Thank you and Happy New Year from Ascot United

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Happy New Year from all at Ascot United!

As 2022 draws to a close, we’d like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all the people and businesses that make Ascot United a success and wish you all a Happy New Year as we ring in 2023 and hope the club continues to go from strength to strength.

Thank you to all our wonderful volunteers, there are hundreds of you who give your time and effort up every weekend, be that as a manager, coach and all the other wonderful people who make Ascot the great club it is.

Thank you to all our brilliant sponsors who show support to us all year round through sponsorship of teams, pitchside and beyond.

Thank you to our fantastic supporters, be that of our Senior First Teams or all the way down to the Junior teams just starting out their footballing journey as a Yella.

Related: Who are the Yellas? A guide to every team at Ascot United

From Neil Richards, our Director of Football & Simon Negus, our Chairman

As we say goodbye to 2022 I wanted to thank all of our members, parents, volunteers and staff a very Happy New Year. We have had some amazing highlights over the last twelve months and I’m especially proud of watching our girls’ and women’s section thrive and grow as well as the formation of our mixed disability team – Up the Warriors!

We look forward to 2023 and we commit to continue to develop all areas of the club, making Ascot United a community football club that we can all be proud to be part of. Some special times ahead I’m sure! 

Neil

I’d like to wish all of our members a very happy and healthy New Year and a reminder to get in touch if they know anyone in the wider community who is struggling and might need our support.

Simon

You can see when all the fixtures at the Racecourse and our other sites resume by heading to our fixtures page here.

We’d like to wish you the happiest of New Year’s, however you celebrate, and we can’t wait to see you all in 2023. Up the Yellas!

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