FRIDAY night football will be returning to Colwyn Bay thanks to a series of fixtures changes.

A total of six JD Cymru North games at the Four Crosses Construction Arena have been moved, which could result in a spike in attendances with those that are unavailable to attend Saturday afternoon encounters.

The first game is a crunch clash against fellow second tier title hopefuls Flint Town United on August 23, with the derby contest with Conwy Borough pushed back to November 8.

A high-profile game against Bangor City will take centre stage on November 29, and newly promoted Llangefni Town will be the fourth Friday night fixture on December 20.

March will see Corwen and Rhyl make the trip down the coast on March 6 and 20, with director of football Neil Coverley hoping this “trial” is something that will be well received by the Bay faithful.

He said: “This is something we are trialling this season as it is a constant battle to get people through the turnstiles given the amount of other sporting alternatives within the Conwy county region.

“With RGC just down the road pulling in big crowds on Saturday afternoon and with Premier League games being shown in the pubs it is something worth trying and hopefully the Colwyn Bay community can embrace the change with us.”

Craig Hogg’s men are now in the final stages of planning ahead of their highly anticipated return to the Welsh domestic system following a 35-year absence, and they have formed a heavyweight squad capable of making an instant impact.