1971–72 Chester F.C. season

The 1971–72 season was the 34th season of competitive association football in the Football League played by Chester, an English club based in Chester, Cheshire.

Chester 1971–72 football season
Chester
1971–72 season
Manager Ken Roberts
Stadium Sealand Road
Football League
Fourth Division
20th
FA Cup First round
Football League Cup First round
Welsh Cup Quarterfinal
Top goalscorer League:
Eddie Loyden (11)

All:
Eddie Loyden (15)
Highest home attendance 4,539 vs York City (14 August)
Lowest home attendance 1,868 vs Peterborough United (4 March)
Average home league attendance 3,001
19th in division[1]

Also, it was the 14th season spent in the Fourth Division after its creation. Alongside competing in the Football League the club also participated in the FA Cup, Football League Cup and the Welsh Cup.

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Pos Team

Pld W D L GF GA GAv Pts Promotion or relegation
18 Hartlepool 46 17 6 23 58 69 0.841 40
19 Darlington 46 14 11 21 64 82 0.780 39
20 Chester 46 10 18 18 47 56 0.839 38
21 Northampton Town 46 12 13 21 66 79 0.835 37 Re-elected
22 Barrow 46 13 11 22 40 71 0.563 37 Failed re-election
Source: rsssf.com

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