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COMMERCIAL | Partnership with Pilkington Oils

Chorley FC are delighted to announce a partnership with Pilkington Oils as official sponsors for the club’s 1883 Lounge.  The family run business, which has been based within Chorley since its inception in 1960, is operated by Matthew Pilkington. The business specialises in the supply of lubricants for commercial, automotive and industrial applications.

The deal with Pilkington Oils will also see the business have sponsorship on the proposed new stand which is set to be erected on the Ashby Street side of the ground later this year. They will also have a pitch side board around The Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium.

Chorley FC Commercial Manager Josh Vosper said: “I’m very pleased we’ve linked-up with such a well-respected local business like Pilkington Oils. Our focus at the club of partnering with local businesses is something we’re very proud of and we look forward to working with them over the course of the season and beyond.”

Spaces are selling fast in the 1883 Lounge throughout December and this is your chance to experience a new level of matchday cuisine at The Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium. The cost is £35 per game or book a table of ten for £300. If you are a season ticket holder then why not upgrade for £20 for the match of your choice. For further information please call: 01257 230007 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



The Magpies play their first game in this year’s Lancashire FA Partners Foundation Challenge Trophy on Tuesday night against Colne at The Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium, kick-off 7.45pm. To ensure you have the best possible experience please take a look at the following information.  Read more: PREVIEW | Colne FC

LATEST NEWS | Club raise £250 for Poppy Appeal

Chorley FC would like to thank all supporters who contributed to Saturday’s Poppy Appeal collection, which raised £250. The club also held a two minute’s silence prior to the Nuneaton Town game as everyone inside The Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium paid their respects to the sacrifices made by the Armed Forces community, past and present

Read more: LATEST NEWS | Club raise £250 for Poppy Appeal

FA TROPHY | Magpies face trip to Grantham

Chorley have been drawn away to Grantham Town in the third qualifying round of this year’s Buildbase FA Trophy. 

Read more: FA TROPHY | Magpies face trip to Grantham

REPORT | Magpies run out of time against Town

After a slow start, in a typical "after the lord mayors" performance following Monday night's herioic dissapointment against Fleetwood Town, Chorley roared from two down early in the second half to dominate but eventually ran out of time.

Read more: REPORT | Magpies run out of time against Town

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