Coronavirus sees non-league football fixtures postponed

Updates on the situation with football competition across Berkshire
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First it was the storms Ciara, Dennis and Jorge, now the Coronavirus pandemic has hit non league football programme with many competitions following the lead of the Premier League and EFL and postponing fixtures.

This article will be updated with the latest information available from competitions. The latest advice from the British Government is available here.

National League

The Vanarama National League have issued a statement saying games will go ahead across its three division at the weekend. Teams affected: Maidenhead United, Slough Town, Hungerford Town.

Hellenic League

The Uhlsport Hellenic League has suspended all fixtures until April. Teams affected: Reading City, Binfield, Virginia Water, Windsor, AFC Aldermaston, Woodley United, Chalvey Sports, Wokingham & Emmbrook, Langley, Holyport, Wallingford Town.

Combined Counties League

No update at the time of writing. Teams affected: Ascot United, Eversley & California, Sandhurst Town.

Thames Valley Premier League

No update at the time of writing.

Isthmian League

BetVictor Isthmian League fixtures have been postponed for the next two weekends. Teams affected: Bracknell Town.

Southern League

The BetVictor Southern League has confirmed fixtures over the next two weekends are off, but may return on Monday 23rd March subject to a review. Teams affected: Thatcham Town.

East Berks Football League

The EBFL have have reportedly given teams a choice to play or not. However we’ve seen no official confirmation of that so please check with your club.

Suburban Football League

The competition, home to a number of reserve teams is reportedly also due to take place this weekend. As per the EBFL, we’ve seen no official confirmation of that so please check with your club.

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