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THE RB...

Rising Ballers Kensington, west London's local semi-pro team. Our 1st team currently play in the Combined Counties Division One and alongside that we also compete in the FA Cup, FA Vase, Middlesex Cup and several other FA competitions. Our aim is to climb as high as possible up the non-league pyramid - support us on our journey!

Key to the team's philosophy is player development - players from the team have been scouted by professional clubs across the UK, and some have even made Premier League debuts. 

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Our Home Ground...

As part of our non-league journey, our 1st team is  currently ground sharing with well-established side North Greenford United. 

Full Address: Berkeley Fields, Berkeley Ave, Greenford UB6 0NX

Nearest Train Stations: Greenford (Central Line) & Sudbury Hill (Piccadilly Line).

Click to view the ground on Google Maps 

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1st team proudly sponsored by: 

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Latest News

NEW MANAGEMENT

NEW MANAGEMENT

Thursday, 13 June 2024

An exciting new chapter in our non-league journey as we announce our new management for the season. We welcome an exciting new team to the club - Harry Hudson (director of football), Ashley-Paul Robinson (manager), Aaron Dalhouse (assistant coach) Andre Robinson (assistant coach) and Liam Wright (assistant coach). Manager Ashley said "The opportunity to be apart of RB was too big to turn down! The expectations and ambition align with mine and I'm ready to bring silverware to the club…watch this space. Robbo ✌️"

The dugout bring a huge amount of footballing experience - Ashley himself even played for Crystal Palace's first team. As a club, we're excited to see them aim to achieve our ambitions of promotion this season.

END OF SEASON UPDATE

END OF SEASON UPDATE

Wednesday, 12 June 2024

What a season. After having one of the most congested fixture schedules we could have ever anticipated, we narrowly missed out on promotion in the playoffs. Still, a massive credit to everyone (in particular the boys & management) for reaching this stage.
We would like to extend our gratitude to Mo and Omz Bakali who led this charge and created many proud moments throughout the season for the club. As a club, we have made a decision to part ways - we wish them all the best in the future and hopefully we see them soon at a game. It is also with great sadness that we wish all the best to club legend & secretary Nick Tappy, who is focussing on his new thriving business. Good luck Nick!

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