Coventry City Football Club has announced it is exploring alternative backup plans to host Tuesday night’s home game against Blackburn Rovers.
The Championship club says it is because the stadium company that owns the Coventry Building Society Arena faces going into administration.
Arena Coventry Limited currently has a period of notice of administration ending on Monday 31st October.
In a statement the club said:
Wasps Rugby Club, who also play at the Coventry Building Society Arena, have already gone into administration.
Coventry City fans are already used to playing their home matches elsewhere.
During the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons, they played their home matches at Birmingham City's St Andrew's stadium, due to a dispute with Wasps.
Today the club said: "We will continue to communicate with supporters as and when we’re able to do so regarding Tuesday’s game, and we would like take this opportunity to thank them for their patience and understanding."