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What we know about Windsor FC’s FA Vase Fourth Round opponents

It's Sutton Common Rovers or AFC Uckfield Town for Windsor, here's what we know

What we know about Windsor FC’s FA Vase Fourth Round opponents

The 2018/19 Buildbase FA Vase Fourth Round draw was made live on Talksport 2 on Monday 3rd December and pitched the only Hellenic League and Berkshire side left in the competition, Windsor, with another away day.

The Royalists, along with Bracknell Town and eventual winners Thatcham Town reached the Quarter Finals last season and will play either AFC Uckfield Town or Sutton Common Rovers at the beginning of the New Year.

Uckfield and Sutton Common will meet on Saturday 8th December after the original fixture, due on Saturday 1st was postponed due to the weather.

Which leagues do they play in?

Sutton Common Rovers – at the time of writing SCR are second in the Combined Counties League Premier Division after 15 games. The CCL is the same level as the Hellenic League Premier.

AFC Uckfield – The Oakmen are mid-table in the Southern Combination Premier Division having played 15 games. Again, the SCL is the same level in the English Football Pyramid as the Hellenic League Premier.

Dan Roberts. Photo: Neil Graham.

Dan Roberts, one of Windsor’s FA Vase heroes. Photo: Neil Graham.

Where’s closest?

In terms of an away day both clubs are easily accesible for away supporters, by that we mean not a 10 hour round trip to the North East.

Sutton Common  play their home games at Sutton United’s Gander Green Lane in West London which is a 52 minute, 31 mile drive from Windsor.

Uckfield’s The Oaks ground is in East Sussex and is a one hour 32 minute or 63 mile drive from Windsor.

The full draw for the FA Vase Fourth Round is here. The full round dates are here and you can see the round by round prize fund guide 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. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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