Chester Football Club

Chester Football Club is football club from Chester England. In 2010 after the winding up of Chester City F.C that was established in 1885, Chester Football Club was founded. Before the winding up of Chester City F.C, it had been a member of the Football League until it was relegated to the Football Conference in 2000. In 2004, they won the Conference title and returned to Football League. Chester City F.C was again related in 2009, and it suffered major financial difficulties that lead to the winding up on 10th March 2010.

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After the winding up, Chester City Football Club members participated in a ballot to choose the name of the new football club. Of the over 1000 members that cast their ballot, 70% voted for reestablishing the Chester FC name. The club had been using that name for the first 98 years of its earlier establishment. After that, the new outfit was granted the lease for their current Deva Stadium, which as renamed to Exacta Stadium as part of the agreement.

The first manager and the assistant of Chester Football Club were Neil Young, and Gary Jones respectively who were unveiled on 20th May 2010. Their first preseason friendly was with Colwyn Bay of which they won 2-0. Chester FC then played their first home match of which they won 3-0 against Aberystwyth Town.

The inaugural season of the club in Northern Premier League, Division 1 North was after successfully appeal to Football Association (FA) for being included in the Northwest Counties Football League. On 18th June 2010 they won the appeal, and FA agreed to play them in the Northern Premier League Division 1 North, which is the eighth tier of the English football leagues. The team hosts their home matches at Deva Stadium, in Flintshire Wales with a capacity of 4170 to 5376 people.

Chester Football Club had an impressive first three seasons by winning the NPL Division One North in 2010/2011 season, the NPL Premier Division in 2011/2012 season and the Conference North in 2012/2013 season. In the 2013/2014, season the club finished in the relegation zone of the Conference Premier league that season. It, however, got a reprieve when Hereford United was expelled due to financial problems. In its second season of the Conference Premier 2014/2015, it finished 12th.

Martin Huxley, who is a graphic artist and fan of the football club based in Chester, designed the Chester-based crests. The badge variations are symbols of victory while the blue and white colours are the shades of predecessor Chester City. In the first two seasons, Joma Sportswear Company made the club kits. However, from 2012/2013 Puma sponsored the subsequent seasons’ kits. Since its reformation Chester F.C shirt sponsor has been MBNA. The home shirt is blue and white, with blue shorts and white and blue socks. The away kit has been changing yearly. Purple has been the away shirt shade in the inaugural season, yellow in the 2011/2012 season, green in the 2012/2013 season and grey in the 2013/ 2014 season.

Chester F.C main rivals are the Wrexham F.C, who is their neighbours. The other rivals such as Cheshire, Witton Albion, Nantwich Town, Northwich Victoria and Warrington Town, are rivals were rivals of the predecessor Chester City while others are new within their league.

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Gambling in Sport

Chester Borough Council is gearing up to deal with the licensing of gambling. The Gambling Act 2005 completely overhauls the law on commercial gambling in Britain, passing responsibility for its licensing from magistrates courts to the Gambling Commission and local councils.

In preparation for this, the borough has published a draft document, called a Statement of Principles, which outlines the factors that will be taken into account when dealing with applications for gambling licences.

The document is in draft at the moment and people’s views on it are being invited.

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Gym Equipment

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Football League

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Chester FC Official

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Visit Chester

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Cheshire Oaks Retail Park

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Chester Zoo

http://www.chesterzoo.org/