Join our bar teams
Written by Jim Green   
Tuesday, 20 July 2010 10:59

City Fans United and Chester Football Club are seeking volunteer bar staff who want to help make the Blues Bar and Legends Lounge the place to be every Saturday afternoon.

With fine cask ales and excellent home cooked food available before each match, the Blues Bar is going to be the hottest ticket in town this season.

We already have a number of volunteers on board but are eager to expand our team to ensure we are well placed to meet demand. As a member of our bar team you will report to the club steward and your duties will involve serving drinks, cash handling and keeping the bar and seating areas clean and tidy.

Experience is not essential as training will be provided. You would typically be required to arrive at the stadium before 12.00 pm each Saturday afternoon and the bars will also be open post-match. All volunteers will be able to take up the normal seat or space on the Harry McNally Terrace to watch the match.

This is a busy and varied role which will give volunteers the opportunity to meet lots of new people and talk football with their fellows Chester FC supporters.

The Blues Bar will be open for pre-season friendlies so an immediate start is available. If you are interested in this role please emai This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it confirming your availability for the the following dates:

Saturday 24th July
Tuesday 27th July
Sunday 1st August
Wednesday 11th August
Saturday 14th August

 

 

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