Almost exactly a year to the day since Cheltenham Town’s last game with all fans allowed in, we’re taking a look at how the Robins have done without the physical support of their fans.
On March, 7 2020 Cheltenham faced Port Vale at home, the game finishing a dismal 0-0, with the prospect of fans no longer being allowed into games looming ever larger.
It’s been a great year for the Gloucestershire side though, who almost made headlines after leading Manchester City in the FA Cup, but lost very admirably to the side who look set to win the Premier League this year.
However, despite the trials and tribulations of Covid-19, Cheltenham Town FC have had a very successful year. After their latest game, a 3-2 victory once again at home to Port Vale, they sit top of League Two after four straight league wins.
It has been a tough year for sport and it is no question that even despite a great season so far, the players and staff have missed the fans hugely.
However, with restrictions beginning to be lifted, the Robins will be hoping to secure promotion to League One and will look to be able to celebrate it with their fans once they can return.