Ascot United to play in the Isthmian Football League

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Having secured a first place finish in the Premier Division North of the Cherry Red Records Football League for the 2022/23 season, the Yellas will play Step 4 football for the first time in club history.

The FA confirmed they will enter the South Central division of the Isthmian Football League for the 2023/24 season. Fellow Berkshire sides Binfield and Thatcham Town currently occupy the 20 team division.

As well as Ashford Town (Middx), Chertsey Town, Chipstead, Guernsey, Hanworth Villa, Leatherhead, Northwood, South Park (Reigate) Southall, Sutton Common Rovers, Uxbridge and Westfield. Badshot Lea and Raynes Park Vale are fellow CCL sides joining the Yellas, whilst Corinthian-Casuals and Hartley Wintney have both been relegated into the division and the Metropolitan Police chose voluntary relegation from the Southern League Premier Division South.

We look forward to welcoming new and old faces to the Racecourse in teams and supporters alike.

Up the Yellas!

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