PAVILIONS have held talks with Run-corn FC Halton about creating an on-site stadium, which the Linnets would then hire.
Stadium-improvement grants may be available, although not enough to build a stadium, and the Cheshire FA would reportedly welcome back Runcorn into the fold.
When the club left Canal Street for Halton Stadium, it transferred to Liverpool County FA.
Runcorn have confirmed they will play at Prescot next season, which is also in the Liverpool FA area.
Pavilions held discussions with chairman Dr Dave Robertson and representatives of Runcorn FC Halton.
The possibility was mooted about transferring the proposed all-weather pitch to the enclosed pitch originally used by General Chemicals and developing a stadium around it. The aim would be to build something to UniBond League standard with improvements to Conference standards as required by 2007.
Pavilions company secretary Roy Roberts said: 'Yes, it's feasible. We are all football people here. Anything we can do to help, bearing in mind we are only a small company, we will do.'
Dr Robertson said: '(Club secretary) Alan Jones and I went to talk to Pavilions before the end of the season to throw some ideas around and we are going to follow it up.
'If we are going to be long term at Pavilions, we have to work with Pavilions in such a way that whatever can be created provides opportunities for other people to play as well.' nRuncorn FC Halton have lost top scorer Nicky Young and young playerof-the-year Lee Parle to Marine.
Skipper John Robertson has retired to spend more time with his family.
There is also fresh speculation over manager Steve Soley, who is reportedly considering his future. Neither Soley nor Dr Robertson have been available for comment.