A FOOTBALL Club has been left feeling 'speechless' after vandals destroyed their pitches on Saturday night (November 2).

Binfield Football Club felt disheartened after discovering muddy tyre tracks on the pitches at Hill Farm Lane.

Bob Bacon, chairman of the club, said: "It's soul-destroying. I don't understand why someone would go out of their way to do something like this.

"The time and effort our groundsmen and volunteers are going through now to help is enormous.

"But I deliberately don't want to think about the cost of repair. It's going to out of our budget and not only that but matches and games may have to be postponed. It's probably going to take a week to repair." 

A post on Twitter from Binfield FC said: "Our pitch two after a night of gits racing around it.

"They have no idea of the cost of repair or the inconvenience this costs us."

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The following morning on Sunday, the chairman Bob Bacon discovered damage to the pitch when he arrived for Kids Soccer School.

Bob added: "I noticed the padlock and chain were forced open and smashes to pieces.

"Someone intended to create damage and it is despicable. I normally run the Sunday Soccer School but I had to try and find out if anything else was damaged."

Many residents responded to the tweet, sharing their anger about the damages made to the club.

One said: "This is so sad, infuriating and unnecessary.

"Would love the idiots who did it to be found. Maybe they would like to go to the club along with the groundsman and help repair it."

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Another commented: "Shocking. Way too many incidents like this happening at the moment."

A Thames Valley Police spokesman said: "Thames Valley Police has received a report of criminal damage that occurred at Binfield Football Club, Hill Farm Lane between 8pm on Saturday and 8am on Sunday 

"Unknown offenders forced entry into the club and damage was caused to a football pitch.

"Anyone with information is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101 or make a report online quoting reference 43190342319."