Kingstonian and Corinthian-Casuals have announced their intention of securing a ground share agreement for next season at King George’s Fields.
Subject to approval from various governing bodies, the ground share will come into effect from August 1 2018.
The K’s have been without a home this season after Chelsea purchased the lease of AFC Wimbledon’s Kingsmeadow stadium where Kingstonian had been playing since 1989.
They have since been sharing with their Bostik Premier rivals Leatherhead at Fetcham Grove.
A statement from the club’s hierarchy, read: “The Directors of Kingstonian together with the Corinthian-Casuals Executive Committee are working towards planning a thriving long-term future for both clubs.
“With this in mind, talks regarding a partnership between both clubs and the consequent development of shared facilities whilst remaining independent are in an advanced stage, as we look to ensure both Corinthian-Casuals and Kingstonian flourish in a first-class environment at King George’s Fields within the Royal Borough of Kingston-Upon-Thames.
“Both clubs are extremely grateful to everyone involved for embracing this ground share with positivity and grace as we move forward together.”