Nantwich Town V FC United Tue 25th Feb 7.45pm

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Paul Hinson
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Nantwich Town V FC United Tue 25th Feb 7.45pm

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12 years ago today FCUM lost 1-5 in their first visit to the Weaver Stadium in the Presidents Cup but were subsequently awarded the tie. After losing their first League fixture at this venue in February 2009 the Reds have won 4 and drawn 2 of 6 visits.
Striker Aaron Burns made 14 appearances and scored 8 goals for FCUM during 2007-08. Since then he has scored for Ashton United and Nantwich Town against FCUM. Striker James Lawrie was capped by Northern Ireland whilst with Port Vale.
Midfielder Sean Cooke scored 1 goal in 14 appearances for FCUM during the 2015-16 season.
Striker Callum Saunders is son of former Wales and Liverpool striker Dean Saunders.
Nantwich last lost at home in the League on October 12th to Radcliffe. Since then they have won 4 and drawn 1.
Live FCUM match updates at:
Nick Duckett

Re: Nantwich Town V FC United Tue 25th Feb 7.45pm

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On Tuesday 25th February ko 7,45pm, FC United travel to The Weaver Stadium, Waterlode to play Nantwich Town FC in the Northern Premier League - Admission is pay on the gate £11 Adults, £8 Concessions, £3 U16’s.

Tuesday 25th February kick-off 7.45pm
The Bet Victor Northern Premier League Premier Division
FC United v Nantwich
The Weaver Stadium

Adults £11
Concessions £8
Under 16’s £3
( 1 free U16 per 1 paying adult entry)


Soft drinks, alcoholic drinks, cold food and hot food are all available at the Weaver Stadium.

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The main stand has a large function room which has a fully staffed bar. This serves tea, coffee, soft drinks and alcohol. It is a fully stocked bar with draft lager, cider, beer, wine and spirits.

Snacks are available at the bar such as crisps and chocolate.

Alcohol is permitted outside in plastic glasses so please ask bar staff for plastic. Glass is not permitted outside.

The bar will remain open throughout the match and usually between two and three hours after the match for supporters to discuss the game.

By Train:

Get a train to Nantwich train station – this can be achieved primarily through trains on the Manchester-Cardiff route. This station is just outside the town centre, and it is only a 10-15 minute walk to the ground from the station. It is a pleasant walk down a road called Water Lode, along the banks of the River Weaver, or a nice walk through the town centre.

Alternatively, take a taxi from the train station. It is a 3-5 minute drive and should cost between £5-10.

If you are early, you can take in the sights of Nantwich Town Centre on the way to the ground, which is an historic market town with the impressive St Mary’s Church and Tudor buildings. There are plenty of places to have lunch and drinks.

By Car :
Nantwich is 15 minutes’ drive from J16 of the M6 Motorway. There is limited car parking available on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is additional parking in the town centre – the nearest next to Nantwich Swimming Baths – which is a 5 minute walk from the ground.
Ben Hughes

Re: Nantwich Town V FC United Tue 25th Feb 7.45pm

Post by Ben Hughes »


FC Live returns this evening with coverage of FC United's trip to Nantwich Town.

Here is Statto Paul's Preview ... ich-town-a

And if you cannot make this match in person, then tune in at from 7.30pm
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