As we head into 2022, here’s a summary of the forthcoming fixtures for the Ascot United Men’s, Allied Under 18 and Ladies’ teams (Ladies section updated 31st Dec):
The Yellamen’s next game is a home league game against Windsor FC on Saturday January 8th. Following the news that Maidenhead United have withdrawn from the County Cup, Ascot will now proceed directly to the 2nd round where they will entertain Thatcham Town at The Racecourse. This game could potentially be played on Tuesday 18th January – TBC. Fixtures are now updated for January here.
Ascot United Allied U18
After four successive wins leading up to the Christmas break, the Young Yellamen climbed to 2nd in the Allied Counties League table, one point behind Westfield with a game in hand.
Their next game is a home league cup tie with Virginia Water on Tuesday 11th January – the same night as Ascot United travel to Stag Meadow to face Waters’ senior side.
However, all eyes remain fixed on 8th February – a game which could influence the destiny of the title!
|11/01/2022 19:40||Ascot United U18 Allied||v||Virginia Water U18||League Cup|
|18/01/2022 19:30||Fleet Town FC U18 Youth||v||Ascot United U18 Allied||South Division|
|31/01/2022 19:45||Virginia Water U18||v||Ascot United U18 Allied||South Division|
|08/02/2022 19:45||Ascot United U18 Allied||v||Westfield FC U18||South Division|
|14/02/2022 19:45||Fleet Spurs U18 ACYL||v||Ascot United U18 Allied||South Division|
Ascot United Ladies
Darrel Evans’ Ladies team were 5th out of 9 heading into the Christmas break having played just seven league games – the lowest of all teams in the Southern Region Women’s Football League. With 16 league games to play in total, 2022 will be a busy time as they play catchup. The SRWFL have only released their next two fixtures, beginning with a trip to Winchester City Flyers on Sunday 16th January before entertaining Oxford City one week later. ***UPDATED 31st Dec: ASCOT UNITED LADIES ENTERTAIN ABINGDON UNITED LADIES ON SUNDAY 9TH JANUARY, RACECOURSE 2PM)***
Ascot United Ladies Reserves
John Swallow’s table-topping Ressies have gone a whole year unbeaten and look set for the Thames Valley League Division 3 East title even with just nine games played and a crushing goal difference.
They’ve completed half of their league programme and still have an interest in the league cup, but the league have currently only released their next 3 fixtures, beginning on Sunday January 9th.
|09/01/2022 14:00||Ascot United Ladies Reserves||v||Hawley Ladies||Division 3E|
|16/01/2022 14:00||Ascot United Ladies Reserves||v||Larkspur Rovers Ladies||Division 3E|
|23/01/2022 14:00||Holyport Ladies||v||Ascot United Ladies Reserves||Division 3E|