Bristol Rovers are holding a press conference at the Memorial Stadium at today (19th February) where they say a "significant announcement will be made" about the future of the club.
It comes amid speculation about foreign investment in the club from an influential Jordanian family.
If true, it could bring Rovers' hopes of anew stadium at Frenchay closer to reality.
Rovers have always been quietly confident over new UWE Stadium despite Sainsbury's debacle. News of this new investment shows why.
Easy to see why Rovers are attractive proposition despite League Two status. Permission for new stadium, good fanbase, rich history.
A judge made a "fundamental error" when she refused to hold Sainsbury's to the £30million purchase of Bristol Rovers' Memorial Stadium.Read the full story ›
Bristol Rovers begin a High Court appeal today against a decision to allow Sainsbury's to pull out of a deal to buy the Memorial Stadium.Read the full story ›
The Chairman of Bristol Rovers tells ITV News the club could start building a new stadium this summer despite a dispute with Sainsbury's.Read the full story ›
Fans of Bristol City and Bristol Rovers have been given the chance to re-live two derby matches from the 1970s thanks to a new colour DVD.Read the full story ›
Rovers have this morning completed the signing of Millwall striker Paris Cowan-Hall in a one month loan deal.Read the full story ›
After dramatic wins at the weekend Forest Green Rovers and Yeovil Town - the West's only remaining FA Cup sides.Read the full story ›
After a 17 year wait, Barry Hayles will return to the Memorial Stadium this weekend in the FA Cup when Bristol Rovers take on CheshamRead the full story ›
It was a good night for our region as, two of our teams scored away victories.
Cheltenham Town have moved to the top of the National League with a 1-0 win away at Grimsby. Aaron Downes scored the only goal of the match.
In League Two, Bristol Rovers came from behind at Cambridge to win 2-1, Ellis Harrison and Matty Taylor with Rovers' goals.