Wrexham AFC will hold the first meeting of the Club Advisory Board (‘CAB’) at the Racecourse Ground on Friday August 19, at 19:00.
The purpose of the meeting will be to agree the terms of reference for the CAB and how members of the CAB will be elected from the start of the 2023/24 season. Those attending will have the opportunity to raise any questions they wish at this inaugural meeting.
The Club will issue a report of the meeting within ten days, for wider distribution.
Representatives on the CAB will be drawn from:
- 2 representatives from the Wrexham Football Supporters’ Society Limited
- 1 representative from the Wrexham AFC Community Trust
- 3 representatives from the Wrexham Supporters’ Federation
- 1 representative from the Wrexham Supporters’ Association
- 1 representative from the Wrexham AFC Former Players’ Association
- 1 representative from the Wrexham Disabled Supporters’ Association
The Club will contact each of the organisations, to establish who they wish to nominate to serve on the CAB for the 2022/23 season.
They will be joined by:
- 1 Club Member (Adult - non-Season Ticket holder)
- 1 Season-Ticket holder (Not a Junior)
- 1 Corporate Season-Ticket holder
Any person who qualifies in any of the three categories above, shall be eligible to sit on the CAB.
If you are interested in joining the CAB, you should email your details to email@example.com with a short statement of no more than 100 words, promoting yourself for the available position. The applications are required by midnight on Thursday August 11. In the heading, please include your name and the category of supporter, you wish to represent.
On the basis that there will be multiple applicants for the positions, the Club will shortlist 20% of the candidates from each category and ask all those that applied, to vote for the individual they feel would be the best person to serve on the CAB for the 2022/23 season.
The Club will be represented on the CAB by the CEO, Disability Liaison Officer and two representatives of the owners.
The Club hopes this positive step, is well received and those elected will work closely to refine how the CAB operates, so it best serves the interests of the supporters.