The goalscoring feat achieved by the 'famous five' of Gary Talbot, Jimmy Humes, Elfed Morris, Hughie Ryden and Micky Metcalf during the 1964-65 season is one that has gone down in Chester FC folklore.
Each of the five-pronged attack during that Division Four season netted more than 20 goals in all competitions. An unbelievable feat, the likes of which are unlikely to be seen again.
But after they had called time on their illustrious Blues careers they joined forces one last time, six years later, in a bid to help raise money for good causes in and around Chester.
On Sunday, October 10, 1971, hundreds of fans turned out at Filkins Lane, Boughton Hall, to watch a Chester FC side from that memorable 1964-65 season take on a team of ex-professionals that was set to include the likes of Manchester United goalkeeper Harry Gregg, Manchester City's Malcolm Allison and Chester and Wales legend Cliff Sear.
The Chronicle has uncovered rare footage of the match, organised to raise funds for the Round Table, which was filmed by Chester FC fan Malcolm Powell, who was visiting a friend's house and happened to come across the match taking place at the back of their Boughton property.
LOOK: Programme from the 1971 charity match at Filkins Lane, Boughton
Winger Billy Dearden, who had secured a move to Sheffield United before the start of the season, returned to the club to kick off the match.
Chester FC historian Chas Sumner recalled the match, although the attendance of some of the stars who were set to play was called into question.
“I must have been about 12 and I hadn't been watching Chester for all that long, probably about three of four years,” said Sumner.
“Billy Dearden hadn't long moved to Sheffield United and he came back to kick it off but I'm not sure that all the players that were listed to play for the professional XI all turned up. I can't recall Malcolm Allison playing.
“There was a great turnout and, if I remember rightly, a good atmosphere. Especially when you consider it was a charity match.”