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Suburban Football League 2016/17 early fixtures and constitution

Trend-setters Binfield Reserves and their manager Ellis Woods will kick off their Suburban League Premier Division campaign with a trip to new boys Woking on Saturday 13th August.

The Moles will be joined in the Suburban League by Ascot United and Bracknell Town this season, but both will begin in Division 1 Central after opting to transfer for the Hellenic League Division 2 East.

So far, only the Premier Division has a full opening day fixture list which looks a little like this:

North Greenford Utd vs Leatherhead
Boreham Wood Reserves vs Knaphill
Maidenhead Utd vs Tonbridge Angel Reserves
Royston Town Reserves vs Corinthian-Casuals Reserves
Uxbridge Reserves vs Metropolitan Police Reserves
Woking vs Binfield Reserves

In the Central Division 1, Ascot United will host Hartley Wintney but there is no scheduled fixture for Bracknell.

Ascot Utd vs Hartley Wintney
Northwood vs Godalming Town
Westfield vs Eversley & California

The full constitution for Suburban Football League Premier Division looks like this:

Binfield Reserves
Boreham Wood Reserves
Corinthian-Casuals Reserves
Knaphill
Leatherhead
Maidenhead United
Metropolitan Police Reserves
North Greenford United
Royston Town Reserves
Tonbridge Angel Reserves
Tring Athletic
Uxbridge Reserves
Woking

Suburban Football League Central Division

Ascot United
Berkhamsted
Bracknell Town
Dunstable Town
Eversley & California
Farnham Town
Godalming Town
Hartley Wintney
London Colney
Northwood
Westfield

Suburban Football League South Division

AFC Croydon
Chessington & Hook United
Cray Valley
Crowborough Athletic
Erith Town
Horley Town
Molesey
Redhill Reserves
Sevenoaks
Tunbridge Wells
Walton & Hersham
Whitstable Town

Binfield, Ascot United, Bracknell Town and Wokingham & Emmbrook are all currently competing in the FootballinBracknell Pre Season Cup competition. Full details including a table and fixtures are 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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