Preview: King’s Lynn Town (a)

    The Blues will look to make it three wins in seven days as they make the long trip to Norfolk this weekend to take on King’s Lynn Town.

    Tuesday’s midweek win at Chorley was an impressive performance, with key players getting back to full fitness just at the right time. Tom Peers was at the double in the 2-0 victory and was a constant threat alongside strike partner Charlie Caton.


    Adam Lakeland’s side sit 21st in the table coming into this weekend, the final spot of the relegation places, with 28 points from 30 games.

    The Linnets finished second last season but have been unable to challenge at the top of the table this time around and are instead battling for survival.

    Lakeland saw his team lose 4-0 at home to his former employers Curzon Ashton in midweek, so will be desperate for a big response on Saturday.


    King’s Lynn | W6 D10 L14 | F34 A51 | Pos 21st

    Last three

    Buxton (a) | D 2-2 | Scorers: Ben Stephens, Gabriel Rogers (pen)

    Hereford (a) | D 2-2 | Scorers: Tom Hughes, Cameron Hargreaves

    Curzon Ashton (h) | L 0-4 | Scorers: None

    Chester FC | W14 D6 L9 | F36 A21 | Pos 4th

    Last three

    Buxton (h) | L 0-1 | Scorers: None

    Bishopโ€™s Stortford (h) | W 2-0 | Scorers: George Glendon, Christian Norton

    Chorley (a) | W 2-0 | Scorers: Tom Peers (2)


    Kick off is 3pm at The Walks Stadium on Saturday. The address for the ground is Tennyson Road, Kingโ€™s Lynn, PE30 5PB.


    Segregation is in place for this game. The Away Terrace is uncovered (capacity 985) and is split between the Tennyson Road Stand and the North Terrace.

    There is also a small seating area available for away fans (capacity 150) located in Section A of the Tennyson Road End at an extra cost.

    Prices are as follows…


    • Adults – ยฃ18
    • Concessions and Seniors (65+) – ยฃ16
    • Juniors (Aged 16 and under) – ยฃ5


    • Adults – ยฃ20
    • Concessions and Seniors (65+) – ยฃ18
    • Juniors (Aged 16 and under) – ยฃ11



    Wheelchair user facilities are in the home section of the Tennyson Road Stand. King’s Lynn charge the relevant age-related price for both ambulant disabled supporters and for wheelchair users.

    Where disabled supporters require assistance, their helpers will be charged at the concessionary rate for the relevant area.

    Disabled tickets can be booked 24 hours in advance of kick-off by contacting Sarah Ryan via email to or in person at the Ticket Office on the day.


    Arriving by Car

    The Walks stadium is located on Tennyson Road, post code PE30 5PB. Exit the A47 at the Hardwick roundabout and take the exit for Kingโ€™s Lynn (Hardwick Road). Follow this road for 1 mile until the next roundabout. Take the 4th exit (Tennyson Avenue) and the stadium is 1 mile away.

    Arriving by Train

    The stadium is just 5 minutes away by foot through the Walks Park. Exit the train station by the main doors and turn left. Turn left at the church and walk across the park to the stadium.


    • We will have full, FREE match commentary on Seals Live from 2.40pm this weekend. Tune in by visiting our Match Centre: CLICK HERE

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    • A full time match report on CLICK HERE
    • A post match interview with Calum on Chester FC TV. CLICK HERE