FA Vase: Corsham Town v Ascot United preview


Usman Lalustani in action against West Didsbury & Chorlton Photo: Shooting Stars

Ascot United will head West once more as they make their way to Corsham Town on Saturday 1st of April in the Semi-final of the Isuzu FA Vase with a 3pm kick off.

Saturday’s hosts currently sit fourth in the Premier Division of the Hellenic Football League having played twenty nine league games (W20 D6 L3).

Tickets are selling fast and are expected to sell out so make sure you secure yours on Corsham’s ticket store here. If you’d like to travel up on the Yellas supporters coach, we have a limited number of space available, please contact our Chairman to confirm your spot.

FAQ’s: All you need to know ahead of our trip to Corsham Town

The journey so far for Corsham Town

First Round Qualifying Corsham Town 3-1 Cove
Second Round Qualifying Brislington 2-2 Corsham Town (Pens 5-6)
First Round Proper
Keynsham Town 0-4 Corsham Town
Second Round Proper Roman Glass St. George 1-3 Corsham Town
Third Round Proper Royal Wootton Bassett Town 0-0 Corsham Town (Pens 3-4)
Fourth Round Proper Corsham Town 1-0 Deal Town 
Fifth Round Proper Corsham Town 1-1 AFC Brixham (Pens 4-3)
Quarterfinals Peacehaven & Telscombe 1-1 Corsham Town (Pens 2-3)

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The journey so far for Ascot United

First Round Qualifying Long Crendon 1-5 Ascot United
Second Round Qualifying Ascot United 10-1 AEK Boco
First Round Proper 
Newport IoW 0-1 Ascot United
Second Round Proper Broadbridge Heath 0-3 Ascot United
Third Round Proper Ascot United 4-0 Little Common
Fourth Round Proper Buckland Athletic 1-3 Ascot United
Fifth Round Proper Bridgwater United 0-1 Ascot United
Quarterfinals West Didsbury & Chorlton 1-1 Ascot United (Pens 3-4)

If you’d like to send your good luck wishes to the management and players, you can drop a message to our Marketing & Media Manager.

Elsewhere in the competition, Congleton Town welcome current title holders, Newport Pagnell Town. Meanwhile, in the CCL; Reading City play host to Harefield United, Flackwell Heath head to North Greenford United, Broadfields United welcome Egham Town and Burnham are on the road to Wembley.

Up the Yellas!




Ascot win 2-1 to ease nerves Goals from Brendan Matthew and Ollie Harris earnt Ascot United a battling 2-1 win at Corinthian Casuals on Tuesday


Ascot United win 4-1 in fine display Ascot United Women produced a stunning all round team performance as they routed Woodley United 4-1 on Sunday


More misery for struggling Yellamen Marlow struck the woodwork three times but scored a goal in each half as they cruised to an ultimately comfortable