Following the governments announcement this evening that the local area will be placed into Tier 4 restrictions from midnight tonight the club will be closed with immediate effect until further notice. Whilst we await announcements from the appropriate leagues we fully expect all football activity across the club (including training and the planned Soccer Camp) to be put on hold until further notice.

Whilst we are obviously all disappointed we understand that difficult decisions need to be taken to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the wider community.

We have and will continue to work tirelessly to follow the latest guidance as it becomes available in order to protect the health of our members, staff and visitors.

Whilst this will be an unusual one we would like to take the opportunity to wish all those connected with the club a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.

Please follow the guidance issued and remain safe and well – we look forward to welcoming you back when it is safe to do so.




This afternoon we have made the decision to close Ascot United Football Club until further notice.  The government announcement tonight might well have left us

Harry Laflin 100th Appearance

We were fortunate enough to catch up with Harry Laflin after he was presented with a an award for making his 100th appearance for the

New Club Director

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Graham Jones to the main Board of Ascot United Football Club.  Graham is already heavily involved in

Weather Watch

Goaters Road – Ascot Jubilee: Pitches are closed this weekend 19th /20th December, pitches are too wet to play. Racecourse: Top Junior Pitch 9am and

News Update

It has been a tricky and often frustrating 1st half of the season this year for both staff, managers and players. Thank you to all