Tonight is the night, as Chester FC’s Youth side face Gateshead in the last 16 of the National League Alliance U19 Cup.
Entry here at the Swansway Chester Stadium is free, although your donations will make a big difference at the gate this evening to help our cause; whilst also backing the stars of the future.
Kick off tonight is 7pm.
The Heed will travel to face the Young Blues with a spot in the quarter-finals at stake. As new members of the National League Alliance, it is the Blues’ maiden entry to this competition having defeated Mansfield Town Brooksby and FC United of Manchester in previous rounds. The cup is a national competition for all clubs who are members of the National League Alliance with the last sixteen being the final round of the competition that is regionalised.
Programmes are available at £1.50 tonight – a very special commemorative edition has been put together by Match Sponsor Martin Huxley Graphic Design.
We are also delighted to welcome our Ball Sponsor Red Lion Pub in Handbridge. The Youth Team’s Mascot for tonight will be 11-year-old Cameron Rowley.
Cameron is an inspirational boy and a lifelong Blues fan who is battling terminal cancer. He is unbelievably strong and we hope he enjoys his experience tonight walking out the tunnel with Youth lads.
If you can’t make the game, tune into Seals Live from 6.50pm tonight for full match commentary – and it’s free! CLICK HERE
Come on you Blues!