Covering the 11 league games from the 1st January 2020 the tickets are available to purchase using the links below.
Prior to our recent home win against Burscough, six supporters got a taste of what happens, team wise and behind the scenes on a matchday. Based upon and idea offered by our joint manager Wayne Goodison, supporters were given an insight into team preparation, selection, match tactics, warm up and a review of how it all went. Supporters also observed the warm up, ‘toured’ the changing room and spent some time in the sponsors room. Wayne, Paul, Vicki, Brian Edge, Rob Ashcroft and Phil Lea explained some of their match day duties and experiences and supporters questions were answered.
We have had positive feedback from several of the supporters who attended and we hope to repeat this experience in the near future.
Information received from Stockport County for 1874 supporters
There is no segregation, all supporters will be accommodated in County’s all-seated Danny Bergara (North) Stand (Access is via turnstiles 7 & 8) on Hardcastle Road.
Adults (18+) £3
*Concessions £2 U18s, over 65’s, disabled supporters
Supporters travelling by car
There will be no parking at the ground, 1874 supporters can use nearby ‘Booth Street’ car park (SK3 9DF) for which a charge of £4.00 is payable. This is a secure car park which will be manned throughout the match from 6pm to 10.30pm. Location as below
Main Club Car Park, Edgeley Park – SK3 9DD – NO SUPPORTERS/PLAYERS
PLAYERS/SUPPORTERS – Stockport College – Booth Street Car Park – SK3 9DF
Cheshire Football Association and 1874 Northwich F.C .Press Release AGM 29th November 2018.
“Cheshire FA’s announcement earlier this year in partnership with Cheshire West and Chester Council and ION Developments of their intention to open a unique world class football facility in Cheshire has been a major boost to football within the county.
1874 Northwich FC are delighted to announce that following extensive discussions with Cheshire FA a memorandum of understanding has been signed between the two parties to work towards 1874 Northwich FC becoming a tenant at the 3,000 capacity stadium on site. This agreement will see us working together with Cheshire FA to form a more formal partnership when the site is completed.
The Board of 1874 Northwich FC are extremely grateful for the role played by Stuart Manifould, Business Development & Operations Manager at Cheshire FA and are looking forward to working with Cheshire FA to significantly increase opportunities and experiences for all participants within the game.”
Any questions can be addressed by Alex Dickinson 1874 Board Member with Lead Responsibility for Ground Development. E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or via post to our Registered Office at 450 London Road, Davenham, Northwich. CW9 8EF.
The presentation for NWCFL Player of the Month for September was made to Taylor Kennerley by league representative Stewart Taylor.
1874 Northwich support the fight against Prostate Cancer.
On Saturday 13th October the Non-League community came together to support the fight against Prostate Cancer.
Unfortunately we were playing away at Ashton Athletic on the day and unable to join in this important initiative, however the community team have been in contact with Prostate Cancer UK and we have obtained a fund raising and promotional pack so that we can join in the cause.
Prostate Cancer will affect 1 in 8 men at sometime during their lifetime and we hope that by providing a source of information in a discreet manner at the club, anyone who may be at all concerned can pick up the information pack.
This Saturday we will be promoting awareness of the condition at our home game. Information leaflets will be available along with pin badges and key rings. Following the game, this material will be available for anyone to pick up in the club shop should they wish.
Beer Festival 9th & 10th November
Davenham Cricket Club.
Tickets are now available at Level 1 Computers in Northwich priced at £5, or see any Board member.
Bombay Quay Social evening 8th October
Numbers are rising for what will be an enjoyable evening with good food at Bombay Quay Indian Restaurant. 3 courses for £20, tickets not required but let Toddy know if you are going.
1874 Race night . Free entry. Gladstone Club 19th October
Bohemian Kings night 30th November.
Gladstone Club, Tickets £6. See Toddy
Christmas meal 15th December.
See Toddy for details.
And don’t forget 1874 Northwich FC AGM 29th November
Northwich Memorial Court.
The club are delighted to announce that Scott McGowan has tonight put pen to paper and signed a playing contract with the club.
Since his arrival at the club Scott has proved himself a firm fans favourite and will continue to play a major part in the ongoing development of the squad.
Joint managers Paul Bowyer and Wayne Goodison are delighted that Scotty has pledged his future to 1874 Northwich FC.
Scott McGowan commits his future to our wonderful club.
The Board of 1874 Northwich FC are pleased to announce that in line with the clubs stated aim of playing football within the Northwich area, an agreement has been reached with Barnton FC for the club to play home matches at the Townfield ground from the start of the 2019 / 2020 season on an initial two year agreement.
A core ambition of 1874 Northwich FC is to achieve a permanent home base for the club within Northwich, this is the first step towards that ambition.
The board of 1874 Northwich FC would like to put on record their sincere gratitude to Winsford United FC for enabling the club to play at the St Luke’s Barton Stadium and they are eternally grateful for their hospitality and support during the clubs early years.
Our appreciation also goes to Barnton FC for the welcome that has been extended to 1874 Northwich FC, we look forward to working with them to the mutual benefit of both clubs.
1874 Northwich supporter Nik Stanley is running in the Anderton Lift Half Marathon on the 14th October 2018.
Nik is an avid runner and can quite often be seen at the St Luke’s Barton Stadium having just run along the riverbank between Northwich and Winsford to attend a home game, however a half marathon is no mean feat especially as this one is off road. The 1874 Northwich Community Team would like to thank Nik for his efforts in supporting our charity partner http://www.thejoshuatree.org.uk
To support Nick’s fundraising for the The Joshua Tree you can visit his Justgiving page at https://www.justgiving.com/Nikolaos-Stanley