Fanzine launches community ticket scheme

Chester FC fanzine, The Blue & White, have teamed up with a local church to provide season tickets to help more families watch the Blues next season. The fanzine has bought six Chester FC season tickets – two adults and four children – with the profits it has made over the past year from the […]

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Subscriptions for the 2016/17 season now available – win a Michael Wilde signed football!

After a bit of delay for one of the editor’s (Neil’s) wedding, we’re very happy to announce that subscriptions for the fanzine in the 2016/17 season are now available. Issue #16 will be out from the 3rd September at the Forest Green home game, both the other issues will be out at their usual times […]

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Issue #15 of The Blue & White out tomorrow!

The latest issue of the finest fanzine currently published about Chester, The Blue & White, is out tomorrow at the Boreham Wood home game. Inside we have: Special on the 8-2 Interview with Jonathan Walters A look at Neil Young’s time at Stockport County Dreadful joking On two up, two down And much more. It’s still […]

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BLOG – Chester 3-1 Kidderminster

A solid performance from Chester against a poor-looking Kidderminster side saw the Blues run out pretty comfortable 3-1 winners. Despite Chester dominating almost all of the first half, Kidderminster struck first when a deep free-kick was put back across the area for a tap-in. Chester immediately responded with Roberts first being unlucky not to get […]

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MATCH BLOG – Chester FC 2 Halifax Town 1

Chester won two on the bounce for the first time since the start of the season after overcoming a poor Halifax side. Chester dominated the match for 60 minutes, scoring twice, before switching off and allowing Halifax back into the game. James Roberts got the first goal seizing on a mistake in the Halifax defence […]

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MATCH BLOG – Chester 2 Lincoln City 3

For the third time in a week Chester were involved in a five goal thriller, but for the second time this week they ended on the losing side. Lincoln, a big, bullying, time wasting kind of team came to the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium and looked like the better team for 60 minutes. Rhead – their […]

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BLOG – Chester 3-2 Wrexham

A superb performance from Chester saw us once again win the Derby against Wrexham. An unbelievably good free-kick from John Rooney, a cracking, quick counter-attack finished by Tom Shaw, and a pinpoint header from Kane Richards were all quality goals, which contrasted starkly with the dodgy penalty and late, scrambled goal from Wrexham. In truth […]

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BLOG – Chester 1-0 Eastleigh

A firm headed goal from Ben Heneghan brought Chester a well-deserved and overdue victory against a niggly Eastleigh side. Overall Chester were far the better side and had excellent opportunities to put the game to bed through Craig Hobson and Ross Hannah. Instead the end of the game was another nervy finish, with Jon Worsnop […]

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BLOG – Tranmere 2-0 Chester

A dreadful first half performance from Chester saw Tranmere capitalise on defensive uncertainty to run out comfortable 2-0 winners. Steve Burr switched to a 442 formation for the match, but it was a familiar awful punching attempt from Worsnop (where he took out a better positioned Ben Heneghan mid flail) that allowed Tranmere to score […]

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MATCH BLOG – Chester FC 1 Forest Green 2

Chester lost out in a fairly tight game to the richest vegan team in the world. “Fat bastard” (quote) John Parkin missed a penalty early doors after Jon Worsnop mistimed a dive at the feet of their striker who was through before he saved the resulting weak effort. Frear put the vegans ahead just before […]

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