TICKETS are now on sale for the eagerly-anticipated derby with Wrexham. The high-noon showdown at the Racecourse on Sunday week has been made all-ticket so City supporters will not be allowed to pay on the day.
Tickets – costing £17 for adults, £12 for concessions and £5 for under 16s – will be on sale after Saturday’s home clash with Stevenage Borough and at the Deva Stadium ticket office next week between 10am-4pm Monday to Thursday and 10-noon on the Friday.
Fans wishing to travel on one of Chester’s official supporters coaches can only book their place after the Stevenage match. This is a decision that has been taken on police advice and there will be a police presence on each coach. Richard Prince and Barrie Hipkiss, of the official supporters club, will take bookings after Saturday’s game.
A place on one of the coaches costs £8, with a 10.15am departure time from the Deva.
Chester’s FA Youth Cup campaign continues at Marine on Wednesday (7.30pm). The young Blues booked their place in the first qualifying round with a 1-0 victory at Nantwich Town last Thursday.
Gethin Maxwell got the only goal of the game and he was on target again in Saturday’s 4-1 Youth Alliance North West Conference defeat at Port Vale.
City’s postponed trip to Grays Athletic has been rearranged for Saturday, November 7 (3pm).