Ascot United confirm date for first game at redeveloped Racecourse Ground




It’s been a long summer of redevelopment at Ascot United’s Racecourse Ground but the wait for the first game back at home is almost over.

The Yellamen have played all their Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League Premier Division fixtures away so far this season and reversed several FA Cup and FA Vase fixtures.

The club have had an artificial surface laid, replacing the grass pitch at the club and had significant work including new standing areas for spectators around the pitch.

The Premier Division leaders – who drew 1-1 at Hanworth Villa on Saturday – will play Guildford City on Tuesday 8th October.

Related: The great opening night offer from Ascot United

Ascot United manager Neil Richards. Photo: Neil Graham.
Ascot United Director of Football Neil Richards. Photo: Neil Graham.

The Yellamen’s Director of Football Neil Richards will be on the Berkshire Football Stories Podcast on Friday 4th October talking about the redevelopment, what it means for the future of the club and much more aside. Listen to past episodes and subscribe to get the next episodes here.

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