FOOTBALL fans visiting Wrexham for the town's match against Chester have been urged to enjoy it responsibly, after ticket arrangements were agreed between the clubs.

North Wales Police has confirmed the Wrexham v Chester match at the Racecourse on March 11 will be an all ticket game following an agreement between both clubs.

Chief Supt Alex Goss said: “We have been actively working with both clubs and Cheshire Constabulary to do all we can to ensure that the event is safe and pleasant for everyone.

"We have a responsibility to safeguard the rights of fans to attend and to safeguard the rights of individuals to carry out their normal lives. I am grateful to the clubs for agreeing the ticket arrangements which will help us achieve this.

“For the first time in a number of years special travel arrangements for this fixture at the Racecourse, involving the use of designated coaches, have not been implemented.

"Visiting fans are free to travel to the match as they wish. However, I would urge all fans to make their way to the ground in plenty of time and to behave responsibly.”