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The Berkshire County Sports Club is a family-friendly sports club based in Sonning.

The large club house includes a bar and lounge area, two separate function rooms and changing rooms. The 32 acre site accommodates numerous grass pitches, tennis and squash courts, and a full size all weather pitch.

When Berkshire County Council ceased to exist in 1998, the Club became a self- financing entity, and now operates as a members club open to all, and currently has a membership in excess of 600 adults and 400 juniors.
Sports sections include: hockey, football, rugby, squash, tennis, touch rugby and American Football.

Less strenuous activities offered include billiards, snooker, darts and pool. Most sections offer a full range of participation from social practice to competitive matches.


Total club membership across all sports teams is considerable with numerous spectators at sporting events and training sessions.

Pitch Locations

Location of pitches during the football season

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First Aid

A Defibrillator is located on the front wall of the clubhouse and first aid box is available behind the bar, with additional wall mounted first aid and eye wash kits available in the Squash Court foyer.  

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