Truro City have had their request to return back home to Treyew Road approved by the National League.
The National League South club had been groundsharing at Torquay United since August because supermarket Lidl had delayed their plans build a store on the site.
The White Tigers have understandably had the lowest attendances in the league with just 86 turning up for their clash against Hemel Hempstead Town last month.
It is hoped that they are to move to the planned new 10,000 capacity Stadium for Cornwall.
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TRURO CITY CLUB STATEMENT: THE BOARD of The National League has given Truro City the green light to return to Treyew Road, subject to conditions.
One of the conditions is for Treyew Road to pass a ground inspection and the other we are not at liberty to say at this moment time.
We anticipate the ground inspection will take place within the next two weeks.
Coming back to Treyew Road will have consequences both on and off the pitch, the subject of which will be taken into consideration when the final decision is made whether to return.
If all are in agreement we could be playing our matches back in Cornwall from 1st December 2018.
Supporters gave their thoughts on Twitter on the news with many saying it’s a win-win for both clubs – we’ve rounded up what they’ve been saying, take a look on the next page.
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