Football in Berkshire is going to pay for your next match ticket




Thanks to the unprecedented number of businesses stepping forward to support Football in Berkshire’s efforts over the coming season, we have decided to pay a little bit back to you.

If you’d like to know which businesses are supporting us. We’ve listed them here.

Over the next few weeks we’ll be paying for some of you to attend your next non league game in Berkshire, whether it’s Maidenhead United in the National League, Bracknell Town in the Isthmian League or Wokingham & Emmbrook in the Hellenic League.

Last weeks winner was Hungerford Town fan Dave Allen who is going to Hungerford Town vs Dartford on Bank Holiday Monday.

How does it work?

First up then, we’ll pay for two adults to head to their chosen match in Berkshire this weekend – either on Friday 23rd or Saturday 24th August. You can see a full fixture list of FA Cup matches in Berkshire here (Berks sides in bold). The full weekend fixture list will be out shortly.

So how do you win the tickets? Very simple. See the tweet below? All you need to do is retweet it and ensure you like our account @fiberkshire here.

This weeks competition closes at 3pm on Friday 23rd August.

Terms & Conditions

  • The chosen fixture must be a non league fixture (I.E. outside of the EFL)
  • The chosen fixture must be a home tie for a Berkshire club
  • FiB will pay for two adult tickets to the chosen fixture

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