Bracknell Town are Surrey bound and Binfield play first home fixture

Bracknell Town striker Liam Ferdinand celebrates a goal. Photo: Neil Graham.



Bracknell Town striker Liam Ferdinand celebrates a goal. Photo: Neil Graham.


Bracknell Town are on the road for the first time this season in the Bostik League South Central Division 1 with a visit across the county border to Moseley.

It’s been quite a number of years since Bracknell will have played a league fixture in Surrey – the Hellenic League footprint’s most easterly location was often East Berkshire.

Molesey’s season didn’t get off to a brilliant start last weekend, beaten 3-0 by Marlow on the opening day while the Robins Liam Ferdinand got the only goal of the game as Bracknell beat Waltham Abbey 1-0.

The big question for Robins fans is whether FA Vase winner and new signing Harrison Bayley will make his debut for Bracknell.

Elsewhere Binfield have their first home fixture of the season after two Hellenic League and one FA Cup away day. The Moles welcome Holmer Green fresh from a midweek win over Ascot United.

Talking of the Yellamen, Ascot are also at home welcoming Lydney Town while Reading City will want to get over their FA Cup disappointment quickly when they host Fairford Town at Scours Lane.

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All Saturday matches kick-off at 3pm, all Sunday matches kick-off at 2pm and all midweek matches kick-off at 7.45pm unless detailed next to the above fixtures. Please always check with the host club before you travel if you are in any doubt.

Bostik League South Central Division 1

  • Moseley vs Bracknell Town

Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division


Uhlsport Hellenic League Division 1 East

  • Didcot Town Development vs Holyport
  • Wallingford Town vs Bicester Town
  • Wokingham & Emmbrook vs AFC Aldermaston


Combined Counties League Division 1

  • Bagshot vs Epsom & Ewell
  • Bedfont & Feltham vs Sandhurst Town
  • Frimley Green vs Eversley & California


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