Some articles on colours, changed, colours changed:
... Chester's original home colours Chester's original colours were red and white, and these colours were used until the club temporarily disbanded in 1899 ... The colours were changed to green and white, in 1901 when the club moved to Whipcord Lane ... In 1919 the colours changed again, with their new dark green shirts earning Chester the nickname the Ivies ...
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