The Coasters will travel to Victory Park on the 2nd of January to face Chorley FC for the second time in the space of a week, looking to kick the new year off in style.
Boxing Day saw Sunday’s hosts take all three points at Mill Farm, but with that in mind and Ben Tollitt’s late strike away at Chester to earn a last-minute point, Jim Bentley’s men will now be looking to kick on in the National League North.
Sunday’s local derby is set to be an exciting clash between the two sides once again after the Boxing Day meeting served up a treat in front of over 2500 supporters.
Your support for Jim and the boys at the Deva Stadium was superb and ultimately pushed us on right until the end, and we need you once again for the short trip to Chorley.
Adults – £15
Concessions – £12
Young Adult (18-21) – £7
Youth (12-17) – £5
Under 12s – Free
Proof of age could be required at Victory Park
Tickets can are available to purchase online by clicking here. Supporters can pay on the gate, but Chorley advise that tickets are bought in advance to avoid long queues on the day.
The Club is once again providing coach travel for the journey to Chorley and this can be booked online here or in person at the Club Shop.
Chorley Travel – £10
Departure time from Mill Farm – 1pm
Victory Park Address
Duke St, Chorley PR7 3DU
There is limited parking at Victory Park, which is reserved for players and officials. The most convenient place to park is just off Pilling Lane, with spaces costing £3 on a first-come-first-served-basis.
Car parks in the town centre are generally FREE after 1pm on Saturdays, and street parking is available too, but please respect residents and don’t block or cause obstruction to driveways.
For those of you using public transport, Chorley train and bus stations are an easy ten minute walk away.