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Jul 09, 2019

Under 11's players wanted

Next seasons (2019/20) Under 11s looking to recruit new players. Training on Thursdays 6-7 and match days Saturday morning.

Jul 09, 2019

The 2020 Ashridge Tournament

Dates confirmed for the 2020 APFC summer tournament.

May 13, 2019

Players wanted

Calling all Year 7s! Our U13's teams are welcoming new players.

May 04, 2019

Hurricanes Hold On

U15s: Ashridge Park 2 Teddington Athletic Hurricanes 3

A game ultimately dictated by a strong headwind blowing straight down the pitch sees third-placed Teddington hold off a second-half fightback from Ashridge to claim a deserved victory. Antonio Baciu scores both goals for the home side, who had trailed 3-0 at the break, but the third eludes them, with Reg Ryan closest, striking the outside of the post. Teddington had the greater quality on the ball, and missed a number of late chances to settle the game.

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Apr 27, 2019

Hearts See Red

U15s: Ashridge Park 4 Hearts of Teddlothian Lions 3

A game unfortunately marred by arguments between the away side and the official, culminating in the dismissal of a Hearts striker, as Ashridge fight back from a 2-0 deficit to take the spoils in a strong, gusting wind. Reg Ryan nets all four for Ashridge taking his season's tally to an astonishing 37 in nineteen appearances.

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Apr 06, 2019

Ashridge Dodge the Holiday Blues

U15s: Ashridge Park 4 Spencers Wood Hurricanes 3

With the Easter holidays driving a cart and horses through availability, Ashridge just about scrape 11 players together for this match against the division's bottom side. In an error-strewn game the visitors lead three times, but Ashridge level three minutes from the end, before nicking the points from a last-minute penalty. Two more for Reg Ryan, with Dan Baker and an own goal completing the scoring.

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Mar 30, 2019

Lions Roar Towards Title

U15s: Woodley Saints Lions 4 Ashridge Park 1

Ashridge are unable to stop Woodley's inexorable march towards the Division 5 title in this second meeting between the sides in the past three weeks. The Lions once again restrict Ashridge to a handful of chances, whilst at the other end some clinical finishing sees them establish a comfortable 3-0 advantage by half-time. Reg Ryan pulls one back for Ashridge as Woodley drop off the pace in the second period, but a strike from distance restores the cushion towards the end, and leaves the Lions needing just a point from their last two games to secure the title.

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Mar 23, 2019

Beating Hearts

U15's: Hearts of Teddlothian Lions 0 Ashridge Park 5

The long trip to Teddington is a fruitful one as Ashridge register a comfortable win despite some notable defensive absentees. Reg Ryan completes another hat-trick, taking his season's tally to 30, with further goals coming from Dan Baker and Antonio Baciu. A measure of the team's confidence comes when keeper Joe Savory steps forward to take a late penalty - which he then proceeds to miss!

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Mar 16, 2019

Lions' Pride

U15s: Ashridge Park 0 Woodley Saints Lions 2

A goal in each half sees Woodley go five points clear at the top of the table, with Ashridge failing to find the net for the first time since the opening day of the season. The visitors establish a vice-like grip on midfield and limit Ashridge to just a handful of chances, Antonio Baciu takes our star player award after coming closest to unlocking a miserly defence.

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Mar 13, 2019

The FA Charter Standard 2018-19

The FA have awarded Ashridge Park FC our Annual Health Check Certificate.

Mar 02, 2019

Raining Goals on the Bracknell Astroturf

U15s: Berks County Pumas 5 Ashridge Park 5

A crazy game with both sides suffering from defensive availability issues ends all-square as the Pumas fight back from 5-2 down midway through the second half. Reg Ryan puts Ashridge two up in the first quarter of an hour before a controversial goal gives the home side hope before half time as the referee overrules the assistant's offside flag. Dillon Malabon and Bertie Wilson strike early in the second half to put Ashridge clear, before another controversial award - this time a penalty for a challenge that appeared to be outside the box - reduces the arrears. Dan Baker restores the three goal cushion on the hour, but Ashridge fade in the latter stages, allowing the Pumas to level things up.

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Feb 23, 2019

Hoops Deny Park at the Death

U15s: Ashridge Park 3 Westwood Wanderers Hoops 3

Ashridge almost snatch a late win as Reg Ryan nets his second of the game three minutes from time, but the visitors reclaim a deserved point with a last minute strike from range having had the better of possession in the second half. Ashridge had looked the better side in the first period, but twice found themselves behind having failed to deal with set-piece deliveries. Jack Gillingham popped up with Ashridge's first equalizer, also from a set-piece. Jamie Cole takes the star player nomination for a strong performance on Ashridge's right flank.

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Jan 26, 2019

Park Cruise to Pinewood Win

U15s: Pinewood Panthers 0 Ashridge Park 5

Ashridge gain revenge for a surprise home defeat earlier in the season with a comfortable win at local rivals Pinewood Panthers. An early goal from Antonio Baciu is the only reward for Ashridge's superiority in the first half, but further strikes from Tayseer Alam, Reg Ryan (2) and a second for Antonio Baciu at the death provide a more realistic margin of victory. James Roberts takes the star player award at the heart of a makeshift Ashridge back four, who claim the side's first clean sheet of the season.

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Jan 19, 2019

Windsor Woe for Depleted Ashridge

U15s: Windsor Youth Harriers Gladiators 5 Ashridge Park 2

An Ashridge side missing four key players from the spine of the team comes unstuck on their visit to Windsor. A rocky quarter of an hour spell before half-time costs the blues dear as Windsor rack up a 4-0 half-time lead, and although Ashridge dominate the second period they had left themselves too much to do. Dan Baker and Antonio Baciu from the penalty spot briefly threaten a comeback, but Windsor rub salt into the wounds with a late fifth on the counter.

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Jan 12, 2019

Blues Knock Greens Off the Top

U15s: Westwood Wanderers Greens 2 Ashridge Park 3

Ashridge pull off a surprise but deserved win at leaders Westwood Wanderers Greens thanks to a thoroughly hard-working and disciplined display. The visitors posed a consistent threat to the Westwood goal with some incisive passes and pacey forward play, and got their reward with goals from Reg Ryan and Dan Baker (2). The home team have been toppled from 1st place as a result, with Teddington now taking over after a comfortable win against Berks County.

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Jan 05, 2019

Late Drama as Hurst Halt Park Charge

U15s: Ashridge Park 3 Hurst Twyford Hurricanes 4

An Ashridge side missing regular keeper Joe Savory recover from a 1-4 half-time deficit to come within a whisker of taking a point in a dramatic clash. Reg Ryan nets twice in the second half, before hitting the post in the closing stages, and then is denied from the penalty spot in the final minute as the visiting keeper pulls off a stunning save. Earlier James Riley posted a contender for goal of the season, finding the top corner with a 25-yard drive for the home side.

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Nov 24, 2018

Wasteful Windsor Punished by Park

U15s: Ashridge Park 3 Windsor Youth Harriers Gladiators 1

After an even first half ends 1-1 with Reg Ryan on target for Ashridge, Windsor let the home team off the hook, creating several clear openings at the start of the second period, but failing to hit the target. Ashridge gradually ease back into the game and seal their fifth win in a row with a Reg Ryan penalty on the hour and a late strike from Dan Baker.

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Nov 17, 2018

See-Saw Game Sees Ashridge Extend Run

U15s: Ashridge Park 4 Berks County Pumas 3

Ashridge emerged victorious in the tightest of games to notch up their fourth win in a row. The blues fought back twice to go in 2-2 at half-time, before taking their turn to lead twice in the second half, with the Pumas unable to find an equalizer at the end. Another hat-trick for Reg Ryan takes him to 16 in eight appearances this season, with Antonio Baciu also on target.

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Nov 10, 2018


U15s: Westwood Wanderers Hoops 2 Ashridge Park 4

Ashridge make better use of the conditions as four strikes from range see them overturn a 2-0 half-time deficit on a vast, sloping pitch in windy conditions against fellow mid-tablers Westwood Wanderers Hoops. Reg Ryan finds the net twice with a little help from the home keeper, whilst Jack Gillingham and Dan Baker also net with spectacular efforts from outside the box. James Riley takes star player for his efforts at the heart of a hard-working rearguard action in the first half, coupled to some well-judged forward forays in the second.

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Nov 02, 2018

Kartong Kicks Football Feet

Over the past year or so we at Ashridge Park been gathering together old kits (and boots) to send to kids in Gambia. 

Oct 27, 2018

Derby Win for Park

U15s: Ashridge Park 5 Wokingham & Emmbrook Rangers 2

A scrappy encounter sees Ashridge emerge with the points in this Wokingham derby against the bottom side in Division 5. The home team concede a sloppy goal in the second minute, but quickly recover to lead 3-1 before letting their opponents back into the game with an own goal just before the break. Two second half goals are enough to settle matters. Reg Ryan grabs another hat-trick, with Jamie Cole on the scoresheet for the second game running, and Tayseer Alam netting the fifth. Marcus Coppen takes the star player award for some great creative play in midfield.

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Oct 13, 2018

Comeback Kings

U15s: Spencers Wood Hurricanes 3 Ashridge Park 9

Ashridge produce a sensational response after a rocky 10-minute spell finds them 3-0 down early in this match at second-placed Spencers Wood Hurricanes. Dan Baker leads the fightback with two goals as the visitors overturn the deficit to lead 4-3 at the break, before running riot in the second half. Top-scorer Reg Ryan bags four, whilst Jamie Cole, James Riley and Antonio Baciu are also on target.

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Oct 06, 2018

Ashridge Out In Shoot-Out Drama

U15s: Ashridge Park 1 Curley Park Rangers Spitfires 1 
(Curley Park won 4-2 on penalties)

Curley Park survived a second-half onslaught from the home side to drag this cup-tie to a penalty-shoot-out. Reg Ryan found an equaliser for Ashridge on the hour after the visitors had taken the lead with a headed goal from a corner after 15 minutes, but the home side couldn't grab a second despite constant pressure. In the shoot-out, Joe Savory kept out the second penalty from the visitors to give Ashridge an early advantage, but Park failed to convert the next two to leave the visitors victorious.

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Sep 29, 2018

Present for Panthers

U15s: Ashridge Park 2 Pinewood Panthers 3

Ashridge throw away a game they dominated for the most part, failing to convert numerous chances, and then gifting two second half goals to their opponents. Reg Ryan scored twice to put Ashridge ahead in the first quarter of the match after Pinewood had led against the early run of play.

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Sep 22, 2018

Late Strike Sees Ashridge Off The Mark

U15s: Teddington Athletic Hurricanes 2 Ashridge Park 3

Ashridge overcome a determined fight-back from the home side on the first of this season's treks to the wilds of Middlesex, with Reg Ryan striking 5 minutes from time to earn our first three points. Earlier, newcomers Jack Gillingham and Tayseer Alam had given Ashridge a seemingly-comfortable 2-0 half-time lead, but a more robust performance from Teddington saw them draw level mid-way through the second period. Keeper Joe Savory takes the star player award for continuing to put himself in the line of fire even after taking a boot to the face when diving to collect at the feet of a marauding forward.

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Sep 15, 2018

Greens Grind Ashridge Down

U15s: Ashridge Park 1 Westwood Wanderers Greens 4

A valiant rearguard action from the home side against an accomplished-looking Westwood side new to the league this season. An Antonio Baciu penalty following a foul on Reg Ryan saw Ashridge lead against the run of play, before a fine run and finish saw the visitors level before half-time. A scrappy effort following a corner put Westwood in front mid-way through the second period, before two late penalties gave the scoreline a more emphatic feel. Jack Clayton and Marcus Coppen were outstanding filling in for the absent James Riley in central defence, with Jack getting the nod for Star Player.

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Sep 15, 2018

Home v Kids4Sports

What a difference a week makes...

Sep 08, 2018

No Joy On Opening Day Again

U15's: Hurst Twyford Hurricanes 5 Ashridge Park 0

A bigger, stronger and quicker Hurst side ease to a comfortable victory on the opening day of the season. Ashridge carved out some decent chances, but without top-scorer Reg Ryan and spearhead Jack Clayton this week, the finish was missing, whilst despite lots of honest endeavour at the back, the visitors always looked vulnerable against the aerial ball and the quick break. A good debut in central midfield from Jack Gillingham wins him our Star Player award this week

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Sep 08, 2018

2018-19 is underway

New year, new season, new size pitches and goals, and offside!!

Feb 19, 2017

u18 Park 2 Englefield 1

 Dan, Harnaam, David, Tommy, Jamie, Jake, Glyn, Danny, Jordan, Mitch & Ben

Subs - Jimmy & Oli


Feb 19, 2017

U18 Park 3 Basingstoke Colts 2

Team: Dan; Jamie David Tommy Hanaan; Matt Glyn Jacob; Aashay Mitch Ben; Sub: Jordan

Feb 06, 2017

Hearts 1 U18 Park 3

5 games unbeaten.

Team: Dan, Jamie, Tommy, David, Hanaan, Matthew, Glyn, Finley, Oli, Ben, Mitch, Danny

Goals: Mitch (18, 65, 83) 

Feb 06, 2017

U18 Park 5 Bracknell Town 1

Revenge for an ealier 5-0 defeat, whe we had just 8 players.

Team: Dan, Finley, Tommy, Jamie, Hanaan, Will, Glyn, Jacob, Matthew, Aashay, Mitch, Danny, David

Goals: OG (15), Danny (48), Mitch (81,90), Glyn (88)

Jan 23, 2017

Park in Pictures

A montage of shots across a few matches in our so far illustrious 2016/17 season

Dec 18, 2016

Hot, Cold, Foggy definitely Amusing!

U18 Old Windsor 2 v Ashridge Park 2

Team: Dan, Hanaan, Jamie, Tommy, Finlay, Danny, Matt, Jimmy, Aashay, Oli, Glyn, David, Jacob

Dec 10, 2016

10 December Ashridge Park Royals U18 3 (Bourne 3) Ashridge Park Royals U17 0

Bourne Fires Royals U18 to Semi Final

Dec 03, 2016

U18 Park Win 11 Goal Thriller

Ashridge Park U18 revenge a 5-1 Cup defeat to beat Hawley 6-5

Team: Dan, Hanaan, David, Tommy, Finlay, Matt, Glyn, Jacob, Aashay, Mitch, Danny, Will, Jordan, Jamie

Nov 28, 2016

Club Statement

Safeguarding Children

Nov 26, 2016

U18 Park Win!!

U18 Park record their first win of the season, against a side that had lost only one match previously.

Team: Dan, Jamie, David, Tommy, Fin, Glyn, Matt, jacob, Aashay, mitch Jordan, Jimmy  

Nov 20, 2016

Ashridge Park Royals U17 0 Ashridge Park Royals U18 0

Deadlock in spite of a Litany of Missed Chances

Nov 13, 2016

Enjoyable Friendly Encounter: Woodley Saints U17 2 Ashridge Park Royals U18 8

Woodley Saints U17 2 Ashridge Park Royals U18 8 (Mulipola 16,52,54; Claridge 27;Bourne 35,38,40; Ryan 78 )

Nov 06, 2016

Bourne Supremacy- Hat trick hero guides Royals to Plate Victory

Ashridge Park Royals U18 6 Barton Rovers Royals 1 (Edwards 14; Bourne 32,34,55; Allpress 66; Pizzey 78)

Oct 31, 2016

New Keeper Rumours

Talk of a new goalkeeper will just not go away

Oct 21, 2016

Club shop

Come and buy some tops, shorts and all sorts of Ashridge branded goodies.

Oct 09, 2016

Away @ Ascot

Another away at the glamour of Ascot

Sep 26, 2016

The joy of football

The wonder of the glorious game

Sep 17, 2016

Spot the ball

What a throw in. A new year, and throw ins. No roll ins, throw ins. #BOOM!

Sep 10, 2016

2016-17 season kicks off well

A great season start by the boys

Jul 16, 2016

The summer friendlies

Summer may be time off school, but park are hungry for football so we did some friendlies.

Jul 09, 2016

The Ashridge Tournament

As always a spectacular two day fiesta of football

Jul 01, 2016

Desperation to Delight!!!

Under 17 Park played only their second match in 7 weeks, away against Abbey Rangers. Due to various circumstances we started the match with just 9 players. To the players fantastic spirit the 21 minutes that passed until the 10th player arrived the match was still goalless. We played the rest of the match with 10 men.

Jul 01, 2016

Honours Even for U17 Royals

A bullet header from Owen Harper from Dan Pizzey’s inch perfect cross sealed a home point against a strong Laurel Park team

Jun 27, 2016

End of year

The annual end of year Ashridge awards

Jun 18, 2016

Summer friendlies

the fun continues through the summer

Jun 09, 2016

The campaign rolls on

More magic on the pitch

Apr 30, 2016

U17 Park 2 Ascot Scorpions 2

Our last game of the season played under floodlights at Ascot. 

A great performance by the team enabled us to get a draw against the team that would win the League 4 days later.


Apr 16, 2016

Ashridge Park Royals U17 9 Sandhurst 0

We find ourselves in our final game of the season on a bitterly cold April morning.  How fitting that our final game should be against long-term opponents Sandhurst.  The game was switch to St Crispins as no pitch was available at their venue.


Apr 09, 2016

Laurel Park Whirlwinds 2 Ashridge Park Royals U17 2

Another week, another crucial match.  This time, it was a visit to Laurel Park, our main competitor for the runner’s up spot. We had drawn with them in a lively encounter at St Crispin’s earlier in the season, and their abilities were well established illustrated by a run to the semi final of the Cup where they had defeated three First Division teams before finally succumbing to the League’s dominant outfit.Ashridge were slightly under-strength with 2 players missing injured, so the bench had 3 players on it, compared with the five on the home team’s bench.

Apr 09, 2016

U17 Park 2 Cove Youth 4

A familiar story as we played a match with 10 men again, no ones fault just the way things have been this season. This is if I am correct the 5th time this season we did not have a full complement.


Apr 09, 2016

The penalty shoot out

Plate runners up at Goals.

Mar 12, 2016

12 March : Shinfield Rangers U18 1 Ashridge Park Royals U17 2

Another Saturday, another tricky looking away match.  We had been drinking at the fountain on eternal luck when we managed to beat Shinfield 5-4 in our match at Crispins back in December.  Shinfield had subsequently gone on a run of 6 victories and 2 draws since then.


Mar 05, 2016

5 March: AFC Caversham Hurricanes U17 2 Ashridge Park Royals U17 5

After 2 disappointing defeats we faced a tricky looking encounter with an impressive AFC Caversham team.  With the squad down to its bare bones of the mere starting 11, many of whom were still shaking off the after-effects of a lively Friday evening, and a vast muddy undulating pitch, we were fearing a tough morning.


Feb 27, 2016

27 February: Ashridge Park Royals U17 1 Whitegrove Pythons U 17 2

So, remarkably, we find ourselves hosting our final league match of the season on a deceptively chilly February morning.  There are still 4 tricky looking away fixtures to go, but this is an opportunity to go out in a blaze of glory.
Early portents were good, with Dan’s long ball setting up Alex for a one-one-one with the stand-in keeper, who unfortunately saved the goal-bound effort.

Feb 20, 2016

U17 Park 6 v U18 Reeves

A bitterly cold wind tested the supporters endurance. The match started poorly for Ashridge as they conceded a goal after 2 minutes to a simple through ball. We struggled to get into the game and Reeves had more chances to increase their lead.


Feb 20, 2016

February 20: Reading Rangers 3 Ashridge Park Royals U17 1

So the moment of truth!  We travelled to table-toppers Reading Rangers, unbeaten all season, with the objective of winning all three points to match their points tally for the season, and throw the championship wide open.  Anything else, and realistically we would be looking at best at a runners up position in this, very successful, season.


Feb 20, 2016

West byfleet U18 3 v 1 U17 Park

Another back to the wall display. We started with 10 and finished with 9. We conceded 3 bizarre goals (for different reasons) having taken the lead. The match turned on a unbelievable chain of events in the second half.


Feb 06, 2016

Going for goal

Fluidity of play personified

Feb 06, 2016

February 6: Ashridge Park Royals U17 2 Caversham Trents U17 0

After yet more overnight rain, the pitch was deemed to be playable for an encounter with an in-form Caversham Trent team.  The key to success in this match was to start well and put the opponents on the defensive.


Jan 30, 2016

30 January 2016: Camberley Town U 17 0 Ashridge Park Royals U 17 5

After torrential rain had lead to the postponement of an entire schedule at St Crispins, we were surprised and delighted to find such the pitch in such excellent condition at Camberley.  The pitch seems quite long and narrow, and it was necessary to adapt our tactics accordingly.


Jan 23, 2016

U17 Park 2 v Fleet Spurs 1

For the second week running just 11 players available for the match, and for the second week running the 11 won stretching the unbeaten run to 5 games.


Jan 20, 2016

20 January: Ashridge Park Royals U17 3 Elstead Sharks 0

We finally returned to League action after a few weeks of rain with the visit of a much improved Elstead Sharks.  We had beaten them by a large margin early in the season, but they had recruited 6 new players and had won 3 of their last 4 games.


Dec 19, 2015

Ashridge Park Royals (U17) 1 Laurel Park Whirlwinds (U17) 1

Today we welcomed a strong Laurel Park side to St Crispins. Traditionally Laurel Park had been something of a bogey team of ours, and with the visitors already progressing to the quarter final of the Cup after vanquishing  two Division 1 teams as well as a Division 2 team, it was clear that we would be in for a difficult encounter.

Dec 19, 2015

Desperation to Delight!!!

Under 17 Park played only their second match in 7 weeks, away against Abbey Rangers. Due to various circumstances we started the match with just 9 players. To the players fantastic spirit the 21 minutes that passed until the 10th player arrived the match was still goalless. We played the rest of the match with 10 men.

Dec 12, 2015

...and the crowd chanted “SHOE SHOE SHOE”

...and the crowd chanted “SHOE SHOE SHOE”

Dec 12, 2015

Ashridge Park Royals (U17) 2 Caversham AFC Hurricanes (U17) 0

On a perfect morning for football, we welcomed Caversham AFC Hurricanes to St Crispins, 3 weeks after the original fixture had been postponed.

Dec 12, 2015

Snow Joke For Royals

As temperatures plummeted across Berkshire, the U8 Royals did their best to give big guns Bracknell Town Lions a frosty reception during Saturday’s cup clash at The Crispin’s Arena.

Dec 12, 2015

Christmas Pudding

Police would like to hear from anyone who observed this pudding at The Crispin’s Arena on Saturday morning.

Dec 05, 2015

The return home

After what has seemed a long time on the road with back to back away fixtures it was a welcome return to the home stadium of St Crispin’s.

Dec 05, 2015

Wokingham Winter Carnival

​The wintry weather was no match for the hardy souls from Ashridge Park FC, who manned our first ever stall at the Wokingham Winter Carnival. The stall was a huge success, raising further the profile of our club as a vital community organisation, which provides a safe and fun environment for around 300 local children to play football.

Nov 28, 2015

Away @ South Reading

As the team cars threaded their way through the inner city, navigated through the urban jungle of Berkshire’s Capital, little prepared us for our destination. Park in the rear playground and follow the fence around the back of the school they said. 

Nov 28, 2015

U14 Park away at Bracknell

Park travel to near neighbours Bracknell Town on Saturday 28th November with a full squad. Kick off at Brch Hill Rec, Ringmead, Bracknell, RG12 7AQ is at 10:30am. Players meet 10am.

Nov 28, 2015

U14 Park at Bracknell Town

U14 Park make the short trip to play Bracknell Town tomorrow at Birch Hill Rec

Nov 28, 2015

Ashridge Park Royals U17 v Shinfield Rangers U18

Ashridge Park Royals U17’s look set to face local rivals Shinfield 

Nov 28, 2015

Ashridge Park Royals (Under 17) 5 Shinfield Rangers (Under 18) 4

After one week’s lay off due to the weather, we welcomed Shinfield Rangers to St Crispins on a pleasant winter’s morning.

Nov 21, 2015

​Away @ Pinewood

Away @ Pinewood this Saturday, although due to the wet week beforehand a change of venue to our training venue at Edgebarrow.

Nov 21, 2015

Arctic Conditions Wreak Havoc With Fixtures

A blast of cold air from Siberia on Friday night resulted in many cancellations this weekend

Nov 17, 2015

Whitegrove Pythons 2 Ashridge Park Royals U17 5

After a couple of disappointing defeats it was important for us to return to winning ways with a trip to Whitegrove Pythons, a team we had not encountered since our memorable Semi Final victory some 6 years ago.  The game was moved to Bracknell as the Whitegrove home pitch has been taken over by the local travelling community.

Nov 07, 2015

Ashridge Park Royals U17 3 AFC Henley Eagles U18 4

After 36 hours of sporadic downpours , on a rain sodden pitch, and under an ominous looking grey sky, we prepared to welcome our highly rated Division 2 visitors from AFC Henley.

Oct 24, 2015

Ashridge Park Royals 1 Reading Rangers 3

So on to the big one.  A top of the table clash saw early season pace-setters Reading Rangers coming to Ashridge to defend their 100% record.

Oct 24, 2015

The home triple header

all three under 8′s sides were at the home stadium on the same morning and all three Park, Royals and Rovers had great results.

Oct 17, 2015

Caversham Trent Whites 0 Ashridge Park Royals 4

On a chilly autumn morning we made our first ever visit to Caversham to play Caversham Trents, a team that had just joined the League after playing the past few seasons in the Berkshire Youth Development League.

Oct 10, 2015

Ashridge Park Royals 5 Camberley Town Rebels 0

On a perfect morning for football, Ashridge started the game with no little purpose.  Within the first 5 minutes we already had 4 corners, on 6 minute Dom missed narrowly with a diving header from Owen’s cross, Ben W 20 yard drive was saved well by the keeper and then Ben C’s shot from 30 yards was caught by the busy keeper.

Oct 10, 2015

Bracknell 3 Ashridge Park 1

The score does not reflect how well the team played. It was another tight match with the team working well together, taking the coaching on board passing into space and playing great attacking football.

Oct 03, 2015

3 October: Bracknell Cavaliers Saints 0 Ashridge Park Royals 5

Today saw the 1st Round of the Cup on a fine autumnal morning. Bracknell Cavalier Saints had been very strong opponents last season, convincing 3-0 victors at St Crispins last October and 2-0 winners in the early stages of the Ashridge Park post-xmas renaissance.  

Oct 02, 2015

The long distance away match

Well we made it, all the way to the inner city. Teddington. I know its a long way from #woky, but the boys were up for it and excited about playing so far from home. It was a great match on a good pitch, all in all we had another great morning of Football.

Sep 26, 2015

Elstead Sharks 0 Ashridge Park Royals 17

What a glorious late Summer morning for this our maiden trip to Elstead in the picturesque Surrey countryside.

Sep 19, 2015

Ashridge Park Royals 2 Sandhurst 3

Today we welcomed our rivals from Sandhurst, the only opponent in this season’s division that we played last season.   We expected Sandhurst to be well-organised defensively, and we had to make any opportunities count as chances were likely to be few and far between. We were also wary of their noted prowess from set pieces.

Sep 12, 2015

Twyford Comets 1 Ashridge Park Royals 5

We travelled to near-neighbours Twyford Comets for what was surprisingly, our first ever League encounter, in this, our opening game of the 2015/16 season.  There was a full complement of players, and with 7 goals scored in our 2 pre-season games, hopes were high.

Feb 10, 2015

The new management team

With the extension of our under 8′s to three teams, meet our newest management team leading the Rovers forward, Dr Martin and ‘Big’Alan.