Ascot United v Chalfont St Peter preview & programme


Brendan Matthew, Usman Lalustani, Harry Grant, Jay Welch and George Lock celebrate scoring against Harefield Photo: Shooting Stars

Your Premier Division North Champions will welcome Chalfont St Peter to the Racecourse on Saturday 15th of April in their final home league fixture of the Combined Counties Football League 2022/23 season with a 3pm kick off.

Ascot were crowned champions on Thursday night away at Edgware & Kingsbury as they sit comfortably first in the table having won twenty nine in thirty four games, with three draws and two losses to their name. Meanwhile, Chalfont St Peter, who the Yellas secured a 1-0 victory against in March, sit in eighteenth with seven wins, six draws and twenty one losses. Their most recent result a defeat to Virginia Water at home who they lost 1-0 to.

From the Chairman, Simon Negus

In any sport you don’t win promotions on paper or in boardrooms – you earn it by creating a spirit and togetherness that helps you to overcome adversity, you earn it by training hard when no one is watching, and by performing under pressure week in week out.  No one can argue the squad hasn’t earned the right to play at Step 4 next season and we as a whole club should be enormously proud of the achievement.  To the likes especially of Jamie and club captain Louis Bouwers, who have both been here through “null & void” and PPG fiascos, you have finally got what you deserve… well done everyone!

The players and management team will rightly get the plaudits, but we are also so fortunate to have amazing support…I hope all of our supporters new and old have enjoyed this season and are looking forward to the journey ahead in Step 4.

Related: Ascot crowned league champions

Be sure to stay post-match to watch the Yellas lift the CCL trophy at home!

“This is a very special group. The atmosphere and togetherness within the squad is on another level and this is the reason as to why they have been so successful. I am incredibly proud to represent them as their manager and they deserve all the credit that comes their way. We set out for promotion and we have created history for the club as the side that takes the club into step 4 football for the first time!”

Jamie Tompkins, Men’s First Team Manager

From the manager, Jamie Tompkins

I extend my gratitude to my brilliant management team, who have been phenomenal throughout our time at the club. Their experience, commitment, dedication and friendship is of huge value to me and we can finally say, we did it, we finally achieve our target and we can really look forward to the league cup semi-final and FA Vase Final at Wembley.

To our amazing supporters, thank you for following and supporting us across the country this season. Your encouragement and kind words have been so greatly received and I know the players really appreciate seeing you at games. I am so glad we have given you something to proudly shout about.

Elsewhere, Egham Town host Windsor, Wembley welcome Flackwell Heath, Reading City are on the road to Burnham and Wallingford & Crowmarsh head to Edgware & Kingsbury.

FA Vase: Tickets are now on sale for our Isuzu FA Vase on Sunday 21st May and we’d love you to be there to fill the Yellawall in the East Stand. We also have coach travel options available. You can also get your hands on a replica shirt, designed by our kit suppliers Serious Sport.

With thanks to Shooting Stars Photography for providing so many brilliant match day images for us and the team programmes this season.

Up the Yellas!