend.

Any applications made after this date will not be accepted until after the meeting.

The Citizens’ return to action on Friday at Prestatyn Town (7.30pm) after their weekend game at Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochant was postponed due to a waterlogged surface.