The Swansway Chester Stadium, home of Chester FC

Chester FC

Chester FC is a supporter-owned football club based in Chester. The club was founded in 2010 after Chester City FC was wound up in the High Court. The club, which plays its home games at the Swansway Chester Stadium, began its inaugural season in the Northern Premier League First Division North following a successful appeal to the FA against its initial placement in the North West Counties League. Since forming, Chester FC has been successive league champions of the Northern Premier League First Division North (2010–11), Northern Premier League Premier Division (2011–12) and the Conference North (2012–13). The club currently play in the Vanarama Conference, one league below the Football League.

Chester FC boss Steve Burr has signed an extended contract with the club

'Delighted' Steve Burr extends Chester FC contract

Deal for Blues boss will run until at least the end of 2016-17 season

Steve Burr hopeful relationship between Chester FC and Juventus can blossom

Steve Burr and Jon McCarthy during their trip to Italian giants Juventus
Blues boss says trip to Turin has been extremely beneficial and thankful to Serie A club for the opportunity

Michael Kay insists Chester FC still have plenty to play for

Blues defender Michael Kay wants the club to cement a top half finish
Consett-born centre back doesn't want 'season to fizzle out' with six games to go

Ryan Higgins says 'unacceptable' Chester FC performances must stop

Ryan Higgins says the Blues must improve
Blues defender says manager Steve Burr will be well within his rights to move players on if performances don't improve
Blues defender Michael Kay wants the club to cement a top half finish

Michael Kay insists Chester FC still have plenty to play for

Consett-born centre back doesn't want 'season to fizzle out' with six games to go

Friends and family rally round for popular Chester man Danny Jones battling brain tumour

The 31-year-old has two children

IN PICTURES: Images from Chester FC's game with 1980-81 Division Three champions Rotherham United

Grenville Millington collects a cross under pressure during the 1-0 defeat to Rotherham United in March 1981
Turn back the clock with archive photographs as the Millers win 1-0 at Sealand Road on March 21, 1981
Chester FC boss Steve Burr has signed an extended contract with the club

'Delighted' Steve Burr extends Chester FC contract

Deal for Blues boss will run until at least the end of 2016-17 season

Steve Burr hopeful relationship between Chester FC and Juventus can blossom

Steve Burr and Jon McCarthy during their trip to Italian giants Juventus
Blues boss says trip to Turin has been extremely beneficial and thankful to Serie A club for the opportunity

Ryan Higgins says 'unacceptable' Chester FC performances must stop

Ryan Higgins says the Blues must improve
Blues defender says manager Steve Burr will be well within his rights to move players on if performances don't improve

Match Reports

Neil Young

Neil Young Column: No point feeling sorry for myself

Chester FC boss in his own words - he says there is no point in feeling down, it's time to turn things around

Chronicle pictures supporting Chester FC this season

Ian Cooper with Chronicle photographs that have been made into a 10ft banner by Chester fan Sean O'Reilly
Images have been put on two huge 10ft flags

Chester FC confirm a tasty looking new signing

The pies and food at a ground are normally high on any supporters priorities
Blues announce Dougherty and Allen as the new caters at the ground
Swansway Chester Stadium, home of Chester FC

Chester FC: Tony Durkin and Steve Harvey stand down from ops board

Club directors Brian Burns and John Martin have been appointed to operations board

Chairman with a true blue passion

Grenville Millington, who made 345 appearances for the club, is the new Chester FC chairman
Chester FC: Blues legend Grenville Millington 'proud and honoured' to be new chairman

Blues legend named as new chairman

Chester FC legend Grenville Millington
Chester FC: Grenville Millington, who made more than 300 appearances for the club, takes over from Tony Durkin

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