PREVIEW | Chester vs Morecambe
EFL opposition visit the Deva Stadium once again this weekend, as League One Morecambe face Chester.
This will be our third game of pre-season, with a victory and a defeat thus far. Goals from Sam Turner and Zack Clarke saw us 2-0 winners over Whitchurch Alport, before losing to League Two side Rochdale – but with plenty of positives on display for Calum McIntyre’s side seven days ago.
A couple of new faces have been added to the squad this week, and both are expected to make their debuts.
Midfielder Alex Kenyon, who spent eight years with Saturday’s opponents, joined on Monday following a successful trial period. Striker Kurt Willoughby won promotion from the National League North with York City last season – and is another exciting signing for the Blues.
Kick off on Saturday afternoon is 3pm.
Tickets are available online for this game. Chester fans can be seated in the East Stand or stand in the North Terrace, with Morecambe supporters allocated the West Stand.
Prices are as follows…
- £10 Adults
- £8 Concessions
- £5 18-21
- Free 12-17
- Free U12s
CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS ONLINE!
Card payments are available at the turnstiles, enabling fans to pay with contactless, chip and pin and Apple Pay and Google Pay.
If you wish to pay with cash, you will need to buy your ticket from the Ticket Office before the game. Cash is no longer be accepted at the turnstiles.
The quickest and easiest way to buy match tickets is via our online ticketing platform at chesterfc.ktckts.com.
Online sales will now be available until kick off and you simply need to present your printed ticket or mobile phone to be scanned at the turnstile.
Blues Bar: The Chester FC Blues Bar will be open before the game for a drink. Unfortunately the Blues Bar will be closed post match due to a private function.
Kiosks: We are delighted to confirm that we have new kiosk operators for the 2022/23 season. Both East Stand kiosks will be open, with one in the Harry McNally Terrace and one in the West Stand for Morecambe supporters.
As our new operators have only recently taken over, the kiosks will initially offer a limited range – but this will include Sue Coward’s famous pies! Card payments may not yet be available, so we ask supporters to be understanding and to have cash ready.
Parking: Stadium parking for the 2022/23 campaign will be £3 per vehicle, which will apply during pre-season.
Programme: We will be selling Issue #01 of The Cestrian Programme for £2 at the ground. This edition will cover all three of our home friendlies.
MATCH DETAILS AND COVERAGE
The game is a 3pm kick-off at the Deva Stadium (CH1 4LT).
We will have team news and match updates on our Twitter page from the game: CLICK HERE
Unfortunately, no Seals Live commentary will air this weekend. We apologise for any inconvenience.