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post Jan 10 2017, 02:20 PM
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Chester's game with Tranmere on Saturday 4th March will be shown live on BT Sport - with kick off moved to 12.15.

http://www.chesterfc.com/news/article/2016...rt-3511400.aspx

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The first match will be the eagerly anticipated local derby encounter on Saturday March 4 between Chester FC and near neighbours Tranmere Rovers. When they met earlier in the season at Prenton Park the clubs played out a 2-2 draw with The Blues of Chester coming back from 2-0 down. That match was also in front of the largest attendance seen in the Vanarama National League so far this season of 7790.

Whilst The Blues will be unable to reach that capacity for the return, it is expected the Deva Stadium will be nearly full to its current capacity of around 5,500. With less than 20 road miles separating the two clubs the atmosphere will be electric for sure.



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post Jan 10 2017, 02:56 PM
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QUOTE (a view from outside @ Jan 10 2017, 02:20 PM) *
Chester's game with Tranmere on Saturday 4th March will be shown live on BT Sport - with kick off moved to 12.15.

http://www.chesterfc.com/news/article/2016...rt-3511400.aspx

BTSport -

The first match will be the eagerly anticipated local derby encounter on Saturday March 4 between Chester FC and near neighbours Tranmere Rovers. When they met earlier in the season at Prenton Park the clubs played out a 2-2 draw with The Blues of Chester coming back from 2-0 down. That match was also in front of the largest attendance seen in the Vanarama National League so far this season of 7790.

Whilst The Blues will be unable to reach that capacity for the return, it is expected the Deva Stadium will be nearly full to its current capacity of around 5,500. With less than 20 road miles separating the two clubs the atmosphere will be electric for sure.

all money to the club 2 games at home on bt in a few weeks
Mark our CEO tells me the figure for home team of a broadcast match is £7000 so £14000 helpe to make up for early facup exit
lets hope the trophy match on saturday goes ahead as planned (bad weather forecast)otherwise at least gateshead broadcast might be affected if a big freeze occurs as i think trophy games take priority over league games
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post Jan 10 2017, 03:13 PM
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QUOTE (a view from outside @ Jan 10 2017, 02:20 PM) *
Chester's game with Tranmere on Saturday 4th March will be shown live on BT Sport - with kick off moved to 12.15.

http://www.chesterfc.com/news/article/2016...rt-3511400.aspx

BTSport -

The first match will be the eagerly anticipated local derby encounter on Saturday March 4 between Chester FC and near neighbours Tranmere Rovers. When they met earlier in the season at Prenton Park the clubs played out a 2-2 draw with The Blues of Chester coming back from 2-0 down. That match was also in front of the largest attendance seen in the Vanarama National League so far this season of 7790.

Whilst The Blues will be unable to reach that capacity for the return, it is expected the Deva Stadium will be nearly full to its current capacity of around 5,500. With less than 20 road miles separating the two clubs the atmosphere will be electric for sure.




I will wager now that we get about 3,500 in the ground.



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post Jan 10 2017, 03:43 PM
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QUOTE (AGL @ Jan 10 2017, 03:13 PM) *
QUOTE (a view from outside @ Jan 10 2017, 02:20 PM) *
Chester's game with Tranmere on Saturday 4th March will be shown live on BT Sport - with kick off moved to 12.15.

http://www.chesterfc.com/news/article/2016...rt-3511400.aspx

BTSport -

The first match will be the eagerly anticipated local derby encounter on Saturday March 4 between Chester FC and near neighbours Tranmere Rovers. When they met earlier in the season at Prenton Park the clubs played out a 2-2 draw with The Blues of Chester coming back from 2-0 down. That match was also in front of the largest attendance seen in the Vanarama National League so far this season of 7790.

Whilst The Blues will be unable to reach that capacity for the return, it is expected the Deva Stadium will be nearly full to its current capacity of around 5,500. With less than 20 road miles separating the two clubs the atmosphere will be electric for sure.




I will wager now that we get about 3,500 in the ground.


bet the coppers go into overkill mode again. No pubs open within a 10mile radius before the game again?



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QUOTE (AGL @ Jan 10 2017, 03:13 PM) *
QUOTE (a view from outside @ Jan 10 2017, 02:20 PM) *
Chester's game with Tranmere on Saturday 4th March will be shown live on BT Sport - with kick off moved to 12.15.

http://www.chesterfc.com/news/article/2016...rt-3511400.aspx

BTSport -

The first match will be the eagerly anticipated local derby encounter on Saturday March 4 between Chester FC and near neighbours Tranmere Rovers. When they met earlier in the season at Prenton Park the clubs played out a 2-2 draw with The Blues of Chester coming back from 2-0 down. That match was also in front of the largest attendance seen in the Vanarama National League so far this season of 7790.

Whilst The Blues will be unable to reach that capacity for the return, it is expected the Deva Stadium will be nearly full to its current capacity of around 5,500. With less than 20 road miles separating the two clubs the atmosphere will be electric for sure.




I will wager now that we get about 3,500 in the ground.



Of course we will because the Police will make sure it isn't the number quoted on the original post.
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post Jan 10 2017, 04:33 PM
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QUOTE (AGL @ Jan 10 2017, 03:13 PM) *
QUOTE (a view from outside @ Jan 10 2017, 02:20 PM) *
Chester's game with Tranmere on Saturday 4th March will be shown live on BT Sport - with kick off moved to 12.15.

http://www.chesterfc.com/news/article/2016...rt-3511400.aspx

BTSport -

The first match will be the eagerly anticipated local derby encounter on Saturday March 4 between Chester FC and near neighbours Tranmere Rovers. When they met earlier in the season at Prenton Park the clubs played out a 2-2 draw with The Blues of Chester coming back from 2-0 down. That match was also in front of the largest attendance seen in the Vanarama National League so far this season of 7790.

Whilst The Blues will be unable to reach that capacity for the return, it is expected the Deva Stadium will be nearly full to its current capacity of around 5,500. With less than 20 road miles separating the two clubs the atmosphere will be electric for sure.




I will wager now that we get about 3,500 in the ground.

Very true, 3500 we had last season, we were playing really poor at the time, hopefully come March we are decent form and this will add a few more on, the negative with it being on BT it will knock a few off, 3800 at the very max.

It was a proper derby at there place, passionate local derby with police present but not holding your hand, tremendous match and top quality entertainement for any neutral.

With this scheduled for an early KO on a saturday it will kill off the atmosphere once again, last years tranmere home game was a real poor atmosphere apart rom the first 10/15mins.



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post Jan 10 2017, 07:49 PM
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QUOTE (Derry Exile @ Jan 10 2017, 03:43 PM) *
QUOTE (AGL @ Jan 10 2017, 03:13 PM) *
QUOTE (a view from outside @ Jan 10 2017, 02:20 PM) *
Chester's game with Tranmere on Saturday 4th March will be shown live on BT Sport - with kick off moved to 12.15.

http://www.chesterfc.com/news/article/2016...rt-3511400.aspx

BTSport -

The first match will be the eagerly anticipated local derby encounter on Saturday March 4 between Chester FC and near neighbours Tranmere Rovers. When they met earlier in the season at Prenton Park the clubs played out a 2-2 draw with The Blues of Chester coming back from 2-0 down. That match was also in front of the largest attendance seen in the Vanarama National League so far this season of 7790.

Whilst The Blues will be unable to reach that capacity for the return, it is expected the Deva Stadium will be nearly full to its current capacity of around 5,500. With less than 20 road miles separating the two clubs the atmosphere will be electric for sure.




I will wager now that we get about 3,500 in the ground.


bet the coppers go into overkill mode again. No pubs open within a 10mile radius before the game again?



Are there any pubs within a 10 mile radius ?


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3 home games before the end of the season I'll likely be missing because of BT moving kick off to 1215pm. At least we'll get TV from 2 of them but, selfishly, disappointed to be missing Tranmere game.
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post Jan 11 2017, 12:34 PM
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QUOTE (steveo1 @ Jan 10 2017, 04:33 PM) *
QUOTE (AGL @ Jan 10 2017, 03:13 PM) *
QUOTE (a view from outside @ Jan 10 2017, 02:20 PM) *
Chester's game with Tranmere on Saturday 4th March will be shown live on BT Sport - with kick off moved to 12.15.

http://www.chesterfc.com/news/article/2016...rt-3511400.aspx

BTSport -

The first match will be the eagerly anticipated local derby encounter on Saturday March 4 between Chester FC and near neighbours Tranmere Rovers. When they met earlier in the season at Prenton Park the clubs played out a 2-2 draw with The Blues of Chester coming back from 2-0 down. That match was also in front of the largest attendance seen in the Vanarama National League so far this season of 7790.

Whilst The Blues will be unable to reach that capacity for the return, it is expected the Deva Stadium will be nearly full to its current capacity of around 5,500. With less than 20 road miles separating the two clubs the atmosphere will be electric for sure.




I will wager now that we get about 3,500 in the ground.

Very true, 3500 we had last season, we were playing really poor at the time, hopefully come March we are decent form and this will add a few more on, the negative with it being on BT it will knock a few off, 3800 at the very max.

It was a proper derby at there place, passionate local derby with police present but not holding your hand, tremendous match and top quality entertainement for any neutral.

With this scheduled for an early KO on a saturday it will kill off the atmosphere once again, last years tranmere home game was a real poor atmosphere apart rom the first 10/15mins.

The atmosphere was really poor last time, my nephews live in Ellesmere Port and have friends who support Tranmere so it hasn't been easy converting them, and with the home atmosphere usually being so drab I promised them an exciting day but it was equally as drab as usual in the stands and on the pitch. There were also a few Chester supporters over from Marseille who couldn't believe how poor the atmosphere was for a derby.

Hopefully with it being a Saturday and not a Sunday it will be slightly better, and hopefully this time the Police don't order every pub in Chester to remain shut until after the game.


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