Why Caversham United are just a Sunday League team

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Caversham United's Zac Dellow. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

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In football, as in life, it’s important that people and football clubs know their place.

None more so than Caversham United of the Reading & District Sunday League, who are just a regular plain old Sunday League team who drink too much, pay over the odds for a grass pitch, scrabble around for an 11 on a cold Sunday morning like the rest of us and.. well that’s about it.

Right?

RIGHT?

What?

Kit launches

So far so normal.

They’ve got a Women’s team? What?

They’re going to be in the Vitality Women’s FA Cup this season as well.

Caversham United Women debut appearance at the Burghfield Summer Tournament Photo: Georgia Graham
Caversham United Women debut appearance at the Burghfield Summer Tournament Photo: Georgia Graham

They’ve adopted a goat..

Who do they think they are? FC Koln?

They’ve collab’d on a beer and it’s called Goat Milk

Craft beer is nonsense anyway.

Okay so 13k Twitter followers is pretty impressive, but I bet they don’t use it for good

Alright.. so they’re alright. That’s impressive.

Do they do ANYTHING SUNDAY LEAGUE AT ALL?

Well yes, sometimes their goalkeeper doesn’t turn up (second tweet, and like it says, Sound ON)

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See you soon goats!

Caversham United's Chief Goat.
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