Join our ‘Wall of Fame’ with our Buy-a-Brick initiative


When you walk into the ground you will have noticed the current ‘Wall of Fame’, we’re therefore pleased to announce, that due to popular demand, we are relaunching our Buy-a-Brick campaign.

Stuart Flurry, a junior coach, who now plays for our Vets setting the first bricks in place in 2010

We first launched back in 2010 and it’s fantastic to see so many of the people named on the bricks are still associated with the club. We are looking to expand the wall around the building and get as many of our players, teams, friends and family names up as possible. We are and always will be a community club, what better way of showing this than having our members names on the bricks of our building.

If you would like to Buy-a-Brick then the process is straightforward, either email Emma Dunbar directly or fill out this form and hand it into the cafe or email it to Emma.

All the money raised will be going back into the club as we constantly work to improve our facility and provide football for as many members of the community as we can.

Bricks can be purchased for a £40 donation for individuals, friends and family or £40 + VAT for businesses who wish to support the campaign.

We are Community. We are Committed. We are Ambitious. We are Ascot.




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