Bracknell Town Youth Team put in a valiant effort but finished this years Arsenal International Tournament with 1 win and 3 defeats.
Manager Steve Jenner was rightly delighted with his side, particularly after their win over Hayes & Yeading United.
Bracknell Town Ladies romped home in the Arsenal Tournament with an 8-0 win over South African side Marks Parks to seal the cup at Royal Holloway University last night.
The win means the Ladies can’t be caught by Old Actonians who face Marks Parks tonight.
Bracknell Town Ladies almost clinched the Arsenal Tournament Ladies Cup last night at Royal Holloway University, but were held to a draw by Colne Valley Ladies.
The Robins can still win the Cup tonight but need a victory of South African side Marks Park to clinch the trophy, a draw may also do depending on results elsewhere.
An understandably delighted Youth Team manager Steve Jenner was full of praise for his side after they came from two goals down to beat Hayes & Yeading 3-2 in the Arsenal Tournament tonight.
Jenner (pictured), who said he was excited about his squad earlier this week, saw his side come back from the dead with 20 minutes remaining.
Bracknell Town Ladies got their first foray into the Arsenal Tournament at Royal Holloway University off to a flier with three straight victories in their opening games.
The club are competing in the first ladies competition at the tournament since 2008.
Bracknell Town Youth Team opened their 2011 Arsenal Tournament campaign with a 2-1 defeat to East London side Beckenham on Sunday.
The young Robins now face Hayes & Yeading United tomorrow night in their second match at Royal Holloway University (ko 7pm).
Bracknell Town Youth Team and Bracknell Town Ladies take part in the annual Arsenal International Soccer Festival at Royal Holloway University this weekend.
The Festival runs from 23rd to 30th July and features teams from USA, Canada, South Africa, Spain, Egypt, Greece, Bahrain, India, Ireland and Italy amongst others.
The road to Wembley begins on Saturday when hundreds of teams kick off the 2013/14 season FA Cup, and for Bracknell, Division 1 West side Fairford Town are the visitors.
We’ve had an email from a former player Peter Coombes who played for Bracknell Town in the mid 60′s.
Bracknell Town welcome Reading League Premier Division side REME Arborfield to Larges Lane in the Berks & Bucks County Intermediate Cup Fourth Round this evening (ko 7.45pm).
Bracknell Town head to Hellenic Premier Division strugglers Kidlington in the FA Carlsberg Vase on Saturday in need of a morale boosting win after last weekend’s FA Cup exit (ko 3pm).
Bracknell Town Youth Team boss Steve Jenner is eagerly anticipating the new season following a pre-season re-shaping his championship winning side. Here he talks exclusively to bracknelltownfc.com about the 2012/13 season.
The Bracknell Town FC Charity 5-a-side team raised just under a £100 for the Thames Valley & Chiltern Air Ambulance, but fell agonisingly short of qualifying for the knockout stages of the clubs tournament on Sunday.