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Binfield’s new ladies and girls teams recruiting new players and holding open training sessions

Pre season training and friendlies underway for newly formed club

Binfield’s new ladies and girls teams recruiting new players and holding open training sessions

Binfield’s two new women’s teams are on the lookout for new players to join their adult and youth teams.

The adult side have been backed in their first season thanks to a £1,500 Football Foundation grant as well as benefiting from a sponsorship with Wokingham based Honey B Beauty Bar who will sponsor the clubs new kit and player of the month award.

The club are holding training sessions every Tuesday and Thursday throughout August – run by qualified coaches – at Forest School in Winnersh (for details on how to find the training ground scroll down the page) and this will continue until the opening match of the season in September.

Training sessions are ‘open’ sessions with new players welcome to attend, but please contact manager Tom Canning on 07739468202 or [email protected] to confirm your attendance.

Binfield Ladies enjoying their half time break at Wantage Town.

Binfield Ladies enjoying their half time break at Wantage Town.

The adult side played their first pre season friendly on Sunday, going down 2-0 to a useful Wantage Town side and have two more friendlies planned.

  • Sunday 13th: Binfield vs Larkspur Rovers
  • Sunday 27th: Binfield vs Basingstoke Town Reserves

The team has a facebook group which has dates for all training sessions and matches which all prospective players are encouraged to join. Visit the page here.

Under 18s side

The Moles newly formed youth team will play in the Thames Valley Counties Women’s League youth division with a pathway to the clubs adult women’s team.

Binfield under 18s will be formed from the clubs under 16 girls side and play matches on Saturday mornings. Training will take place during the week with the adult team with players encouraged to progress in to the adult game.

To be eligible to play for the under 18s you must be aged between 15-17 on 1st September.

If you would like to find out more please contact manager Steve Rushin via [email protected] or 07545 991809.

Both teams are looking for players to join for the coming season and anyone keen to join in is encouraged to contact the relevant team manager.

How to find the Forest School training pitches

The training pitches at Forest School are located on Arbor Lane off Robinhood Lane.

The entrance to the pitches is down a gravel track which is located on the right about 0.1 miles from Robinhood Lane past Kelburne Close.

How to find the Binfield Ladies training pitches.

How to find the Binfield Ladies training pitches.

You can find out more about Binfield Football Club and the ladies teams on the club website here.

The ladies club have setup a twitter account here and an instagram account here to chart the clubs progress through the season.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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