WORCESTER City have moved their Isuzu FA Vase semi-final first-leg with Great Wakering Rovers to Sixways Stadium.

The Football Association (FA) have given the club permission to rearrange the already postponed fixture from Claines Lane to the 11,000-seater stadium on Saturday, April 6.

The first-leg was due to take place on Saturday, March 30 but was cancelled due to a waterlogged pitch and with the weather looking equally as wet this week, the FA have agreed that the fixture needs to be moved to proceed.

A statement on City's website read: "Following the postponement of the FA Vase Semi Final, 1st Leg at Claines Lane on Saturday 30th March, we can confirm that the re-arranged fixture will now take place on Saturday 6th April 2024 at Sixways Stadium, 3pm kick off.

"With more rain forecast this week on top of an already heavily saturated pitch, The FA have granted permission for the fixture to be moved to Sixways to ensure the first leg is completed on the 6th."

The game was a 1400 sell-out but the club have also stated that they hope to push that number up given it is now being played at Sixways.

"Tickets already sold remain valid and we will discuss with Sixways over the next 24 hours the potential of selling more tickets for the fixture.

"Car parking tickets will go on sale in the next 24 hours also."

City will now play twice in four days at the old home of the Worcester Warriors. They are playing their Hellenic League Premier clash with Roman Glass St George at Sixways on Wednesday night. when they hope to take another step closer to sealing the title.