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Workington v City of Liverpool


Saturday 3rd October. KO 3PM


As with our home games there will be some restrictions in place at Borough Park. Please follow the advice of Workington volunteers in relation to social distancing and masks. By us following the guidelines we are ensuring a safe environment to watch the match not only for ourselves but for those around us.


Two away days on the bounce for City of Liverpool as we make the long trip to Workington following our 1-0 defeat away at Kendal Town. The Purps did everything but score against Kendal including hitting the bar twice through Tony Gray and Ian Kearney. The players were disappointed not to come away with anything but not as disappointed as Lee Thwaite, paying £3 for a piece of A4 paper disguising itself as a match day programme.

Both side will be looking for their first league win as Workington have played 3, drew 3 so far in the League this season. Workington have played out 2-2 draws with Pickering and Trafford either side of a goalless encounter with Kendal Town.

This will be our first visit to Borough Park and only our second ever meeting with Workington. Last season we played our home league game, going down to a 1-0 defeat in a tight, cagey and close fought game.


31/08/19 COLFC 0-1 Workington


Car- Postcode for the ground is CA14 2DT. It’s roughly a 2hr 30mins drive.

Train- A return will set you back £59.30 and can take between 3hr 30mins and 4hr 30mins.

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