PREVIEW | Chester vs AFC Fylde

Chester FC vs AFC Fylde Saturday 16th December, 2017, k/o 3pm Swansway Chester Stadium The Buildbase FA Trophy First Round Attention switches from the FA Cup to the FA Trophy this weekend as the Coasters make their second trip of the season to Chester. The Coasters enjoyed their best-ever run in the FA Cup prior to […]

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New date for Chester clash

The Coasters’ home National League fixture against Chester has been rearranged.  The match was originally postponed due our involvement in the FA Cup and will now be played at Mill Farm on Tuesday 9th January, 2018 (kick-off 7:45pm).

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Grand takes heart from Cup exit

Wigan hitman Will Grigg may have broken Fylde hearts with a late double at the DW Stadium earlier in the week, however one man remains defiant following the cruel FA Cup exit. Experienced centre-half Simon Grand – making his first start since mid-October – poked home a first-half equaliser on the night before Danny Rowe […]

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Kids put Foundation to the test!

It’s a Mad World Thanks to Foundation’s Partnership Work! Classrooms across the Fylde Coast are being taken over by scientists thanks to AFC Fylde Community Foundation. In partnership with Mad Science – the North West’s largest provider of fun science – the Foundation team are working with 10 local primary schools delivering an innovative new programme. […]

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Boss beaming with pride

AFC Fylde boss Dave Challinor was beaming with pride despite his side’s FA Cup exit at Wigan Athletic. The brave Coasters led their League One hosts going into the final 10 minutes of the second round replay, however Northern Ireland international Will Grigg came off the bench to nick it for the Latics. Challinor said: […]

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REPORT | Wigan 3-2 AFC Fylde

AFC Fylde suffered late heartbreak in their FA Cup second round replay against Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium. Danny Rowe put the Coasters ahead midway through the second-half after Simon Grand had cancelled out Ivan Toney’s opener, however Wigan substitute Will Grigg struck twice in the final ten minutes to set up a third […]

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