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Dulwich Hamlet FC – September news!

It’s been a perfect start to the season for Gavin Rose and his squad with three wins out of three, sadly this winning start ended with a one – nil away defeat to Hemel Hempstead in mid-August.  However, heading into September, the team sits in the top half of the table and with the squad Gavin has assembled this year supporters should be already thinking about the posibilty of team challenging for promotion at the end of this season. After arranging a four pre-season home fixtures against hgher league oppostition, Dulwich Hamlet’s Women’s team is ready for the challenge of the season ahead and having come so close to promotion last season, they hope to go one better this year.  The team has have already made a big impact on the local community, averaging crowds of 200+ for each of these games, with their home games on Sunday set to become a firm fixture in the diary for many supporters’ and local families. During the summer the Football Club put in a joint planning application …

Dulwich Hamlet FC – August news!

During the close season, there have been dramatic changes to the squad at Dulwich Hamlet with only a handful of those featuring last season remaining.  After the pre-season games, the team looks very strong and should be looking to challenge for a top table, in not play-off, finish at the end of the 2019-2020.  Pre-season featured home matches against a Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace XI as well as a mini tour of the North West with games against Chester and Marine (Liverpool). There have also been a number of significant changes off the pitch during the summer period, which included adding to the already existing terracing on three sides of the ground.  Whilst plans have recently been submitted for the clubs proposed new stadium, it has been recognised the importance that these works are needed to be done to ensure everyone gets a great match day experience at the current stadium at Champion Hill. The most exciting pieces of news this summer was the announcement that from this season the club will also be …

Dulwich Hamlet FC – April news!

Crowds continue to flock to Champion Hill, with league attendances averaging over 2,000 since the club’s return to East Dulwich last Christmas. The Hamlet enters the final month of the season outside of the relegation zone. The team’s place in the National Conference South as not yet been secured, but the club and supporters are confident that we will be traveling to cities like Oxford and Bath again next season. The Supporters’ Trust recently celebrated International Women’s Day (IWD) and many thanks must go to all those supporters’ who purchased our limited edition IWD scarf at our recent home league fixture against Dartford.  The sale of which also raised £900 for two chosen organisations.  It was a pleasure, for the Trust, to be able to present Red Box SE London with a ‘big’ cheque for £450 during the half time break at a recent fixture. Red Box Project who are a community-based, not-for-profit initiative.  They aim to support young people throughout their periods by providing red boxes filled with free period products to local schools …

Dulwich Hamlet FC – March news!

Dulwich Hamlet is now at the business end of their first campaign in the National league South.  Recent form has seen Gavin Rose’s team stabilise their league positon just outside of the relegation zone, a good set of results this month could secure the clubs place in this league for the 2019-2020 season. Crowds of 2,500+ have been witnessing the squad finally reaching the form that secured promotion via the play-offs last season.  Most supporters, at the start of the season, would have agreed that the two main goals would be seeing the club return to Champion Hill and retaining its place in this league.  The clubs been back in East Dulwich since Boxing Day and fans are backing players will complete the other goal on the pitch. Following the success of last season’s limited edition scarves celebrating LGBT History Month, the Supporters’ Trust produced another ‘Rainbow’ Pride Flag inspired limited edition scarf.  These went on sale at the home game against Welling United on 9 February.  Most of the 200 scarves were snapped up …

Dulwich Hamlet Football Club – February news!

Boxing Day saw Dulwich Hamlet’s return to playing football in its home of East Dulwich with a National League South fixture against Eastbourne Borough.  Having last lost against Eastbourne in an earlier round of this season’s FA Cup, the team was hoping for a little revenge in the form of three valuable league points.   They did not disappoint a crowd on 3,000 spectators and ran out winners with a 2 – 1 victory.   The next two home league fixtures fell within the next week and Champion Hill witnessed further crowds of 3,000 for both games.  In fact the crowd for the first home game of 2019 on Saturday 5 January, unfortunately saw several hundred people being unable to enter the ground due to it reaching capacity. Whilst it is great to be playing home games back at Champion Hill, the current form of the football squad has been a concern for fans of late.  It is clear that Gavin Rose and his coaching staff are working hard to get the results on the field, with …