FC Halifax Town will be looking to return to winning ways tomorrow in front of the BT Sport cameras as they take on Chesterfield at the MBi Shay Stadium, 5.15pm kick-off.
The Shaymen haven’t won at home since Gateshead on August 27th in a good start to the season which ended with Jamie Fullarton earning the manager of the month award.
A tough run of fixtures followed in September and Town have slipped down the league, tomorrow they face 20th placed Chesterfield who have won just three games this season so far.
Chesterfield were relegated from the Football League last season and have not adjusted to life in the National League with results so far and both sides will be wanting to turn that around tomorrow.
There will be a returning familiar face with the Spirites as Tom Denton joined them earlier in the season from Alfreton Town, whilst Town Club Captain Matty Brown had a spell with them making three appearances.
The Hunger Hill Multi-Storey Car Park will be open from 3pm until 8.30pm. Cost is £5.00 per car and we ask that you bring the correct money to assist with entrance to the facility.
Normal league prices apply, however with it being Non-League Day, if you are a fan of a Football League Club, bring your season ticket and you can gain entry for £15.00. East Stand turnstiles.
Town have also confirmed it will be 12s and Under for a quid with a paying adult and there will be free face painting throughout the stadium from 3.15pm.
Referee: Marc Edwards
Assistants: Kristian Silcock/Daniel Locker
Fourth Official: Sam Barrott
Other League Matches:
AFC Fylde vs Maidstone United, Boreham Wood vs Maidenhead United, Bromley vs Barrow, Dagenham & Redbridge vs Wrexham, Eastleigh vs Aldershot, Harrogate vs Dover, Havant & Waterlooville vs Gateshead, Leyton Orient vs Hartlepool United, Salford vs Braintree, Solihull vs Ebbsfleet
There will be live updates and commentary available on the club website and Shaymen TV.
You can also follow the action via Town’s official Twitter account: @FCHTOnline
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