Marske United have asked Chester FC supporters to note the following information, which will hopefully enable everyone attending this weekend’s FA Cup Third Round Qualifying tie to enjoy the game safely.
Car parking within the main Marske United car park will be strictly limited to players, management, club officials, match officials and those requiring disabled parking only.
There will be overflow car parking in the old tennis courts, which are available to anyone. In addition, there is free parking in the village in the car park opposite the doctor’s surgery and at the Co-op.
There will also be parking available within Errington School, at a cost of £3 per car. Money raised will go towards school funds.
Please see the below map which includes the above parking locations.
Please note that there is good possibility that parking attendants may be patrolling the area around the ground. Therefore, it is strongly advisable to park responsibly and legally.
Coaches can allow supporters to alight near to Errington School / Southfield Road. The coaches will then be directed to park at H. Jarvis (see map), which is about half a mile away.
While the game is NOT all-ticket, we strongly advise supporters to purchase in advance via the following online link:
Entry into the ground for those with advance tickets will be via the yellow gate, where your ticket (either on your phone or printed) will be scanned.
For those paying on the day, there will be two turnstiles in operation – one taking cash only and one accepting cash and card. Stewards will be present to direct supporters to the correct turnstile.
Entry prices are £10 for adults, £5 for OAPs (age 65+), 16–18-year-olds and students (on production of a valid NUS card) and £3 for under 16s.
Turnstiles will be open from 1.30pm.
Within the Ground
As well as the normal can bar (accepting cash or card) and Neil’s Kabin (accepting cash or card), there will also be a marquee at the Southfield Road end of the ground (to the left as you enter the ground), which will contain a further can bar and a stall selling hot and cold food and cold drinks. These facilities will be cash only.
The clubhouse will be open from 1pm – 6pm, serving draught Carling and Caffreys as well as an excellent selection of bottled lagers plus cans of cider and Guinness.
Marske railway station is approximately 250 yards from Mount Pleasant. There are trains every half hour from Darlington to Marske.