The Trust’s vision for Perdiswell is to re-purpose under used council owned land into the new home for a community-owned Worcester City FC. With the club serving the supporters and back in the city, it would provide the platform to contribute economically, environmentally, socially and culturally to Worcester.

The plan for Perdiswell involves a modest 4,000 capacity stadium and community all-weather pitch, designed in a manner that its facilities would be able to cater and serve the community by providing spaces such as function rooms and other venues. The Trust want the stadium to be a platform to build partnerships and relationships with the wider Worcester community, inside and outside of sport.

Latest Update:

28/03/2019: With the conversion to the community ownership model confirmed, the Trust released a summary report to offer a better understanding of the plan for Perdiswell and the future for Worcester City FC, click here to view it.

A timeline was also produced to illustrate the progress made and the next steps, view it here.

28/09/2018: The Perdiswell Planning Application successfully overturned the the rejection of the application granting the Trust planning permission – click here to read more.

09/05/2018: Support the appeal – The deadline is 23rd May 2018, click here for more information on how to support the appeal by submitting additional comments.

31/03/2018: We are currently waiting for the Inspectorate to appoint a planning inspector to the case.

Below are some videos we have put together about the proposed community stadium at Perdiswell:

This video was produced for Locality in 2014 regarding our Communities “Power to Change” and promotes our vision for a Multi Sports facility on Perdiswell working with local clubs and organisations.