Bracknell Town FC twitter and other social media accounts you must follow

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The discerning Berkshire non league football fan is well served for social media accounts to keep up with all the goings on and in’s and out’s at the counties Hellenic League Football Clubs.

Bracknell Town have one of the larges Twitter followings with over 5,500 followers while Hellenic neighbours Binfield aren’t too far behind with 3,200.

In this article we’ll list all of the twitter accounts of the clubs we feature regularly, as well as our own accounts – of which there are some specialist ones – and those of our friends in the non league blogging community you might also be interested in.

In the Hellenic League there are the following clubs:

If interested in all these clubs, FiB has a twitter list which features updates from all these clubs plus Maidenhead, Thatcham and others. You can follow it here.

Across in the Step 7 Thames Valley Premier League, we’d recommend giving the competitions official account a follow as well as Berks County here and the good value Maidenhead Town here plus Finchampstead.

Unofficial accounts

In addition to all those we have our own ‘unofficial’ club accounts which act as information feeds. Posting links to anything that is published on our own club pages or the teams official websites.

We’ve also setup accounts for our two main leagues we cover:

AND there’s our brand new women’s football account @fib_women. If you were interested in seeing more women’s football tweets and accounts then we have a big list here.

Other non league blog sites

As well as FiB, there are plenty of great blogs out there keeping abreast of non league football across the country. If you wanted to join this growing group then check out our guide to starting a non league football blog here.

In the mean time here’s our pick of the best non league football twitter accounts to follow:

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