Binfield Football Club is home to hundreds of young footballers across Bracknell Forest and includes youth and senior teams.
But where do the Moles call home? Well, that’s a fairly straightforward question to answer in that it’s the smart-looking Hill Farm Lane ground on the outskirts of the village.
The club’s address is Binfield FC, Hill Farm Lane, Bracknell RG42 5NR. What3Words fans should search bath.topic.vocal or click here.
The ground, sometimes mistakenly called Stubbs Hill – the name of a road that runs down the side of the ground, sits just off Hill Farm Lane in Binfield which itself is accessed via the B3018 (Church Lane).
The facility includes three football pitches, a superb clubhouse and bar as well as changing rooms, a medical area and tea bar.
If you’d like to come and experience a Moles matchday, why not check out the First Team fixtures here.
How far is the ground from Binfield village?
Hill Farm Lane is a 20-minute walk from the centre of Binfield village or a brief three-minute car journey.
It is an eight-minute drive from the nearest railway station in Bracknell town centre.
The nearest bus stop to the ground is on Church Lane and is served by the 151 and 151A Thames Valley Bus service which travels between Bracknell Bus Station and Wokingham Station. More details on the bus route here.
Is there parking at Binfield FC
If entry into Binfield Football Club feels a little narrow with a country lane or two thrown in for good measure, then you’ll be delighted to hear the club boasts an ample car park with plenty of spaces, including a few more recently added following the removal of a ‘mole hill’.