A bit short notice, but Runshaw College are doing a charity event in aid of both Derian House and ourselves! They have organised a casino night for Wednesday 2nd May in the social club. Doors open at 7:30pm for a 8pm start. For more details read on…
**UPDATE – 26/04/2012**
Due to a number of FC United fans attempting buy tickets for Chorley end, we will from now on have to request proof of address for all ticket purchase. This has been requested by the police.
Ticket details have been released regarding our Evo-Stik Northern Premier League play-off semi-final clash with FC United of Manchester. Home supporters can purchase tickets from the club office on the following days…
Wednesday 10:00am – 10:00pm
Thursday 10:00am – 10:00pm
Friday 10:00am – 10:00pm
Prices are £9 for adults & £5 for under 16 & over 60
Season Ticket holders & junior magpies will need to purchase a ticket for the game
We can confirm it is a 3pm kick off.
There is segregation in place for this fixture and FC united have been allocated the Pilling Lane End.
Earlier this evening, the Evo-Stik released a press statement regarding both Northwich Victoria and Woodley Sports…
At the FA hearings held at Wembley today the decision of the panel was as follows:
In respect of Northwich Victoria FC, the panel ruled that the Club would not be allowed to participate in the promotion play-offs, however the Club would not be expelled from the Northern Premier League but relegated one step from the 2012/2013 Season.
In respect of the appeal by Woodley Sports FC, the panel upheld the decision of the Northern Premier League and the Club will be relegated to a step to be determined by the Football Association.
No further comment will be made by the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League at this tim
Adam Roscoe scored a beautiful overhead kick on Saturday during Chorley’s 3-1 win over promotional play-off rivals, Bradford Park Avenue. Stan Walker has kindly uploaded the video onto YouTube for us to see.
The past 3 years have been a rollercoaster of a time for one Chorley FC fan. Long-life Chorley supporter, John Blackburn, was diagnosed with cancer over 3 years ago and he has wrote a book about his journey. All of the money raised through sales of the book is going to four different charities. Earlier on this evening, he posted the following message on the ‘General chat’ section of “MagpiesInSpace”. Read on to view the message.
Well, Chorley did it. They won their first Lancashire Co-Operative Challenge Trophy/Junior Cup for almost 30 years.
Of course, I can’t remember the last time we won being 30 years old, but I know how much last night now, means to the likes of Ken Wright, the Directors, Garry Flitcroft, Matt Jansen and Johnathan Smith, to the physio Bev Webster, to the whole squad and of course the fans.
News article from Chorleyfc.com…
Chorley FC are pleased to announce that we have now sold out our allocation of tickets for Monday’s final at the Reebok Stadium.
The club did contact the Lancashire FA for additional tickets, but they too have sold there allocation. Kendal Town are also well on their way to selling their allocation.
Any supporters who have not got a ticket, do not fear, as supporters will be able to pay at the gate at the stadium.
Admission prices on the night will remain as follows:
- Adults – £8.00
- Concessions – £4.00
Got to admit, I dont think anyone will begrudge visitors Ashton United a point in today’s game. They looked a good side for spells during the match and a draw is a fair result. Shame it was in the 94th minute though as today also saw Chester come from 1-2 down to win 3-2 with themselves scoring a last minute goal. And Northwich extended their lead at the top with a 2-0 win at Matlock. Something Chorley couldn’t do a week ago.