Louis Bouwers says farewell to Yellas after 6 and a half years

#WeAreAscot.

We are sad to announce that Louis Bouwers will step away from Ascot United after six and a half years at the club. Louis has and always will be a fan favourite and has had a huge impact both on and off the pitch.

Louis leaves having made 207 appearances for the Yellas, with 15 goals to the centre back’s name, including that sensational winning penalty against Wycombe Wanderers to send the team to the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup Final to face Reading U23’s in the 2021/22 season.

“After 6 and a half incredible years I’ve made the difficult decision to leave the club and look to move onto the next chapter of my football life.

The club is a special place with many wonderful people at the heart of it. You know who you are and I cannot thank you enough for everything you have done for me on and off the pitch. It has been a privilege leading the side and playing a part in the clubs development over the years, making 200+ appearances, lifting 3 trophies and above all building lasting connections throughout the club for the first team.

To the Yellawall, it’s been a pleasure getting to know all of you on a personal level. The impact you have on the side is more than you expect so keep the noise coming next season and get behind the group, I am sure they’ll deliver more success for you to cheer.

Signing off a vase winner and league centurion is a dream, love you all. “

Louis has played a vital role in the success of the club with a Hellenic League Cup, Combined Counties Premier Division North title and most recently the FA Vase trophy to his name, all whilst taking the role of club captain in his stride. Louis is a model example of a leader both on and off the pitch and we are forever grateful for his service at the club.

Once a Yella, always a Yella.

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