This year is set to be a new era at Slough Town after the club announced that they have accepted an offer to sell the majority shareholding of the club.

A23 Football Group Ltd, who own businesses in the football and education sectors, are awaiting approval from the Football Association and the National League before the takeover can be officially confirmed.

A statement from the club confirmed that ‘current directors Mike Lightfoot and Kay Lathey will remain working within the day to day operations, retain a minority share in the club and then join a newly formed board.’

The statement said: "The group of professionals have a very exciting plan in bringing the club together as part of a structure to develop both on and off the pitch. In addition to this, they are fully committed in helping the club maintain National League South status for the 2023/24 season."

Taking to social media to share his delight, first team manager Scott Davies said it was “great news for all involved.”