All the Non League Day 2019 fixtures in Berkshire

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Non League Day 2019 is almost here as the next international break for the Premier League and EFL Championship means all (almost) all eyes can turn to non league football for one weekend.

There are of course other international break weekends, but the October break over the last 10 years has become a bit of an institution and date in the diary for many clubs and football supporters.

The annual event was started in 2010 by James Doe to see if he could persuade more people to visit their local non league club during the international break.

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There are plenty of fixtures across the county on Saturday 12th October and we’ve highlighted a number of them below. All fixtures are at 3pm unless otherwise stated:

Bracknell Town Res vs Richings Park
(Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy) Larges Lane

Cookham Dean vs Chalvey Sports
(Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy) Alfred Major Recreation Ground

Eversley & California vs Godalming Town
(Combined Counties League Division One) Fox Lane

Finchampstead vs Wraysbury Village
(Thames Valley Premier League) Memorial Park 2pm

Langley vs Wokingham & Emmbrook
(Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy) Summerleaze Village

Maidenhead Town vs Berks County FC
(Thames Valley Premier League) Bisham Abbey 2pm

Reading City vs Easington Sports
(Hellenic League Premier) Scours Lane 3pm

Reading City U23 vs Woodcote
(Thames Valley Premier League) Rivers Ibis Club 2pm

Sandhurst Town vs Holyport
(Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy) Bottom Meadow

Slough Town vs Billericay Town
(National League South) Arbour Park

Windsor vs Lydney Town
(Hellenic League Premier)

Woodley United Royals vs Windlesham United
(Thames Valley Premier League) Bulmershe Pavilions 2pm

To find out more, or source a game in another part of the country, visit the Non League Day website.

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