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Membership Renewals for 2017-18
Monday, 29 May 2017 00:00

Membership of City Fans United expires on May 31st, so if you haven’t already renewed for 2017-18 you should do so soon!

 

Membership of CFU is just £12 per year (an equivalent of £1 per month)

New Members

If you haven't already joined City Fans United please fill in the online form here ...
Membership Form

or
Join at the Deva Stadium. Membership form (PDF) is available here to print out

Existing Membership Renewals
To renew your membership account, please follow the step by step instructions below: 

Renew Online :

  • Please visit www.cityfansunited.com and log in via the spaces provided (Username & Password)
  • Click on My Account section under the User Menu on the left of the page - this will take to your 'dashboard'
  • Under the 'Your Membership' section, click on the words [Renew Now]
  • Then, fill in the details on the Membership Form screen beneath where it says 'RENEW MEMBERSHIP' (most of your details will be pre-populated if you already set up your CFU account online last time) - if you are planning to set up a standing order for your membership or pay manually at the Deva Stadium then please tick the box where it says "I will send payment separately"
  • Click the Confirm Contribution button at the bottom of the page
  • Then verify your information, by clicking the Continue button at the bottom of the page
  • This will take you to the Paypal page for you to make a one off payment, click 'Pay Now' once in your Paypal account
  • This will complete your membership payment

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Renew Offline :

You can download the CFU membership form below, complete, print off and take to the Deva Stadium with your payment

Membership Renewal Form PDF

At the Lookers Vauxhall (Deva) Stadium :

You can of course renew your CFU membership at the Deva Stadium, just complete a form at the ground together with your payment (please make cheques payable to City Fans United) .

Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 May 2017 11:20
 
Board member Alan Povey resigns
Written by Neil Bellis   
Tuesday, 18 April 2017 20:25

City Fans United (CFU) director Alan Povey has decided to step down from his role as director/chair for personal reasons.

Alan goes with the best wishes of all the other board members and their thanks for his contribution over the past year.

Current vice chairman, Jonny Hughes will serve as acting chair of CFU until the AGM in October.

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CFU meeting this Thursday
Written by Neil Bellis   
Saturday, 15 April 2017 10:11

City Fans United (CFU) members are reminded that the next formal meeting is this Thursday, April 20th.

The meeting will start at 7.30pm in the Blues Bar at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium.

The agenda is as follows;

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CFU board co-opt new member
Written by Neil Bellis   
Monday, 10 April 2017 19:05

The City Fans United (CFU) board are delighted to announce that David O’Toole has been co-opted onto the board.

David, 21, currently works as an assistant management accountant at F Bender Paper Cups. He has joined the board to take on the membership portfolio, a portfolio his father Jonathan Freeman once held on the CFU board.

 

He said: “First and foremost, my thanks go to Alan Povey and the board, for allowing me this opportunity to serve our club, it is truly an honour. Whilst I’m on the board, my ambition is not to merely increase the CFU Membership, but to further the engagement and influence the members have with the club.”

Chair of CFU Alan Povey said: “Myself and the rest of the City Fans United board are delighted to welcome David to the board. Having shown an interest, David was co-opted on after showing a real passion for Chester Football and an eagerness to help us in our quest to move forward.

“David will be taking on the membership portfolio, and over the coming months it will be his responsibility, with the support of the rest of the board, to drive forward CFU membership and help to engage and promote the benefits of joining the CFU. It is an important role and it is vital that we have somebody like David to help us grow.

“The whole board look forward to working with him, and CFU members will have the opportunity to meet David at the next CFU meeting on Thursday April 20th.”

Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 April 2017 20:22
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CFU March meeting cancelled
Written by Neil Bellis   
Friday, 10 March 2017 16:48

The board of City Fans United (CFU) have decided to cancel next week's informal CFU meeting on Thursday March 16th.

The board were struggling to find a suitable guest speaker for the meeting so have decided to give this month a miss.

Our next formal meeting will be on Thursday April 20th in the Blues Bar at 7.30pm. The streaming service will be available. 

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