Join our WhatsApp non league football chit chat group

A football at The Rivermoor, Reading. Photo: Tom Canning



A football at The Rivermoor, Reading. Photo: Tom Canning


Football in Berkshire is always looking at new ways to keep you all up to date with what’s going on, and we’ve hit upon the incredibly novel idea of setting up a WhatsApp group so we can all stay in touch.

The group will allow you to ask us questions and we’ll post the best and latest news as we publish in the group.

We hope it will be a good source of information for everyone and we’ll do our best to keep you informed as and when things happen.

We’d also love to hear from you if you are at games, send us pics and videos of the grounds you visit and any goals you witness.

GET UPDATES TO YOUR PHONE! We’ve setup a new ‘Breaking News list’ in WhatsApp so you can get all the latest news as it happens. If you’d like to join the list, please send ‘fiberkshire’ in WhatsApp to 07739 468 202 or fill out the form below.

How to join us on WhatsApp

If you’d like to join the group please add your email to the form below and send it to us, we’ll then send you the link to the WhatsApp group in return. Please note we never share details with anyone.

We’ve also got twitter pages for all the Berkshire regions and our main twitter account @fiberkshire which – if we may say – is well worth a follow, as is our facebook page.

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