CHESTER FC’s comeback match is likely to be a record-breaking 1,500 sell-out.
As of this afternoon, the Blues had only about 60 tickets from their 1,200 allocation remaining for Tuesday's Evo-Stik League opener at Warrington Town (7.45pm).
Warrington are close to selling their allocation of 300 tickets and are looking forward to setting a new home attendance record. Their previous best was 504 for the visit of Halifax last season.
Warrington chief executive Gary Skentelbery said: "This is going to be a massive night for Chester and Warrington.
"We have been working hard to ensure we can accommodate such a big crowd at this level of football, which is why we made the game all-ticket in a bid to avoid turnstile congestion.
"We only have two turnstiles and on police advice have had to introduce segregation."
Chester have been given three sides of the ground and all visiting supporters should access the stadium via the turnstiles which are in the right-hand corner of the car park at the front of Cantilever Park.
Warrington have arranged secure car parking at Priestley College, which is located on Loushers Lane, about half-a-mile walk from the ground, from 6.30pm for a nominal charge of £1.
Due to the segregation, Chester fans will not be allowed access to the social club and bar area, but Warrington have enlisted outside caterers to provide refreshments while also bringing in temporary toilet facilities, as well as additional security and stewards.
Mr Skentelbery added: "I would urge Chester fans to get to the ground in plenty of time and be a little understanding that our facilities are not quite the same as the Football League and Conference.
"This is a big night for both clubs and lets hope it is a night to remember for all the right reasons."
An emergency allocation of 200 tickets went on sale at the Deva Stadium today. Any remaining tickets will be available tomorrow from 10am-4pm.
For the latest ticket information, call Chester FC on 01244 371376.