Football in Berkshire
Fun Stuff

Live Berkshire Virtual County FA Cup draw

The draw for the group stage has been made

Live Berkshire Virtual County FA Cup draw

We’ve put a lot more effort in to this than we care to admit, and now we’ve managed to pull together video and an updating list that will show you the groups for the Berkshire Virtual County FA Cup as they are drawn.

For the competition that will take place via a series of Twitter polls, there are 64 teams due to be drawn in to 16 groups of four, with the top two in each group going in to the open draw for the knockout stages.

Watch the draw live here:

Group A

Reading City
Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies
Cookham Dean
Caversham United

Group B

Bracknell Town
Woodley United
Wraysbury Village
Hartchester Hawks

Group C

Slough Town
Wokingham & Emmbrook
William Twigg

Group D

Maidenhead United
Wargrave Ladies
Slough Town Ladiea
Iver Heath

Group E

Newbury Ladies
Caversham AFC Ladies
Thatcham Flames
Kintbury Rangers

Group F

Ascot United
Eversley & California
S4K Ladies
Bracknell Rangers

Group G

Reading FC
Old Windsor
Hype Train

Group H

Chalvey Sport
Sanctuary Strikers

Group I

Ascot United Ladies
Tilehurst Panthers
Mortimer Ladies
Slough Heating Laurecients

Group J

Woodley United Ladies
Barton Rovers Royals
FC Imaan Lions

Group K

Berks County
Reading YMCA
Thames Valley Railway

Group L

Thatcham Town
Eversley & California Ladies
Reading Royals Futsal

Group M

Maidenhead Town
AFC Crowthorne Ladies
Eldon Celtic

Group N

Maidenhead United Women
AFC Aldermaston
FC Bracknell

Group O

Reading FC Women
Sandhurst Town
Holyport Ladies
Bracknell Titans

Group P

Hungerford Town
Westwood Wanderers
Singh Sabba Slough
Datchet Village

Support Football in Berkshire: Advertising your business on FiB is costs just £100 for a whole year. It’s a great way to get in front of on average 20,000 readers a month. By advertising with us, you help keep our website going and ensure that we can keep putting the time in to support and publicise the game we all love. Find out more here.

Don’t run a business? You can still support Football in Berkshire’s future by make a small contribution through the Ko-Fi button below:

Don’t miss a kick this season, make sure you are following @fiberkshire on twitter for all the latest football news from across the county. You can also find us on Instagram here and Facebook here.

Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.