English football club Chester City FC are nicknamed 'The Seals' and they have played in a variety of leagues between 1885 and 2010. The club wear blue and white striped home jerseys and they play their home games at the Deva Stdaium in Chester which holds over 5,000 people.
Chester's home kit is a strip of blue and white striped shirts, with blue shorts and socks. Ian Rush was the greatest player to come out of the club, he began his career from school wearing the blue shirt of Chester and went on play for Liverpool and represent Wales internationally.
The expansion of sportwear brand Vandanel continues, as more clubs agree with the English company for the supply of their kits [...]
Chester City Football Club, founded in 1885 are from the City of Chester in Cheshire. Nicknamed the Blues after their home shirts, they play their home games in the 6,000 capacity Saunders Honda (Deva) Stadium, built in 1991 and was the first in the English leagues to comply with the recommendations following the Hillsborough disaster (Taylor report).
The club have had an array of kit suppliers in their history including Vandanel, Prostar, Nike, Vilma, Socca and many more. The club has had a long and arduous rivalry with Wrexham which is known as the Cross-border derby.