Ticket prices & parking. All you need to know about Bracknell Town vs Binfield




Bracknell Town will make their eagerly anticipated return to Larges Lane on Tuesday night with the visit of Binfield in the Uhlsport Hellenic Premier League (ko 7.45pm).

The mammoth project to turn Larges Lane from rundown ground to state of the art facility is almost complete and will be open to the public officially on Tuesday with a high profile local league match.

Want to get a taste of what the ground looks like? Watch our video tour:

Ticket prices

Entry to the game is set at £5 for adults with children 16 and under, as well as OAPs admitted for free.

Eat & drink

We have been advised that the bar for the game will be located in the ‘top bar’ while the insides of the new facility are complete.

The kitchen in the top bar will act as a temporary tea bar.

Related: 14 images of Larges Lane that will take you back to 2007


The club have advised that driving to the game is not ideal with parking limited. A big crowd is expected and walking or public transport is the best option.

Anyone who is driving, the club have requested you do not park in Goodways Drive or the roads off of it.

Courtney Buses 53, 156, 192, 702 and 954 all serve London Road A329 and stop outside the Royal Oak pub (Bay Road stop) with a short walk towards Bracknell & Wokingham College and Larges Lane from there. See the full timetable here.

Bracknell Railway Station is also a short walk away from the ground.

Read more: Larges Lane passes big league inspection

Is this the first game?

Bracknell Town Ladies at Larges Lane on Sunday evening. Photo: Tom Canning.
Bracknell Town Ladies at Larges Lane on Sunday evening. Photo: Tom Canning.

It will be the first senior men’s game on the pitch after passing a league inspection on Friday morning. The club have played an under 21s friendly on the pitch on Saturday, and Bracknell Town Ladies played their first game on the pitch on Sunday afternoon.

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