WORCESTER City fans have been invited to a question and answer event by the Worcestershire FA next week (Thursday, December 21) at Claines Lane.

The WFA Chief Executive (Nicola Trigg) and Chief Operating Officer (Ollie Williams) will host the session in an attempt to address an "increased amount of inaccurate information circulating on social media."

The WFA have said: "It is a Q&A session based on questions submitted by fans to respond to any questions, concerns or issues they have relating to their use of Worcestershire FA’s County Sports Ground. The Club will also be represented at the event."

In the past, some City supporters have raised concerns about the pitch and facilities at Claines Lane, where the club's senior team plays their home games.

Former City captain, Craig Jones, described the relationship between club and WFA at times as "uncomfortable".

The football club had been away from Worcester since 2013 following the demolition of their old home at St George's Lane and have had stints at Aggborough Stadium in Kidderminster and The Victoria Ground in Bromsgrove during that time.

Having moved to Claines in 2020 as tenants, it was revealed in November that City plan to create and build their own new home at Hurst Lane on the border of the city as part of a 'Worcestershire Sports Park' plan, a joint venture between City's new majority shareholder Simon Lancaster and local property development company Marsten Developments.

For those wishing to attend the Q&A, send an email to support@worcestershirefa.com or contact the WFA via their social media accounts.