One Club, One Name - The Choice is Yours!
Written by City Fans United   
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 23:00

Tonight, City Fans United announce the chance for the large community of Chester fans to have a say in the naming of the reformation of Chester City FC, where fans of Chester across the City, UK, and in fact the world, can now take part in the chance to vote for the future name of the club.


Over 40 names have been suggested from hundreds of e-mails received since we went out to CFU members on Monday morning, and now a shortlist of four names has been arrived at, based on the e-mails received.


To vote on your favourite name, we ask fans to call 0800 050 1254 and cast your vote as listed below, you'll even get to hear a Chester legend welcoming you in the process!

 

The CFU Voteline will be open from 11pm on Wednesday 17th March, through to 11pm on Tuesday 23rd March, when the voting will be closed.


Please note that you may only vote once from the same phone number


Calls are free from landlines, but for anyone calling via mobile phones, please check your operator tariffs for information on calls to 0800 numbers. Calls received after 11pm on Tuesday 23rd March will not be counted.


So, to the candidates then...

For "Chester FC" vote 1

For "City of Chester FC" vote 2

For "Chester Rovers" vote 3

For "FC Chester" vote 4


Postal votes will also be accepted at the address below, but will need to be received by last post on Tuesday 23rd March, and only one vote can be accepted per letter.


E-mail votes will only be accepted for Chester fans resident outside if the UK, and the same rule applies - only one vote per person - your e-mail address will need to reflect your non-UK status. Please e-mail your vote to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by 11pm on Tuesday 23rd March.

The result will be announced at midnight on Wednesday 24th March.

Postal Address:
City Fans United Name Vote
Po Box 3170
Chester
CH4 8WP

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 March 2010 23:16
 

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