Jon Gold has become the new chairman of Nantwich Town replacing Clive Jackson who becomes vice chairman.
The reshuffle was made at The Evo Stik side with Jackson having been based in Dubai with work commitments of the last 18 months.
"It is important that Nantwich Town Football Club continues to progress," Jackson said, "and for that to happen, the club needs a chairman who is based in the UK."
Departing Jackson has overseen the club’s £4m move to the Weaver Stadium as well as the club’s rise to the Evo Stik Premier League, its highest ever position in the football pyramid.
New chairman Jon Gold, on the board as commercial & marketing director, is keen for the club to continue its progression.
"I am committed to Nantwich Town FC and helping to take the club forward," said Gold.
"The progress the club has made under Clive’s leadership has been nothing short of phenomenal and I’m sure with his continued involvement, the club will continue to prosper. Everyone involved with the club owes Clive a huge debt of thanks."
Jackson has also left his role as director of football with Town yet to reveal a successor.