Wrexham badge is set for a makeover.
Previously, the Dragons' badge used to sport the date 1873, when it was originally thought the club was formed.
But new research has suggested Wrexham FC could have formed earlier than that.
Tomorrow the Wrexham Supporters Trust will hold their Annual General Meeting where it will be put to the vote whether to accept a new date of origin for Wrexham FC of 1864.
If so the badge, sported by the team, will be changed.
In February this year, further research unearthed evidence which showed the club was referenced in February 1866 in an old newspaper - the Wrexham Advertiser.
Wrexham FC already has the accolade of playing at the world's oldest international stadium, and this would be a fitting accompaniment.
Tomorrow's WST resolution to be voted on says: "From the evidence presented to the Wrexham Supporters Trust Board in regard to the much debated formation of Wrexham Football Club, the Trust Board propose that the year of formation for Wrexham Football Club should read as 1864, and the year on the official club badge be changed accordingly."
Chairman of the WST, which now owns Wrexham FC, Pete Jones, said: "It will be put to the members if they wish to adopt the new date for the badge, following the research that has been done."
The official history of Wrexham FC says it was formed by members of the Wrexham Cricket Club, who wanted a sporting activity for winter and that's what the traditional badge date said.
The 1864 date would make Wrexham FC the third oldest club in Britain behind only Notts County, 1862, and Stoke City, 1863.
Jones said a fan had been researching his family history, during which he had come across evidence of Wrexham FC being in existence in the mid-1860s.
The evidence was discovered after the British Newspaper Archives web site put the now defunct 'Wrexham Advertiser' available to view on-line.
The search brought a number of articles to light that showed the club was formed earlier than 1873 and research into Wrexham's history has continued since then to establish the older date.
WST chairman Pete Jones