Berks County striker Will Kennedy. Photo: Andrew Batt / contentello.smugmug.com
Berks County striker Will Kennedy. Photo: Andrew Batt / contentello.smugmug.com

Berks County prepare for life in the Combined Counties League

Swords will have just two weeks rest before pre-season begins
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Berks County striker Will Kennedy. Photo: Andrew Batt / contentello.smugmug.com
Berks County striker Will Kennedy. Photo: Andrew Batt / contentello.smugmug.com

This summer Berks County will be saying goodbye to the Thames Valley Premier League and will be joining Step 6 of the Football League pyramid. They have been placed in the Combined Counties Division One and have local games against AFC Aldermaston, Chalvey Sports, Eversley & California, Langley, Sandhurst Town and Woodley United to look forward to.

The club will be playing their league fixtures at Binfield FC’s Hill Farm Lane and the new season should see Berks County make their first appearance in the FA Vase. It gives another chance for a club based out of Binfield to make a Wembley final!

The club are currently looking for pre-season friendly opponents as they embark on their Step 6 adventure.

Berks County captain Dan Money. Photo: Andrew Batt / contentello.smugmug.com
Berks County captain Dan Money. Photo: Andrew Batt / contentello.smugmug.com

Berks County’s final Thames Valley League game is on the 16th June against Wraysbury at Staines Town, and with their pre-season training beginning on Thursday 1st July it will give the Swords a little over two weeks rest before training begins again!

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