Day: 30 March 2024

April Fixtures

We are now into the last month of the season (boo) and the Moles are looking to clock up the points to help them avoid relegation.

The remaining fixtures are;

April 4, 2024 @ 7:45 pm – Binfield vs Northwood
April 6, 2024 @ 3:00 pm – Binfield vs Ashford Town (Middx)
April 9, 2024 @ 7:45 pm – Binfield vs Sutton Common Rovers
April 11, 2024 @ 7:45 pm – Badshot Lea vs Binfield
April 13, 2024 @ 2:00 pm – Guernsey vs Binfield
April 16, 2024 @ 7:45 pm – Binfield vs Corinthian-Casuals
April 20, 2024 @ 3:00 pm – Binfield vs Raynes Park Vale
April 27, 2024 @ 3:00 pm – Binfield vs Uxbridge

With six of the remaining games at home, there is no better chance to come down and watch The Moles in action.

Match Preview: Badshot Lea FC – Away

After their 5-0 win away at Chipstead, the Moles are quickly back in action with one of three games this week. The first one is away at Badshot Lea FC.

Matchday: April 2nd, 2024
Kickoff: 7:45 pm

About Badshot Lea FC

Established in 1904, Badshot Lea Football Club played in local leagues before joining the Surrey Intermediate League, where they won Division One in 1936-37, 1937-38, and 1985-86. After winning the Challenge Cup in 1987-88 and the Invitation Cup in 1989-90, they were relegated to Division Two but won the division in 1992-93. They then moved to Division One East of the Hellenic League in 2003, winning the Supplementary Cup in 2005-06 and being promoted to the Premier Division in 2006-07. They made their debut in the FA Cup in 2014 and were relegated to Division One in 2016-17 but promoted back to the Premier Division the following season. The club was placed in the Premier Division South in 2021 and was runners-up in the division in 2022-23, earning promotion.

Head To Head

The Moles have already played Badshot Lea twice this season. They lost 6-0 away in a Velocity Cup tie and 3-0 at home in the league.


Prices are;

  • Adults: £10
  • Concessions: £5
  • 13-17: £1
  • Under 12’s: FREE

About Operatix Community Ground

Address: Operatix Community Ground, Westfield Lane (Entrance off Riverdale), Wrecclesham, Farnham, Surrey GU10 4PF

Chipstead 0-5 Binfield FC – Match Report

A clinical Binfield FC grab their 4th win of the Isthmian League season as we take all three points from Chipstead, and close the gap to 7 points.

A tense opening 20 minutes saw a lack of chances for either side, but this was to be expected for a clash between two sides battling at the wrong end of the table.

The first chance of the game fell to Binfield and Tyler D’Cruz. He found some space on the edge of the area after some brilliant combination play between Parker and Holland on the left hand side, D’Cruz, however, couldn’t keep his shot down and it flies over the bar.

It was D’Cruz who was on the end of a long throw from Luke Wayborn, but his header from 10-yards out rattled the crossbar before coming back to him, his subsequent shot being blocked behind for a corner.

The Moles eventually found a breakthrough, and it was new signing Mitch Parker who slotted home from 6-yards-out after D’Cruz’s effort was parried by Baldwin Kaluya, putting the moles a goal ahead at the break.

The Moles switched on at the start of the second-half and doubled our lead just 6-minutes after the break as Connor Holland, who also signed for the club in mid-week, finished off a goal-mouth scramble as the ball was crossed to the back post after D’Cruz’s effort was well saved.

Chipstead struggled to defend against the Moles side who looked full of confidence, and that showed on the hour-mark as Rahzir Smith-Jones finished off a well worked move, with his first goal for the club.

It was then Lindo’s turn to get his name on the score-sheet, and it was his cool finish that put the Moles 4-goals ahead with 10 minutes to play.

Charlie George, another Moles substitute, found the back of the net as he tapped home Smith-Jones’ corner to cap off a fantastic Moles display at The NRT Stadium.

Next up for the boys is a Tuesday trip to Badshot Lea, before a run of three home games, starting on Thursday night.