Dulwich Hamlet head into the second round of the Vitality Women's FA Cup after beating National League team London Bees on Sunday.

First half goals by Erin Corrigan and Summer Roberts sealed the tie. They will now meet Billericay Town at their ground on the 26th November for a place in the third round.

Match Report coming soon...

Prior to kick off we will have a period of silence.

Location is St. Saviour's & Saint Olave's Sports Ground, Greendale.
1.30pm Kick off.

Free admission from 1pm.

Hot and cold soft drinks available – Cash/Credit card.

Prior to kick off we will have the laying of the wreaths and a period of silence to honour Remembrance Sunday.


Turnstiles (1-2)

Opening from 1pm Season tickets not valid.


Turnstiles and inside the ground

Card only



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


Bag safety checks at entry and No readmission on match days


Community – collections outside turnstiles and at reception.

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Turnstiles (1-2)

Opening from 1pm


Turnstiles and inside the ground

Card only


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

Bag safety checks at entry and No readmission on match days 

Food available

Souvlaki from Come & Go Souvlaki


Inside bar

Open at 1pm



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Ryan Dempsey's side will be in action on September 27th.


With the men's side now back in the Isthmian League, our women's First Team are now eligible to participate in the Reposs Women's Isthmian League Cup, and we have entered for the first time.

We have been drawn away to Cheshunt in Round One, and that tie will take place on Wednesday 27th September at Theobalds Lane, 7:45pm kick off.

We will play in this competition instead of the Combined Counties Midweek Cup this season

Ex-Millwall forward adds even more pace to Ryan's strike force!

Ahead of our fixture with Millwall Lionesses, Ryan Dempsey has added some more attacking power to his squad in the form of former Millwall player Angel Reid.

The forward, who can play on either flank, has been training with the Hamlet this week, and when asked about whether she wanted to sign for the side, she returned to Ryan within ten minutes to give a decisive yes!

The 18-year-old was a key part of the Millwall squad

Spicy Sundays are back for 23-24, find out who both our women's sides will face in September!

After an away game to start the season in August, women's football returns to Champion Hill with a bang this month, with Ryan Dempsey's side playing not one, not two, but three home games in September.

First up are last season's runners-up Ebbsfleet United, before we welcome Ashford United and Millwall Lionesses to SE22 in three successive weekends. Our month ends with a trip to Aylesford in

As far as opening home fixtures go, facing last season's runners-up is up there with the toughest, but that is exactly the case for the Women's First Team as they take on Ebbsfleet United this Sunday, 3rd September.

Last season saw the sides play each other four times in some intense games, with the Hamlet prevailing in the League Cup and dramatically on penalties in the Combined Counties Midweek Cup, whilst the Fleet earned four points in the league fixtures. For what will be one of the

It has been a staggering 12 months for women's football in England, with the Lionesses crowned European champions at Wembley last summer, before beating Brazil at the same venue in the inaugural Finalissima in the spring, and a joyous run to this summer's World Cup final, which cruelly ended in defeat to Spain.

Domestically, there has been a swell in attendances for Women's Super League matches over the past year too, with Arsenal twice selling more than 40,000 tickets for games at the

Forward signs on dual-registration after grabbing brace at Crawley AFC

The Hamlet have a new number nine amidst their ranks with the capture of Summer Roberts on a dual-registration deal from AFC Wimbledon.

Summer holds a unique feat of scoring for and against the Hamlet this summer, having netted for the Dons in their 5-1 victory at Champion Hill, before she netted a brace on her debut at Crawley AFC last weekend, with only the crossbar denying her a hat-trick in that game having won a

Ryan Dempsey has filled the midfield gap left by the departure of Ella Wales-Bonner by signing Phoebe Read.

The midfielder ended last season at Hammersmith in Division One South of the Greater London Women's Football League, two divisions below the Hamlet, scoring twice in three appearances as her side won the title on goal difference. She also played for Hammersmith the previous season too, and has also represented Millwall, Watford and been in the England set-up at youth level.


Twin defenders Tia and Morgan Searle join after successful trial this summer

Ryan Dempsey has bolstered his defensive options ahead of the new season with the signing of twin defenders Tia and Morgan Searle.

The duo appeared twice during our pre-season games this summer, starting in the 5-0 win at Welling United and the 4-0 success over MK Dons U23s at Champion Hill.

Last season they played their football in Tier 3 with Crawley Wasps, with Morgan playing in 17 National League Southern

After three years with the Hamlet, defender Chana Hinds has left the club to join our league rivals Dartford.

Chana brought up her fiftieth and final appearance for the first team in our match against Millwall Lionesses at the Den in May, and also netted five times for the side. She became the eighth player to reach a half-century of games for the First Team, with only two as a substitute.

Chana first joined the club at the start of the 2020-21 campaign, joining Jack Badu's Reserves side, and

We have had to say farewell to one of our original squad this summer, as midfielder Ella Wales-Bonner has departed for London Seaward.

Ella is currently the sixth-highest appearance maker in our short history, playing 57 games for the Hamlet, and scoring 11 times. She was one of just six players from our first-team squad from 2019 still at the club, along with Rhea Gall, Brit Saylor, Saskia Philp, Lucy Monkman and Rosie Stone.

Ella made her Hamlet debut in our first game against Aylesford

Women's football in England has never been in a better place, with the memories of the Lionesses' triumph in the European Championships this summer under the Wembley Arch still fresh and forever treasured.

The Women's Super League, the top flight in the women's game within the English league pyramid, is expecting record ticket sales this year, with more than 40,000 sold alone for a clash between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur later this month, which will break an attendance record for the



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