FA Vase away days: All Bracknell Town and Windsor fans need to know




Uhlsport Hellenic Premier Division sides Bracknell Town and Windsor are on the road on Saturday looking to extend their respective FA Vase runs.

The Robins head to Kent to face Lordswood in the Third Round while Windsor have a slightly shorter trip across the Berkshire border to Surrey to face Walton & Hersham.

We’ve had a quick look to see what fans planning on heading to these games can expect at the two grounds, first up:


Ground address: Martin Grove Lordswood Sports and Social Club, North Dane Way, Chatham, Kent ME5 8YE

Tickets/entry fee: £7 adults, £3.50 concessions and £1 for under 16s

Facilities: Within the ground there is a tea bar serving hot and cold drinks and hot food (burgers etc) and a selection of chocolate bars. The clubhouse is situated just outside the ground – where you can get plated meals and the usual bar and bar snacks are available.

Distance from Bracknell: An hour and 31 minutes via M3/M25

Nearest railway station: Rainham (Kent), 2 and a half hours with 2 changes

Nearby hotels: A few selections around Lordswood if you fancy stopping over

Related: 9 things you didn’t know about Bracknell, Thatcham and Windsor’s FA Vase third round opponents

Walton & Hersham

Ground address: Elmbridge Xcel Sports Hub, Waterside Drive, Walton on Thames KT12 2JP

The Elmbridge Xcel Sports Hub. Photo: Groundtastic - The Football Grounds Magazine.
The Elmbridge Xcel Sports Hub. Photo: Groundtastic – The Football Grounds Magazine.

Tickets/entry fee: £8 for adults and £5 for concessions

Facilities: The Swans moved to the Xcel Sports Hub this season from Stompond Lane. The brand new facility includes covered spectator seating for over 500 as well as a function room with bar and separate kitchen facilities.

Distance from Windsor: 39 minutes via A308

Nearest railway station: Upper Halliford (Just over an hour from W&E Riverside) or Walton on Thames (1 hour 20 from W&E Riverside)

Nearby hotels: A few selections around Walton if you fancy stopping over


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