Free Chester FC season tickets will be available to local schools once more for the Blues' next National League North campaign.

Chester FC and Chester FC Community Trust have confirmed the club’s school season ticket scheme will continue for the 2024/25 season, giving children and their families the opportunity to support the Blues and experience live football.

The initiative offers every primary and secondary school in the local area a free family season ticket for for two adults and two children to watch every Vanarama National League North game at the Deva Stadium.

Schools can use the tickets to reward or incentivise pupils, or provide families who might not otherwise be able to attend fixtures, the opportunity to enjoy a day out at a match. The scheme is made possible thanks to the efforts of fans in contributing to the Boost the Budget campaign, helping donate hundreds of child season tickets to the Community Trust.

In recent seasons, the football club and Community Trust have worked together to encourage more children and families to watch their local team through affordable pricing, community engagement and an enjoyable matchday experience, and the school season ticket scheme is a key part of this work.

Schools who would like to access a free family season ticket for 2024/25 can email

Separately, fans can now purchase season tickets for the Blues with a new digital-first platform, with discounts for 'Early Bird' purchases and renewals.

Chester FC has teamed up with new ticketing partner Fanbase for the initiative, where supporters can renew or buy season tickets at a discounted price until May 31. Prices range from £40 for those aged 12-17 (under 12s go free with an adult), to £350 for an adult in the East and West Stands, a modest increase on last season's price. Legends Lounge tickets are also available.

The digital-first scheme sees supporters able to buy season tickets via their Apple or Android wallet, while keeping their ticket stored in their Fanbase wallet. Normal season ticket cards can still be purchased, for an extra £2.

Tickets can be bought online, and from the ticket office from May 1, where they can be purchased on an instalment plan.

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