A quick turnaround in the Vanarama National League sees Jim Bentley take his side to the Deva Stadium on Tuesday 28th December, looking to bounce back from their Boxing Day defeat against Chorley.
The fixture will see the Coasters make their first away trip in as many days, with a short trip to Chorley awaiting on the 2nd of January.
Last time out on the road, Fylde suffered a narrow loss to Darlington FC at Blackwell Meadows and will be hoping they can put that right at the Deva Stadium on Tuesday.
After three defeats from our last three games, the lads need your support to help get back to winning ways, and you can join us for the journey by purchasing your tickets and coach travel below.
Adults – £17
Concessions – £14
18-21 – £12
12-17 – £3
Under 12s – Free
Tickets can be bought by clicking here, and supporters can also pay on the gate using contactless payment. Tickets can also be bought using cash at the ticket office, but Chester strongly advise to purchase in advance online or on the gate.
After three defeats in a row in all competitions, the Coasters need your support to help return to winning ways. The Club is once again providing coach travel for the fixture – prices and how to book can be found below.
Adults – £25
Students – £15
Under-16s – £10
You can secure your seat on the coach by buying online here.
Departure time from Mill Farm – 12pm
Deva Stadium Address
Deva Stadium, Bumpers Lane, Chester CH1 4LT, England, UK.
Matchday parking is available for non-pass holders along with car park pass holders, blue badge holders and reserved parking.
The cost of parking for non-pass holders is £2 per car and will be cash only. Chester FC kindly request non-pass holders bring the correct money as change will not be given.
Chester FC advise that all spectators must undertake a Covid-19 self-assessment before arriving at the stadium and you MUST NOT attend if:
• You feel unwell
• You are self-isolating
• You or someone you have been in close contact with has tested positive
• You or someone you have been in close contact with has symptoms of coronavirus, including a high temperature, a new, continuous cough, sore throat, headache, or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste