Chester-le-Street Town Under10 Whites (current year 5) are looking to add players to a successful experienced squad. Chester-le-Street Town FC is a Standard Charter football club with strong roots in the local community. Training is in Chester-le-Street with league games
In blustery conditions, playing the last game of the season when most teams had packed up and gone home for the season, we knew that one point from this match would see us staying up. The opposition knew that any
Unbeaten in the last 6 games we felt the confidence brimming through our veins.. But We had never beaten this opposition before whistle blow… game on!! The sunshine greeted us at the beach.. No need for Factor 50… Commander
Our Under 8 Lions restarted the season yesterday against a good side, who are flying high in the league. The match started evenly with everyone battling hard but as the Lions pushed forward, the opposition broke quickly and opened the
What a first half of the season U7 Whites have had. It’s been edge of the seat stuff at times and really great to watch, thoroughly entertaining Maintaining an unbeaten run in the 5 games they have played, with plenty
Chester le Street Under 7 Blues went into their last game before the summer break this morning. Having not won a game in their first season they were all fired up. Chester started brightly and soon won a corner. Oliver
Congratulations to our Under 17FC. Winners of a 5 a side tournament held at Bowness -on-Windermere over the weekend.
Disability Awareness Training Workshops Durham County FA will be offering some awareness training to help support coaches and club officials in providing a positive experience for children and adults who may access your club. The sessions will be delivered by
A great start to the new season for Chester Town U10 whites Straight from a friendly game earlier in the week, Chester Town were ready for their first game of the new season. The boys all had new positions (
The Lions’ first ever competitive match was a hard fought one, against a good side. The defence had to be at their best to soak up some early pressure but a fantastic individual goal by Alfie G settled any nerves.