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1883 LOUNGE | Book Now for December

With Christmas fast approaching, why not experience a new level of matchday cuisine in our 1883 Lounge? Season ticket holders can watch home fixtures against Leamington (Saturday 2 December), Kidderminster Harriers (Saturday 9 December) or Southport (Tuesday 26 December) for just £20 a game.

You and your guests will be welcomed with a complimentary drink on entry, before sitting down to a sumptuous two-course meal which includes Chef’s signature dish of the day. There is waitress service with food and drinks to your table throughout the afternoon from our pay for bar. Entertainment includes a Q&A with Chorley players and management along with other footballing friends of the club.

Commercial Manager Josh Vosper said: “So far we’ve done really well in the 1883 Lounge this season and want more fans to experience our hospitality. Obviously, with the festive season coming up this is the perfect gift for a friend or loved one. We are hoping to see more supporters on a match day get behind Matt Jansen and the lads - finishing the year off on a high.”

The cost is £35 per game or book a table of ten for £300 + VAT. To book your hospitality place in the 1883 Lounge call: 01257 230007 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

COMMERCIAL | Chorley FC Christmas Raffle

The Magpies are delighted to bring back the Chorley FC Christmas Raffle with a first prize of £1000 up for grabs! The draw for the raffle, which is sponsored by The Print Quarter in Chorley, will take place on Sunday 17th December at 3pm. Tickets are priced at £1 each and you can buy as many as you wish from today in the club shop.

Read more: COMMERCIAL | Chorley FC Christmas Raffle

MATCH REPORT | Late leveler denies Magpie win

Chorley were withing second of leaving Edgely Park with a much deserved win, only for an injury time equaliser to cancelled out Nick Haughton's earlier strike, the loan star's 10th goal of the season.

Read more: MATCH REPORT | Late leveler denies Magpie win


Would  you like to help Chorley FC to cook up a storm?!

Due to the success of our matchday hospitality and events business we are looking to expand our team.

We want people to join us with experience in the catering industry and an ability to take on responsibility in the kitchen and food preparation area.

Chorley FC currently host a range of functions ranging from Christmas parties and weddings to christenings and funerals which are spread over the whole week.

Business events are also a regular occurrence in addition to our already thriving matchday hospitality and fast food offering.

Due to the nature of the industry the hours would be varied, with a peak throughout December meaning an immediate start is available.

If you think you have what it takes then please send your CV and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

PREVIEW | Stockport County

Matt Jansen's men make the short trip to the south of Manchester on Saturday afternoon as they return to Vanarama National League North action against Stockport County.

A significant change in starting XI is expected after the Magpies' extended squad dispatched Colne from the Lancashire FA Partners Foundation Challenge Trophy on Tuesday evening, writes Alex Birch. Both sides find themselves sitting just outside the play-off places, with Chorley one place (8th) and one point (26) ahead of their hosts as the season moves towards the halfway stage.

Recent meetings: Chorley have won four of six matches against their hosts in the sixth tier since gaining promotion from the Northern Premier League in 2014. The teams last met in March when 4,073 witnessed a 0-0 draw at Edgeley Park.

Goals galore: The Hatters are the National League North's highest scorers at home with 22 goals in nine games.

Mean defence: Chorley have conceded nine league goals in their eight away matches, and only three in their last five.

Marksman: The 2016/17 Welsh Premier League's golden boot winner Jason Oswell leads the National League North scoring charts for Stockport with 14 goals in 17 games.

Key stats: The Magpies are unbeaten in three league visits to Edgeley Park. County have won one of their last four home games.

The match kicks off at 3pm and if you’re unable to attend you can follow all the action on our Twitter feed by following @chorleyfc from 1pm.

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