Football in Bracknell
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Guide to Flackwell Heath FC and Wilks Park

Matchday information for Flackwell Heath including ticket prices and travel information

Guide to Flackwell Heath FC and Wilks Park

Our guide to Flackwell Heath and Wilks Park has been compile courtesy of information supplied by Jo Parsons.

We hope you enjoy your visit to the Heathens. To see all the away day guides, visit our section here.

Ground address: Wilks Park, Magpie Lane, Flackwell Heath, Buckinghamshire HP10 9EA Contact the club: [email protected]

Club website: www.fhfc.co.uk Social media accounts: @fhfc1907

Tickets

Does the club offer a season ticket or membership?

No season tickets available.

Standard adult matchday ticket price: £6.00

Standard concession (OAP/under 16) match ticket price: £3.00

Facilities, food and drink

Facilities available at the ground: Licensed bar / Covered standing / Covered seating / Tea bar / Hot food / Hard standing around the pitch / Floodlights / On site Car Parking / Pitchside alcohol consumption permitted / Match day programme

Cost of a cup of tea or coffee: £1.10

Cost of a match day programme: £1.00

Cost of a burger: £2.70

Cost of a pint of standard lager: N/A

The local area

Nearest railway station: High Wycombe – book a ticket here

Nearest pub: The Cherry Tree or The Stag

Best pub in town: As above and Three Horseshoes

Nearest hotel: Premier Inn High Wycombe Beaconsfield – book a room here

Nearest bus stop: Fernlea Close served by the BB14

Taxi company: N/A

What’s worth seeing locally to make a day of it: What’s worth seeing locally to make a day of it: High Wycombe is nearby, but if you visit anywhere other than Bekonscot Model Village & Railway we’ll be severely disappointed.

Please note, this information has been sourced from the club and is accurate at the time of publication. It should not be considered an endorsement by named club or FootbalinBracknell. If in doubt about any match – please ALWAYS check with the hosting club before you travel.

Tom Canning

<p>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.</p><br />

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