This paper proposes a three-layers stack metasurface first, and then employed it to a compact double-band wireless power transfer (WPT) system. For the proposed dual-band WPT system, the metasurface exhibits the wide-band characteristic of the negative-near-zero permeability from 222 MHz to 889 MHz, where the transmission efficiency improves significantly at longer WPT distance at the lower band. Only a unit cell is stacked in three layers so that the size of the proposed metasurface has significantly reduced compared to a conventional metasurface where several unit cells are arranged in 1-D topology. The size of the proposed WPT system and the metasurface is 15 x15 mm and 20 x20 mm, respectively. Also, capacitors with the value of 0.1pF are etched on the gaps of the metasurface. The measured efficiencies' improvement ratios are 1.13 at 390 MHz in the air, where the WPT distance is significantly improved from 19 mm to 23 mm.