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The CONIFA World Cup quarter final fixtures at Bracknell Town

The big game of the day at Larges Lane see's Panjab and Padania face off in the last eight

The CONIFA World Cup quarter final fixtures at Bracknell Town

After a weekend of group matches it’s time for the quarter finals of the CONIFA World Cup with two matches to be played at Larges Lane on Tuesday, June 5.

The big game will see the 2016 runners up Panjab face fourth placed Padania at 3pm (buy tickets)in the upper bracket last eight, while at 6pm it will be Tuvalu vs United Koreans in Japan (buy tickets).

Padania will undoubtedly be the favourites for the 3pm fixture having not yet lost in the tournament while Panjab won their opening game 8-0 but then only picked up a point from the following two games.

Read more: the FiB guide to Larges Lane

The Korean side will already be familiar to Larges Lane having drawn 0-0 with Kabylia on Saturday  and will face a Tuvalu side who were unable to pick up a point in the group stage.

Related: All the CONIFA World Cup fixtures

On Sunday there was a raucous atmosphere at the Lane as Tibet lost 5-1 to Karpatalja – you wouldn’t have known which side was on the wrong end of the score line though and to quote Gandermonium on twitter, the crowd went potty when the Tibetans scored.


Bracknell Town have posted on twitter that there is no parking at Larges Lane today due to the 3pm fixture taking place during working hours.

The club have urged anyone travelling to the game to park in Bracknell Town Centre (The Lexicon) which is a five minute walk from the ground.

Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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