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Reading youngsters will continue to play at the home of Basingstoke Town next season
READING FC have confirmed that they will continue to play under-21 games in Basingstoke next season.
The Royals youngsters played several Barclays Under-21 Premier League games at the Camrose towards the end of the 2013-14 campaign - an arrangement that will continue next season.
Basingstoke Town director Lee Atkins said: "We are delighted to again be able to host Reading. We have established a good working relationship with them and this allows us to take that relationship another step further.
"Although the league is given an under-21 title, clubs are actually allowed to play up to three over-age players and an over-age goalkeeper. I'm sure that, just like last season, we'll be seeing a number of Premier League players as well as plenty of stars of the future coming to play at Basingstoke."
Fixtures are yet to be released, but admission will cost £3 for adults and £2 for concessions and Basingstoke Town season ticket holders.
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