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We can confirm that striker Adrian Clifton and defender Craig Braham-Barrett have been called up for Montserrat for the upcoming international break. 

The Emerald boys take on the Dominican Republic before a visit to Barbados in the CONCACAF Nations League. 

This means Adrian and Craig will miss Saturdays game at Champion Hill against Folkestone Invicta before returning for our fixture away to Cray Wanderers next weekend. 

Ahead of kick off there will be a laying of wreaths to honour Remembrance Day followed by the Last Post and a period of silence.

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Momodou Jallow

Dulwich Hamlet Football Club can confirm the departure of Momodou Jallow from the club with immediate effect.

We'd like to express our thanks to Momodou for all his efforts whilst at the Hamlet and wish him all the best for the rest of his career.

All the relevant Match Info as we welcome Kingstonian to Champion Hill

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Turnstiles and inside the ground - Card only


Card payments at the inside bar, tea bar & turnstiles, cash payments at reception and from seller in the ground.

Bag safety checks at entry and No readmission on match days


Collections outside turnstiles 1 to 4 and at reception.

50/50 fundraising
Foodbank collection continues for Albrighton Centre

Dulwich Hamlet are delighted to announce the return of club legend Preston Edwards.

Edwards who started this season at Potters Bar returned to the Hamlet earlier this week.

Due to a 3 match suspension he is not available for selection until our fixture with Whitehawk on the 22nd of October.

On returning to the club he had this to say, "Delighted and excited about returning to Dulwich. This club means a lot to me! It’s not just about the football. It’s about the camaraderie, the community and

All the relevant Match Information as our Men's team return home.

Dulwich Hamlet Men return to competitive action this Saturday as they welcome Concord Rangers to Champion Hill.

The Beach Boys have become friends of the Hamlet in recent years having both spent time in the National League South before relegation last season.

They met in the final week of the 22/23 season at Champion Hill a 0-0 draw after some rather interesting referee decisions meant for the Hamlet the fight for survival would go down to the final day.

Concord have had a complete

Ahead of our London Senior Cup trip to Erith Town, manager Hakan Hayrettin has added some more players to his squad.

Joining the club are defender Dwight Pascal and midfielders Adam Dougui, Hussein Siklawi and Sean Bonnett-Johnson. All four appeared in our friendly at Hendon at the weekend.

The most beady-eyed of Hamlet fans may well recognise Dwight, with the 22-year-old playing in six of our pre-season fixtures this summer. Dwight can play at both right-back and at centre-back, and has good

Defender released and returns to Cray Valley PM The club can confirm the departure of defender Cem Tumkaya.

After seeing his side concede 13 goals in the first five games this season, Hakan Hayrettin has swiftly reacted by bringing in centre-back Marvel Ekpiteta.

The 28-year-old is reunited at the Hamlet with Michael Chambers, alongside whom he has played the previous two seasons at Billericay Town, making almost 100 appearances during that time.

Marvel has a wealth of non-league experience, having appeared for the likes of Chelmsford City, Bishop's Stortford, Ebbsfleet United and Dover Athletic

After a promising start with our opening fixtures both home and away things have stalled on the pitch and my predictions that we would have bad days at the office and days the footballing gods abandoned us came true sooner that I had hoped. Coming into the season we knew we’d be looking at an overhaul of the squad and we were happy with the recruitment but I have to admit to being nervous about how long it might take for things to gel on the pitch especially against settled sides with more

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As the summer draws to a close and we settle into a regular routine we are able to take a step back and look at how we are doing on and off the pitch and look to the future. In addition to the recent wholesale change on the pitch and in the dugout we have also been managing less visible but similar levels of change behind the scenes.

We’ve already seen the good, the bad and the ugly during an inconsistent start in the league but that’s something we had to be prepared to accept with such a high

The Hamlet have added two more young players to their squad this week, signing Paul Chalobah and Finlay Lovatt.

Paul appeared in five of our pre-season matches, starting in the game against Bromley and appearing off the bench against Altona '93, Welling United, Tooting & Mitcham United and Welwyn Garden City. He played all of those games as a right wing-back or full-back.

The 23-year-old was on the books at Leatherhead during the second half of last season, and was briefly training with

Football fans further up the pyramid will more than likely know the ins and out of the Premier League and Football League, as well as the domestic cup competitions like the FA Cup, EFL Cup and EFL Trophy.

For some, they will also get to enjoy watching their side travel around the continent in the Champions League, Europa League or Conference League.

Those coming to watch the men's side at Champion Hill for the first time may wish to know the competitions we play in, so we have provided a

The draw for this year's 2023-24 London Senior Cup has been made, with the Hamlet travelling to Step 5 Erith Town in Round One.

The Dockers are members of the Southern Counties East Football League Premier Division, being part of this division or predecessors since promotion to the Premier Division in 1998. Last season saw Erith finish fourth in the league, their highest position since 2013-14. They also had their best run in the FA Vase, reaching the last-32 of the competition before losing



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