The FA Vase trophy at Wembley.
The FA Vase trophy at Wembley.

Where and how to watch Binfield FC in the FA Vase Final

There are plenty of ways to watch the Moles on Saturday
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The FA Vase trophy at Wembley.
The FA Vase trophy at Wembley.

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Binfield Football Club are headed to Wembley and 1,500 lucky people will be there in person to watch the Moles walk out under the arch.

If you didn’t get a ticket though, there are still plenty of ways and places to watch the game – including in the comfort of your own home.

But if you’d like to get involved with a bit of atmosphere there here’s a list of pubs (along with the messages they left us for the team) – starting with Binfield village – that will be showing the game.

Pubs showing the FA Vase Final:

The Victoria Arms – Terrace Road North: “Good luck for Saturday boys! We will see you when you bring the trophy home.”

Binfield Club – Terrace Road / Forest Road roundabout – visitors welcome with a member, get a membership here.

Admiral Cunningham – Priestwood Court Road, Bracknell: “Congratulations to everyone connected with the club and well done to the staff and players for giving so many young people from the area a day out that they will never forget. Good luck in the final on Saturday.”

Emmbrook Sports & Social Club – Based at Lowther Road in Wokingham, the bar will be open from 11:30am

Bracknell Rugby Club – The game will be on in the newly refurbished Stag bar. You’ll want to phone ahead and book a table.

Reading City FC – The Crossbar at The Rivermoor will be showing the game. The bar opens at 11:30am

If your pub is showing the game and you’d like to be added to this list, please post in the comments below or drop us an email via the contact us page.

LIVE! Follow all the build-up to the big game, including how people and local businesses are supporting the Moles on our live blog here.

A number of pubs that aren’t able to show the game, but wanted to wish the team luck include:

The Warren in Wokingham: “Good luck we hope you smash it. Unfortunately we don’t have any facilities for screening the football.”

The White Horse Wokingham: “Please wish them the best of luck and have a great day! From Clive, Tom and everyone at The White Horse.”

The Three Frogs: “We are supporting Binfield FC on our locals board in the pub. However we don’t have BT sport we are not a big sports pub, so we can’t show it unfortunately. We wish them all the luck from The Three Frogs.”

Oakingham Belle: “We would to wish the moles all the best of luck in the final at Wembley on Saturday. We are all behind you, come on you Moles.”

Please note, Binfield FOOTBALL Club will not be open for the game. Club secretary Rob Challis said: “We are not opening the football club until after the game so please support the Binfield Club and the Victoria Arms.

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