Day: 4 October 2023


Binfield FC 1-1 Chertsey Town – Match Report

Binfield earned their second Isthmian League point of the season with a well-deserved draw at the Iconic Stadium.

After a quiet first half, the Moles had the best chance at the end of the first half when Troy Murray played through Jimmy Bamgbose but he was unable to get his shot away and then from the resulting corner Michael Stanic-Stewart was able to head the ball back across goal but Rechan Esprit’s shot was well blocked.

Chertsey then had a golden opportunity to take the lead early into the second half when the ball was played through the Gianluca Totti but Nicholas Harvey, on his Binfield debut, did well to close down the angle and turn the ball behind for a corner.

Esprit then tested Nicholas Jupp from long range who did well to get down to his left and then on the hour mark, Dontaye Whittaker was played through and bought down in the area with referee Stephen Hawkes pointing to the spot. Whittaker picked himself up and sent Jupp the wrong way to give the Moles the lead.

Then they had a couple of opportunities to double their lead but Murray’s shot was blocked and Ben Stallard’s effort was straight at Jupp.

Chertsey got their equaliser with ten minutes to go when Toby Little’s free kick was nodded in by Liam Flanighan. They thought they had won it when Gareth Chendlik headed in six minutes later but linesman Ricky Ansher had his flag up and the points were shared.

That puts the Moles two points from safety and they face 18th place Metropolitan Police at the Iconic Stadium on Saturday.

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Match Preview: Metropolitan Police FC – Home

Following the 1-1 draw against Chertsey Town on Tuesday night, the Moles are in action against fellow strugglers Metropolitan Police FC.

Matchday: Saturday October 7th, 2023
Kickoff: 3 pm

About Metropolitan Police FC

The Metropolitan Police football club was established in 1919 and initially played friendlies before joining Division One East of the Spartan League in 1928. They won their division in their first season, and after league reorganisation, the club won the Premier Division title in the 1929-30 season. The club has won multiple titles and cups, including the Surrey Senior Cup, London Senior Cup, and League Cup. In 2010-11, they won Division One South, earning promotion to the Premier Division. The club has made several appearances in the FA Cup first round, with the most recent being in the 2018-19 season. They were transferred to the Premier South division of the Southern League in 2017-18 as part of the restructuring of the non-League pyramid.

Last Game

In their last game, Metropolitan Police FC beat Chipstead FC 4-0 whilst the Moles drew 1-1 with Chertsey Town FC.


Tickets can be purchased on the gate. We take both cash and cards on the gate.

Prices are;

  • Adults: £10
  • Concession: £5
  • Under 16: £1

About The Iconic Stadium

Address: The Iconic Stadium, Hill Farm Lane, Binfield RG42 5NR

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

The Iconic Stadium is a modern non-league football ground with parking on site, disabled access and more including:

  • Licenced bar
  • Tea bar serving hot and cold food
  • Disabled access to pitch side
  • Toilets
  • Standing and seated covered areas to watch the match
  • Card payments taken on the gate, in the bar and at the tea bar.

There are over 100 spaces available to park at the ground.