Author: Chloe Donna Streak

Binfield FC secure a 3rd round place into the FA Vase!

After an intense 90+ minutes from both sides, James McClurg secured the final penalty spot kick to win Binfield FC through to the 3rd round of the FA Vase, beating Newhaven 1-4 on penalties.

With the home side winning an impressive 4-1 scoreline against Ascot United in their last home game before lockdown, Binfield FC knew they was up for a challenge. The first 45 minutes proved a real threat for the away side, with Newhaven scoring in the 13th minute, giving them the lead at half time.

After a strong tactical talk at the 45 minute mark, the Moles came out stronger than ever in the second half. With Captain Sean Moore scoring 2 goals within the last 45, Newhaven pressured back, leaving the final score 2-2 at the Trafalgar Ground.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions within the game, extra time has been scrapped, which sent both the sides straight into penalties.

With Binfield FC being the first on the penalty spot, Ollie Harris steps up and slot’s a lovely ball into the back of the net. Newhaven then stepped up. With Grace looking confident as ever in goal, he make’s a superb save to block Newhaven from slotting into the back of the net, leaving the current score at 0-1 on penalties.

After an intense few minutes and with Binfield FC scoring all penalties from the spot so far, slotted away by Harris, Short and Willment, Newhaven miss again after another superb save from the Binfield Keeper.

With the stadium atmosphere feeling intense and with all fans feeling on edge, it was now Binfield’s turn to take the pen. Walking up to the spot was James McClurg, a squad player and manager for the moles. With the referee blowing his whistle, McClurg slots away and scores, leaving Binfield FC with a secured win through to the 3rd round of the FA Vase.

….A great win for the Moles!

FA Vase: Newhaven vs Binfield FC Parking Information

Binfield FC kickstart their FA campaign down in Newhaven this Saturday in the second round of the FA Vase.

Postcode for SAT NAV – BN9 9DA

Due to the location of the ground, there our some restrictions that have been put in place. If you are visiting by car then please park either in the Industrial estate behind Newhaven FC or in front of the recreation ground, which is adjacent to the football ground.

We advise that you do not park down Court Farm Road, which runs alongside the club, as this is in a residential area. The road is followed by double yellow lines and is currently patrolled by parking enforcement. Leaving your car at risk could lead to your vehicle being clamped or towed away.

This action has been put into place by the local area due to complaints, so we advise that we don’t cause anymore whilst attending tomorrows FA Vase game against Newhaven!

We hope that all fans travelling down for the game have a safe journey and prepares their voices! We want to make tomorrow a big one!

Soccer School is Back, Again!

After recent events regarding the UK’s winter national lockdown, Binfield FC’s soccer school is being kick-started back up on Sunday 6th December 2020, following Government guidelines.

With Government guidelines and social distancing still being vitally important, each family that attends will need to scan two QR codes to register when arriving at Hill Farm Lane. This step is vital to ensure that all members that attend the ground are safe.

Binfield FC’s plan is to run on (weather permitting of course):

Sunday 6th December 2020

Sunday 13th December 2020

Sunday 20th December 2020

As a club, we hope that the soccer school will resume into the new year, but again, we will be keeping an eye out and adhering to government guidelines and instructions.

Binfield FC Covid-19 Statement from our Chairman

Following Government guidelines and classification from the FA, there will be no football played by Binfield FC from Thursday 5th November until Thursday 3rd December 2020. This includes all games and training.

The club will be fully compliant with guidelines issued to us by the UK Government and the FA, following the national lockdown that was announced last Saturday by the Prime Minister. Having stated this, these restrictions are subject to members of parliament voting on Wednesday 4th November 2020 (Any changes will be announced by the club).

The FA’s aim is to ensure that the 2020/21 season is completed at all non-elite levels.

This is a temporary lockdown that we all will be facing as a country, and it’s vital that we all work together too ensure we can beat the virus. Our main intentions as a club are to finish the season on a high and aim to give the boys a good run once the restrictions have been taken out of place.

The club acknowledges that as we enter another lockdown, it will bring a variety of different stresses and strains that we hoped we wouldn’t have to go through again, but as a club, we appreciate and salute those individuals on the front line of this pandemic, who are going more than the extra mile to ensure we are as safe as we can be.

Please do you part in this and attempt to be part of a solution to help rid us of this virus. Please keep an eye out on your friends, family, loved ones and immediate neighbours and help were you can. Check in on your friends and family on a regular basis, they may need your help and will always appreciate a call.

Stay safe, follow all the guidelines, and lets get through this!

Bob Bacon, Binfield FC Chairman.

The club house and changing rooms at Hill Farm Lane. Photo: C2 Photography.

Binfield Sunday Soccer School is back!

We are happy to announce that our Sunday Soccer School is back in action at Hill Farm Lane, every Sunday at 9:30am.

Binfield FC welcome both boys and girls aged between 3-6 years old, to come and play in our soccer school! With all of this in mind, COVID-19 social distancing rules still do apply at the club when attending.

If you are attending Binfield FC’s soccer school, please respect our local neighbours and we ask under any circumstances, that you do not park on surrounding roads. This would cause distribution and traffic to our local neighbours. Please use the car park provided at the football club if possible.

If you have any queries or questions, then please contact Bob Bacon at

Despite the circumstances relating to Covid-19, we are excited to get our young ones kickstarted back into the game! We hope to see you there!

Binfield FC secure new sponsorship deal with WINBACK UK

Binfield FC are pleased to announce our new sponsor for the 2020-21 season, for the first team and the Under 7’s football teams.

This is a strong significant partnership between both the football club and WINBACK UK as it covers a three-year period supporting the club. The WINBACK UK logo will be incorporated onto the front and rear of our shirts and as a result, the club will benefit from physiotherapy training, strength, conditioning training and also alongside this, have access to physiotherapy for injuries during the coming season.

Binfield chairman Bob Bacon said “We are delighted to have WINBACK UK as part of the Binfield FC community. As a company nearby us, it continues to cement the connections we have locally. We look forward to the next three years of partnership”.

Paul Donnelly, CEO of WINBACK UK commented “We are delighted to become the first team and under 7’s shirt sponsorship and to be able to bring to the Team Physio Technologies that are widely used by International, National and Olympic athletes in their injury prevention & Recovery programmes. As a local business, we believe passionately in supporting our community and look forward to a long-term winning relationship.

WINBACK UK is part of the WINBACK group, who sell products and services that accelerate the rate of rehabilitation to the health, wellness, and fitness market. The work with football clubs, rugby clubs, athletic clubs and cycling clubs, proving a level of care that is significantly different to their previous operations. WINBACK UK has worked with clients such as the 19/20 Premier League champions Liverpool FC, Wolves FC, Newcastle United, The FA Centre at St Georges Park, The Welsh Football Association, Sheffield Wednesday and Plenty More….

We look forward to incorporating both services to provide top quality treatment to our players throughout not only the 2020/21 season, but also over the course of the next three years.