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New home comforts for Chichester
 Women's Football WNL South News - 7 Dec 2019
Chichester City Ladies FC have officially played their first game at their new home ground at Selsey FC.
Chairwoman Caz Evans said: "It has been a very hard and stressful few months of continuous meetings, emails, phone calls with everyone involved with this move but we know it's the best move for our Club.
The players (both youth and senior) are our main concern, we want every girl who joins our club to be included, accepted, valued, listened to, but most of all have a place they can call home when playing the game they love.
Our time at Oaklands has come to an end we have tried and failed to keep the Club going there and we were left with three options that we put to it committee, which the majority voted and that was time to leave Oaklands Park."
With a couple of successful seasons under their belt and an expansion of youth teams due to high interest, Chi City were unable to keep up the finances that it costs to have eight teams train and play at different venues across West Sussex and Hampshire each week.
To make sure all teams were able to play high quality football and had access to facilities, Selsey FC made the club an offer they couldn't refuse.
The whole club is accommodated with enough pitches for all youth teams to play in the same place each weekend and a high quality first team pitch for the senior teams to enjoy. There is also the opportunity for the club to make profit on match days from various outlets to invest back into the women's game.
The club will still remain Chichester City Ladies and Girls FC, keep the same places in each league and play in green and white. The first weekend at Selsey FC was a roaring success despite the first team being knocked out the Women's FA Cup Second Round to Ipswich Town. The committee are looking forward to creating a one-club feel in their new home.
If advertisers still have a board at Oaklands Park and wish to have it moved to Bunn Leisure Stadium, please contact secretary@chichesterladiesfootball.co.uk.
The committee would like to thank all the fans, sponsors and local residents for their continued support of the ladies and girls.

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