Keith Thomas: A Bracknell Sunday League legend




Tributes have been paid to Bracknell & District Sunday League chairman Keith Thomas who sadly passed away on Thursday.

Described as ‘the godfather of local football’ and ‘a gentleman and thoroughly nice man’, Mr Thomas will be sorely missed by all of us.

The sad news was shared by the League’s Twitter account: “The League is deeply saddened to hear of the passing this evening of Chairman, Keith Thomas. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Sonia, Keith’s wife and the rest of his family at this sad time. RIP Mr Keith Thomas.”

If you would like to leave a tribute to Keith, please feel free to in the comments below or on the Bracknell Sunday League tweet above. The thoughts of everyone at Football in Berkshire are with Keith’s family and friends.

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3 thoughts on “Keith Thomas: A Bracknell Sunday League legend”

  1. What a generous kind and considerate man.
    He will be missed by many local football legends and was still playing walking football right up until his health deteriorated, ( he even played with an oxygen cylinder on his back ). He will be sorely missed by all at BTWFC. And everyone involved in local football.
    RIP Keith

  2. Keith was a friend and full of encouragement to me and many others, we first met when he joined Bracknell Town Walking FC,he was always there to help everyone who needed advice or medical treatment. We at BTWFC are devastated at his passing and the entire club send their condolences to his family and close friends.

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