County Cup Medals

Rules & Documents

Your one-stop-shop for County Cup Resources


Whether you're a player, coach, manager or referee, here you can find all the necessary information and resources you need to be able to participate in Berks & Bucks FA County Cups.

Whether this is your first time taking part in the Competitions or you're back for another season determined to lift the Cup this year, you'll find all you need to know about the competitions, right here.

Along with the answers to some frequently asked questions (including Matchday queries), you can also find copies of the Adult and Youth Competition Rules, teamsheets, match report cards (both download and online links) and information on County Cup Round Dates across the season.

Please ensure you look through and consider all the information available on this page to be as prepared as possible for the season ahead. If after this time you still have any queries or concerns, please get in touch with our Competitions department on the details provided.

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Frequently asked questions relating to County Cup Competitions

The match is played on the ground of the first drawn team but can be moved with mutual consent of both teams and permission of BBFA.

The kick off time is set as default time but can be changed to the regular kick off time of the home team, if there is pitch availability issues, or if both teams agree.

The club are to inform the opponents, the referee, the County FA and their League at the earliest opportunity.

Please contact us via and we will do our best to source a replacement.

If a referee has not been sourced 24 hours before the game then the two teams need to agree on a suitable replacement from either club and the game goes ahead. For Youth Cup Competitions, this needs to be an appropriate adult.

If both clubs agree on a suitable replacement from either club, the game goes ahead as planned.

For Youth Cup Competitions, this needs to be an appropriate adult.

If there is a clash the HOME team must change (except in the Senior Cup where the Away team changes).

Teams must not wear black or dark colours (unless agreed in advance with the referee if they are wearing a different coloured kit).

Teamsheets need to be completed by both teams and submitted to the referee and each other before the game.

BBFA teamsheets can be downloaded here.

No, Extra-Time is NOT played. If scores are level after the allotted match time, the match will be decided by penalty kicks.

Sin Bins are being used in all Berks & Bucks FA County Cup Competitions except for the Senior Cup and Women's Senior Cup.

The fees are shared equally between both clubs (unless a entry fee is charged when then the home team pays).

Fees vary across the cups, a full breakdown can be found here.

Each team administrator will receive a SMS from the County FA Full Time system to reply to with the result.

A Match Sheet has to be completed and returned to the BBFA, this can be done online, here.