CHESTER will be presented with the Evo-Stik League First Division North trophy tomorrow if they seal the title in their final game of the season at Garforth Town (3pm).
Although Skelmersdale United still have an extremely slim chance of nicking top spot, the league has confirmed the silverware will be at the 3,000-capacity Genix Healthcare Stadium.
An army of Blues supporters will make their way to West Yorkshire in the hope of witnessing history in the making, but those unable to attend the match – which is not all-ticket – will be given the chance to salute Neil Young’s men at a planned homecoming.
Providing table-topping Chester finish the job and win the championship, fans will be able to meet and greet the players at the Exacta Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Harry McNally Terrace and Exacta Stand will be open from 12.30pm.
Blues supporters travelling on official club transport to Garforth are reminded that all coaches leave the Exacta at 10.45am tomorrow.
Seven coaches had been filled by yesterday morning.