Manager Paul Cook is hoping to bridge the gap between the Town and it's football by bringing success to the Proact Stadium.
Cook was impressed with his new surroundings from the moment he arrived and believes that the club has a massive impact on the feeling around the area.
Speaking to Spireites Player, he said: "At the time [of being named manager] I was really pleased to come to Chesterfield and get the job of managing the club. It's a very impressive stadium, and place, from the minute you come into the town.
"Certainly as a manager you do a lot of homework quickly on the club you are joining, and it's steeped with tradion; like a lot of clubs are. It [the club] reprsents what the town's thinking and the feel good factor around the town comes from how we're doing.
"One of the big things for me is to make sure that we put the two together. One thing happens in football club's, fans become disjointed from the club, and I'm not saying that's been the case here, and players are removed from supporters and all of a sudden we get that little split camp where we feel like we're going in different directions.
"It's my big thing for myself, as manager of the club, to try and make sure that we go forward together."