We would like to let our members know that the next CFU meeting will take place on Thursday 19th July, commencing at 7.30pm in the Blues Bar at the Swansway Chester Stadium.
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This month’s meeting is an informal one but we are hoping to have Chester management duo Bern & Jono in attendance.
There will also be the chance to ‘Meet the Board’ for anyone considering standing for election at the forthcoming AGM, to gain an understanding of what the role entails.
Membership cards will also be available to collect on the night too, and you can also join CFU on the night too.
Further details will be released shortly for the online stream of the informal meeting.
We look forward to seeing you there!
City Fans United can confirm that the informal meeting, originally arranged for Thursday 29th March has been rescheduled for Wednesday 18th April, with a 7.30pm start.
The meeting – open to non-CFU members – will take place at St Theresa’s Social Club in Blacon, as part of continued theme of taking our meetings around the Chester and surrounding areas in a bid to help raise the profile of City Fans United further, and hopefully encourage more new members.
Further details regarding guest speakers will be confirmed in due course.
The address for St Theresa’s Social Club is 8 Blacon Avenue, Blacon, Chester CH1 5BU an there is parking at the venue.
We look forward to seeing you there.
This Saturday night sees the latest fundraiser for Chester FC take place as we go under starters orders at The Red Lion in Handbridge for Race Night!
It all gets underway at 7.30pm on Saturday with a fun filled night of 10 races to enjoy, and have a flutter on, and maybe win yourself some money in the process.
Race Nights always prove to be amongst the most enjoyable nights and it’s great to have the support of The Red Lion, who are hosting the event to support our fundraising efforts for the Blues, so we’d love as many of you to join us this Saturday night.
Sat Nav for The Red Lion is CH4 7HL.
Chester’s Former Players Association is to reunite the club’s best-ever team at a one-off event to raise money for Chester FC’s fund-raising campaign.
This year is the 40th anniversary of Chester’s highest-ever league finish – fifth in the old Division Three (now League One). So while fans often recall the promotion and League Cup semi-final of 74-75 under Ken Roberts, and promotion successes under Harry McNally, Graham Barrow, Mark Wright and Neil Young, the team that recorded Chester’s best-ever finish in the League pyramid was that squad of 1977-78, managed by Alan Oakes.
At a unique event jointly organised by the Former Players Association and the Chester FC Community Trust, the players will reunite for an evening of celebration, nostalgia, and entertainment at the Blues Bar in the Swansway Deva Stadium on Friday April 6th, at 7.30. Tickets priced £15 are on sale now from Chester FC, the price including a hot meal. Proceeds will be split between Chester FC’s fighting fund and the FPA fund.
FPA chairman Alan Tarbuck said: “This has been a difficult season for the football club and the former players of whatever era are as concerned as anyone about the financial situation. We want to add to the amazing efforts already seen from the fans and do what we can to add to the fighting fund. This will be a memorable night and a chance to meet the players who can genuinely claim to be the best team Chester have ever had.”
Players who have committed to attend so far are: Brian Lloyd, Grenville Millington, Bob Delgado, Jim Walker, Nigel Edwards, Ian Edwards, Mike Kearney, Brynley Jones, and Ken Roberts who was the club’s general manager at the time.
Trevor Storton, Stuart Mason and Paul Crossley have all sadly passed away in the intervening years.
For further information on the Chester Formers Players Association, please click here to visit their website
Tonight’s scheduled City Fans United members meeting at the Swansway Chester Stadium has been called off due to the adverse weather forecast and dangerous conditions in the car park.
The meeting has now been moved to next Thursday (8th March) – still in the Blues Bar at 7.30pm.
CFU meeting – 1st March 2018 at 7.30pm in the Blues Bar, Chester Swansway Stadium
Date of next meeting Thursday 12th April 2018 – this will be informal, venue to be confirmed
Following the success of the Grand Summer Raffle, Chester FC’s volunteer-driven Fundraising Team are on the lookout for prizes that can be donated
To donate a prize or for any further information about the Christmas Raffle or any other Fundraising ideas and information, please contact email@example.com
City Fans United is delighted to announce that a benefit concert in aid of Chester FC will take place at the Frog & Nightingale, Frodsham Street on the evening of Friday 9th July.
City Fans United are proud to present the 125 Year Anniversary of Chester Football Club Celebration, taking place at the Chester Racecourse on Saturday 12th June.
Please note – tickets now sold out for this event
Those of who witnessed the Chester Legends Night last year will know that it was one of the best social nights staged by Chester fans in decades.
Well this year, we aim to better that, by staging a special event – a celebration of 125 Years of Chester Football Club, and already on the confirmed list backing City Fans United are Blues Legends Stuart Rimmer, Graham Barrow, Milton Graham, and Paul Carden, as well as many more Chester heroes that have already confirmed for the event, and we hope many more will add their name to the growing list.