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  • Match Info: Cheadle Town (A), Sat 20th Jan, 3pm KO

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    After the weather put paid to a mid-week top-of-the-table clash against Wythenshawe, attention turned to Park Road this weekend as we take on Cheadle Town this Saturday.

    And a repeat of last Saturday’s performance, will do nicely if Dave McNabb’s charges can put another show for the travelling faithful. Two goals each from Andy Briggs and newly-crowned league player of the month, Dec Daniels, alongside a return to the goalscoring charts for Andy Scarisbrick and another goal for youngster Joe Hobson resulted in a 6-0 hammering at Litherland Sports Park. Highlights can be found below.

    The win kept up the pace in the league, with both Wythenshawe’s winning also, the race for top spot continues to hot up. The increase in the temperature for the league can be directly linked to the drop off in air temperature nationwide, with many games impacted by the freezing conditions over weekend and then the snow that came in to follow.

    The low temperatures are set to continue until Friday, with a hope of improvement in time for the game. Keep across our social media profiles in the run up to kick-off for the latest up-to-date information.

    For your all matchday details, we spoke to Cheadle Town Social Media Manager, Jamie Lynch about what supporters can expect as we make our first competitive visit to Park Road, in this week’s ‘Playing Away’ episode on YouTube. A link to that is below.


    Playing Away’ – Episode Six


    Opponents – Cheadle Town


    The club was established in 1961 (as Grasmere Rovers), playing U16s Sunday league football in the Manchester & District League, developing up to U21s and winning their first championship in 1968, with a Premier Division title two seasons later.

    The club made the step up into Saturday football by entering the Manchester League in 1972, moving in Park Road Stadium ten years later. A year later and now known by its current name, the club joined the newly-formed NWCFL.

    One promotion to the top tier of the leagues was achieved in 1996, which they relinquished in 2001. With hopes high for a return to the top flight last season, the club achieved that under the stewardship of current manager Paul Marshall with a 3-1 play-off win against Sandbach United last summer.

    Town have had a tough start to life back in the Premier Division and lie in 20th going into the weekend, with nine wins and four draws from 27 games so far. A run of four losses at the end of December has been improved upon with back-to-back wins as we’ve entered 2024, winning 5-0 and 3-1 respectively at Barlick and AFC Liverpool.




    Advance tickets for this game are now onsale here

    • Adults – £6
    • Concessions – £4 (Over 60 / Under 16)
    • Disabled (with carer) – £4

    Travel & Parking

    Ground: Park Road Stadium

    Address: Park Road, Cheadle, Cheshire

    Postcode: SK8 2AN




    If you are travelling clockwise on the M60…. Leave the motorway at junction 3 (signposted A34 Congleton) and follow the slip road. You will come to a set of lights at the end of the slip road (just before you join the A34) and then again at a main crossroads shortly afterwards. Turn left here. Follow this road (the A560) and go straight ahead at the next set of lights, taking you through Cheadle village with The White Hart pub and St Mary’s Church on the left.

    At the next set of lights at the end of Cheadle village – where the George & Dragon pub is on the right – bear right and follow the road. You will pass a BP petrol station on your left. You will need to turn right immediately after the small park on your right. This is Park Road. The ground is at the bottom of the road past the cemetery gates.

    If you are travelling anti-clockwise on the M60…. Leave the motorway at junction 2 (signposted A560 Cheadle) and follow the slip road to the end – a roundabout – where you will need to turn right. Get in the right-hand lane as you approach the traffic lights and go straight on, taking the first left after the row of shops. This is Park Road. The ground is at the bottom of the road past the cemetery gates.

    Parking: There is limited parking on Park Road itself and visitors are kindly asked NOT to park on the same side of the street as the houses. Please park on the opposite side of the road. We recommend driving down to the cemetery gates on arrival, turning around and heading back up Park Road before finding a space to park – that way you are “pointing in the right direction” for when you leave at the end of the match.

    If parking is unavailable on Park Road then you can try one of the side streets off Councillor Lane or Stockport Road (A560) and take the short walk to the ground.

    For evening kick-offs all visitors to Cheadle Town FC are kindly asked to respect our neighbours that live on Park Road and return to their vehicles quietly after the match.

    Nearest Railway: Gatley (1.4 miles) / Stockport (2.4 miles)

    Nearest Bus Route to Ground: The 11, 11A and 310 all pass the end of Park Road. Ask for Councillor Lane, Cheadle. All of these services depart from Stockport Bus Station and are relatively frequent.

    On the day: The clubhouse will be serving hot and cold drinks and alcoholic beverages on match day. The newly opened ‘Town Cafe’ offers an variety of hot and cold snacks. The Main Stand offers seating and standing that is sheltered from the elements. Toilets are located inside the clubhouse


    Match Coverage & Live Stream

    If you are unable to make the game, we’ll have all the live coverage across our media platforms.

    Live Stream: For this game, we will have no live stream. Keep up-to-date with all our video content via the club’s YouTube Channel. Click to subscribe and never miss highlights and match reaction across the season.

    Audio Commentary: Roch Valley Radio will be providing commentary for this game. Click here ahead of kick-off to listen live. Audio commentary will be provided for every game of the season, so you will never miss a piece of the action.

    Social Media: Our team will also bring you in-depth text commentary via the club ‘MatchDay Live‘ Twitter feed, with team news and half time and full time updates available also on Facebook and feel like you are there with our match galleries and imagery available over on Instagram.

    Whatever the weather, wherever you are across the globe, we have you covered.

    Up the Shakers!


    #ShakersTogether | #BuryFC | #PartofIt

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