Berks & Bucks Senior Women’s Cup: Reading FC Women take on Chesham United in final




Beaconsfield Town Football Club will once again play host to a final as Chesham United Ladies are set to face the academy squad from Reading Women in the Berks & Bucks Senior Women’s Cup. The Women’s Senior Cup is for those teams competing in Tier’s one to six of the pyramid including the Women’s Super League all the way down to the Southern Region Women’s Football League.

Journey to the final

First round

Wycombe Wanderers FC Women 0-4 Chesham United Ladies


Chesham United Ladies 8-1 Ascot United Ladies
Milton Keynes Dons SET Women 2-4 Reading Women


Abingdon 0-1 Chesham United Ladies
Reading Women 4-1 Maidenhead United Women

A word from the manager

“Everyone at the Academy is very much looking forward to the game today. We have used the competition as another development opportunity for our Academy players. It has provided them exposure to Senior football where the physical and psychological demands are different to academy football. Now that we have reached the final it has added yet another dimension to their development.

The players have shown fantastic dedication and commitment throughout the season and the growth both individually and collectively has been excellent. They deserve this opportunity to showcase their talents against a very good Chesham team who will pose us many problems.

I am sure we will see a good game of football and help further promote the high standard of womens football in our local area”.

Related: Rob Gier on Ascot United, coaching Reading FC Women youngsters and captaining the Philippines

Venue details

Beaconsfield Town FC Holloways Park, Windsor Rd, Beaconsfield, Bucks, HP9 2SE

The nearest train station is Beaconsfield. The 102, 103 and 104 buses all runs services from station to the ground.

Ticket information

Tickets are available to purchase on the day. Adults are £5, children are £3, U5’s free.

Can’t make it to Beaconsfield? There’s plenty of other women’s fixtures across the county on Sunday to attend.

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