What a brilliant afternoon it was down at the Deva on Saturday.
And you know what rounded it off? This tweet which went viral after originally being shared by Chester FC Community Trust chief executive Jim Green.
As the former Chronicle Blues reporter states, it is what the club is all about.
It's a fact also keenly recognised by manager Jon McCarthy, who took to Twitter after the match, too.
Klopp's kids are coming
Chester will head to Solihull Moors on Boxing Day looking to extend their unbeaten league run to eight games.
But first up for McCarthy's men is a friendly at home to Liverpool Under-23s tomorrow afternoon.
Some of Jurgen Klopp's first-team players could feature...
The late, late show
From the Reds starlets to the Blues'.
Chester's youth team won 2-1 at home to Ashton Athletic on Sunday to progress to the semi-finals of the North West Youth Alliance Premier Division Cup.
They late it late, though, with two goals in the final five minutes from Ilan Ap-Gareth settling the last-eight tie.
Superb from Sarcevic
If you don't follow the Chester FC On This Day account on Twitter, do so now.
Our favourite from today is this classic strike from Antoni Sarcevic four years ago.
Sarcevic is a free agent after cancelling his Shrewsbury Town contract. How good would it be to see him back in a Chester shirt?
We can but dream... but it is the right time of the year!
Wrexham's woes worsen
You may notice today's Daily Digest is unashamedly upbeat. Why not, too, with the way things are going at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium.
The same, however, cannot be said of the Blues' bitter rivals Wrexham.
Saturday's miserable 1-0 loss at Sutton United was the Dragons' fourth defeat in a row and their fourth game in a row without scoring.
With massive matches against Steve Burr's Southport and Woking before the derby on January 21, Wrexham boss Dean Keates admits his side are in a relegation battle.
Keates said: "Nobody wants to be in a dog fight, but we aren't going to be dragged into it, we are already in it. The situation we are in, we are looking over our shoulder.
"This football club shouldn't be where it is in the league and we are all responsible for it. We need players to roll their sleeves up."