Windsor FC's Commercial Director Fraser Silvey announced earlier this week that the newly formed club has agreed to enter partnership with Will Calvert's' local youth set up.
The deal will see Calvert's group, formerly known as New Windsor Youth, play under the name Windsor FC Youth and share the same kit and badge as the senior team.
Speaking about the innovative partnership Silvey said: "This is fantastic for our fledgling club as it will allow us to form one big community club which provides a continuous pathway for youth football from five years of age to the senior team."
Calvert added: "It is something we have been planning to do for the last three years.
"Kids want this route into senior football and its key in our partnership with Windsor FC that we are externally seen as being one club. We will work together and present ourselves as one club in terms of name, colour, and badge.
"We currently have 25 teams and about 350 players ranging from 5-18 year olds. We attract kids from around the area with about 35 qualified coaches and have just applied for chartered status. We also work with Reading FC as part of their academy."
Last season Calvert's U16's played in the Windsor & Eton's red home colours and players such as George Gould were just breaking into the senior team when the club went into liquidation.
Windsor FC Chairman Kevin Stott also believes the partnership has a lot of potential, stating: "I am very pleased we have got the connection.
"Collectively both clubs will be stronger and working together we'll tick more 'community boxes'.
"It will also help us attract more support for the club. I am pleased they are associated with the club and it could potentially be a very powerful relationship when we come to applying for lottery funding."
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