On the road again as Parkway head to Bottom Meadow

A tough 1-0 defeat at the hands of Hanwell Town on Saturday leaves Parkway looking for a response in midweek, and their quest takes them to Bracknell Town on Tuesday.

The Berkshire side are sixth in the league, having played 16 games, winning half of them. Six of those successes have come away from home, and they have two wins with as many league losses at the SB Stadium, so there may be an opportunity to grab a solid result on the road for Parkway.

Bracknell have only played one home game in the Southern Premier since October, partly due to their participation in the FA Cup. Impressively, they made it to the first-round proper, before tasting defeat at the hands of Ipswich despite their fine efforts.

Parkway’s loss at the weekend was their seventh of the season, and their fourth away from home, as the Yellows suffered a small blemish in their solid recovery from the tricky beginning to the campaign.

Past meetings:

We have never faced Bracknell before.


In a journey of just over three hours, the M3 and the A331 will take you up towards London, before the A321 guides you to Sandhurst and Bottom Meadow.

Spaces remain on the supporters’ coach up, just email [email protected] for more details!


There is very little chance of rain on Tuesday night in Bracknell, but temperatures of just two Degrees Celsius will make for an enormously chilly one.