Truro City Football Club are looking into the prospect of ground-sharing from next season and Plymouth Argyle’s Home Park is one of the venues they're considering .
The move will be a temporary measure for no more than three years, before a new home is built and ready to house the club in Cornwall.The freehold of their Treyew Road stadium was sold by the club's previous owners when they experienced financial problems.
City are looking into ways of helping fans wanting to attend games if they did move away. Playing at Home Park would involve a round trip of around one hundred miles.
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