Football in Bracknell

Bracknell Town and Windsor clash in Allied Counties Youth League

Binfield youth team's Josh Harris is one of the Central Division's leading scorers

Bracknell Town and Windsor clash in Allied Counties Youth League

The full fixture list for the next few days in the Allied Counties Youth League has been posted and there are a couple of decent local ties to look out for.

Bracknell Town and Windsor meet on Monday night in the Central Division with both sides in 6th and 7th on 18 points after 10 and 11 games respectively.

The winners will go top of the table, at least until Wednesday when Ascot United are in action while Hanworth Villa, Flackwell Heath and Binfield play on Thursday.

The league have also released the leading scorers up to 29th November with Alexander Lacy (Bracknell Town) fourth in the Central Division with 11 while Josh Harris (pictured) and Toby Illingworth (both Binfield) have seven each.

Here’s the full list of fixtures for the week ahead. All the latest league tables are here.

Monday 3 December


  • Camberley Town vs Westfield


  • Bracknell Town vs Windsor


  • Colney Heath vs Burnham
  • Harefield United vs CB Hounslow United
  • Uxbridge vs Holmer Green

Tuesday 4 December


  • Ash United vs Cove
    Fleet Town vs Guildford City
    Knaphill vs Fleet Spurs

Wednesday 5 December


  • Hartley Wintney vs Ascot United


  • Chalfont St Peter vs Hanwell Town

Thursday 6 December


  • Flackwell Heath vs Thatcham Town
  • Hanworth Villa vs Sandhurst Town
  • Binfield vs Abbey Rangers


  • Aylesbury vs Didcot Town
  • Winslow United vs Buckingham Athletic

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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