Allied Counties Youth League release 2021/22 constitution

Bradley Ayisi in action for Wokingham & Emmbrook against Aldershot Town in the Allied Counties Cup Semi-Final. Photo: Andrew Batt.

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Bradley Ayisi in action for Wokingham & Emmbrook against Aldershot Town in the Allied Counties Cup Semi-Final. Photo: Andrew Batt.

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The full constitution for the 2021/22 Allied Counties Youth League competition has been released and impacts Berkshire sides including Ascot United, Wokingham & Emmbrook, Slough Town, Thatcham Town and Windsor.

Windsor moves from South to Central division, whilst Wokingham & Emmbrook do the reverse moving from Central to South. This season sees the introduction of a West division to make five altogether. A total of 39 teams will make up the constitution.

In June, the league announced five clubs – including Slough Town – would be re-entering teams in the competition: “We welcome 5 clubs returning to the ACYL next season. Ash United, Buckingham Athletic, Frimley Green, Hillingdon Borough and Slough Town will be part of our family going forward.”

North Division (8 teams)

  1. Buckingham Athletic
  2. Chalfont St Peter
  3. Clanfield 85
  4. Flackwell Heath
  5. Holmer Green
  6. Penn & Tylers Green
  7. Risborough Rangers
  8. Thame United

East Division (8 teams)

  1. AFC Hayes
  2. CB Hounslow United
  3. Hanwell Town
  4. Harefield United
  5. Hillingdon Borough
  6. North Greenford United
  7. Uxbridge
  8. Wembley

South Division (8 teams)

  1. Abbey Rangers
  2. Ascot United
  3. Fleet Spurs
  4. Fleet Town
  5. Frimley Green
  6. Virginia Water
  7. Westfield
  8. Wokingham & Emmbrook

Central Division (7 teams)

  1. Basingstoke Town
  2. Burnham
  3. Didcot Town
  4. Hartley Wintney
  5. Slough Town
  6. Thatcham Town
  7. Windsor

West Division (8 teams)

  1. Aldershot Town
  2. Alton
  3. Ash United
  4. Badshot Lea
  5. Cove
  6. Farnham Town
  7. Guildford City
  8. Walton & Hersham

Football in Berkshire is looking for an Allied Counties Youth League correspondent to file a weekly round-up. If you are interested please have a read here and get in touch via editor@footballinbracknell.co.uk

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