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Ascot, Binfield, Bracknell and Wokingham take part in pre season tournament

Our local non-league clubs have been busy preparing their first team pre season programmes, but now it’s the turn of the development and reserve sides who will compete in the inaugural FootballinBracknell cup.

The tournament has been organised by the managers of the reserve and development sides and spear-headed by Binfield’s Ellis Woods – and we are absolutely delighted to support the tournament which will give local footballers competitive meaningful fixtures ahead of their Hellenic and Suburban League campaigns.

The tournament will take the round-robin format with each side playing each other once between Saturday 9th July and Saturday 6th August.

All fixtures have been confirmed but several venues are still to be confirmed but one date for your diaries – when Ascot United face Bracknell Town on 9th July at Larges Lane it will be the last fixture at the ground in it’s current format.

The FootballinBracknell Cup fixtures:

Ascot United FC  Vs Bracknell Town FC – Saturday 9th July at Bracknell Town FC – 2pm

Binfield FC Vs Wokingham & Emmbrook FC –  Thursday 14th July – Venue & Time TBC

Binfield FC Vs Bracknell Town FC – Saturday 16th July at Ranelagh School  – 2pm

Binfield FC Vs Ascot United FC – Thursday 30th July – Venue & Time TBC

Wokingham & Emmbrook FC Vs  Bracknell Town FC – Thursday 30th July at Ranelagh School – 2pm

Ascot United FC Vs Wokingham & Emmbrook FC  – Saturday 6th August – Time TBC

The second string sides for Ascot United, Binfield and Bracknell Town will all compete in the Suburban League next season and we understand Wokingham & Emmbrook will continue to compete in Hellenic League Division 2 East.

Are you looking for a new team, all four clubs are looking for players and holding trial days. Please visit our PlayFootball page here.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror.

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