Chris Senior returns to Darlo for the Legends game!
Chris Senior, the striker who scored that unforgettable dramatic winner for Quakers in the 2011 FA Trophy final, has agreed to play in the Marathonbet #NonLeagueChallenge Legends game on Sunday 29th July.
Every Darlo fan will always remember the moment when the ball hit the back of the net against Mansfield that day, and now Chris has agreed to put his boots on again for the match against the MarathonBet #NonLeagueChallenge Legends — along with plenty of other Darlo legends.
“I’m really looking forward to it,” he said. “My eyes lit up when I realised who else will be on the field. It will be great to see the Darlo fans again as well. It’s also a chance for my son to see me play football in the flesh!”
So, here’s an excuse to replay that famous Wembley moment!
Tickets are on sale now, price £10 for adults, £5 for concessions and children over the age of 5, under 5s are free. (Please note that we are expecting a big crowd, all under 5s will need a ticket even though they are free), A share of the gate receipts will go to a nominated charity. The tickets are available on a first come, first served basis, except for those seats on which there are name plaques — the name plaque holder has the right to sit on his/her seat for this match.
Tickets are available at Quaker Retail in the Dolphin Centre from Thursday morning, or on line via this link:
Chris will be joined by several other Darlo legends for the second half of the game against the Marathonbet #NonLeagueChallenge Legends! Our regular team will be playing them in the first half.
The following have so far agreed to play in the Legends game, with hopefully more to come. They have provided us with some great memories over the years:
With more to come!
The Legends squad will be managed by England World Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst, and includes the following:
With more to come!!
It’s sure to be an unforgettable day, so buy your ticket soon!
Keep an eye on the official website for updates throughout the summer.
(Thanks to Simon at the Unknown Creative for the superb match poster)