Following the announcement today it has been confirmed that the local COVID restriction level has been increased from Tier 2 (High Alert) to Tier 3 (Very High Alert).

In light of these changes the club management have met and reviewed the guidelines and can confirm the following:

Mens & Ladies 1st Team Fixtures
Given the increase in restrictions, in line with government guidelines until further notice we are only able to welcome up to 150 home team supporters that reside within Berkshire. Tickets are only available to order online in advance of the fixtures and spectators will be asked to confirm that they are supporters of Ascot United FC and that they will comply with government travel restrictions whilst ordering.

Youth Football
There are no immediate changes to the junior or youth football and teams may continue to play and train provided that they continue to follow the relevant government guidelines until informed otherwise.

The health and safety of everyone connected with Ascot United FC is our priority and we kindly ask that you continue to follow all government guidelines to stay safe and well.




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Harry Laflin 100th Appearance

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New Club Director

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Weather Watch

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