DTFC Lionesses Begin Their Football Odyssey

As part of its football community development activities, Dunstable Town FC in partnership with Bedfordshire FA and English Schools FA launched its first female team in the form of the Dunstable Town Lionesses Under 18s Ability Counts side. The team is composed of students from Weatherfield Academy, which is the club’s Community Partner School. Josh Spavins and Tia Fleming, organised a one-day event at the County FA’s headquarters, where the Lionesses were joined with Challney High School for Girls. They started with training sessions that developed their dribbling, shooting and tackling skills. This was followed by the girls taking part in a number of matches where the players from both tea

Dunstable Town 2-3 Harpenden Town

Dunstable Town ended their pre-season friendly home matches, with a narrow defeat to near neighbours Harpenden Town, in a closely fought, competitive match, which saw both sides produce bright attacking football to please supporters of both sides in what was the highest attendance of the pre-season friendlies so far. Having played the first three pre-season friendlies on the 3g surface at Creasey Park, Dunstable Town had returned to the luscious grass surface on Thursday night in another close encounter against a strong and well organised Bovingdon side, who carried on after Thursday night’s success with the scalp of Berkhamsted yesterday. Creasey Park’s pitch is currently an oasis of green

Dunstable Town Football Club seeks to stamp out mental health stigma

Dunstable Town Football Club will be raising money for mental health and fighting against mental health stigma this season. The club has chosen to support Mind, the mental health charity, as their charity of the year, to give a voice to footballers affected by mental health problems and send the message that mental health is just as important as physical health. The club will support the charity by raising vital funds throughout the season and will offer free training sessions, run by qualified coaches, to local Mind organisations and their service users. The club will also offer safe spaces for Mind members to come and watch home games at discounted rates. Each year, one in four of us will

Charity Match DTFC Supporters Club v Bedford Royals

DTFC Supporters Club take on Bedford Royals at Creasey Park 3G pitch on Sunday 29th July kick off 2.00pm with Free entry. @DunstableTownFC Charity this season is @MindCharity @MindBLMK @HertsMind so there will be bucket collections inside the ground for this great cause.

Dunstable Town FC Pre-season friendlies

No more friendlies on the 3G..... hooray!!!! Looking for a local game of football then look no further, 2 games coming up. Come and cheer on Dunstable Town FC.

Harefield United 1-4 Dunstable Town

On another baking hot day, Tony McCool took his players to the hallowed turf of Brunel University’s sports ground, a mere stones throw away from Hillingdon Hospital, and a good 5 miles away from Harefield’s home ground at Preston Park, where, if my memory serves me right, the groundsman was awarded Groundsman of The Year award back in our Spartan South Midlands days. The Development Team finished their season off late in May at Preston Park against a strong Harefield Development Team, and the pitch that evening looked green all over and testimony to the skill and devotion of the groundsman. The Brunel University pitch yesterday was dry and devoid of green grass. I’m sure there were lines on

Fixture List Released

The fixtures for the coming season have been released and are available on our fixtures page. Highlights include our opening fixture away to North Leigh, our first home match against Berkhamsted and bank holiday derbies against AFC Dunstable on August Bank Holiday and Boxing Day. The full fixture list is available HERE

Wreh heads to Creasey

Dunstable Town have made a host of new signings for the 2018-19 campaign, including Chris Wreh. On bringing in Wreh, Blues boss Tony McCool said;“We have known about Chris for some time and now the staff felt he was worth another look ... He’s been terrific in training, so we wanted to see him in a game and his attitude was fantastic ... Along with a terrific hat-trick, he’s also a decent lad and wants to learn which is the profile we want.” Joining Wreh at Creasey Park are Marius Patru, Hassan Abdinur and Connor Perlmutter. McCool continued;“Hassan came on a recommendation from leagues below which we felt was strong enough to give him a chance and he’s grabbed it with both hands. He has a t

Dunstable Town 4-3 Crawley Green

A second run out in five days for Tony McCool’s evolving squad saw the Blues run out winners by the odd goal in seven, in a see-saw game, which had seen Dunstable stroll to a two goal lead mid way in the first half before a strong comeback from Crawley Green had the hosts on the ropes and trailing 3-2 with 20 minutes left, before a strong finish from the home side eventually saw them over the line. This was an exhilarating spectacle played on the 3g at Creasey Park, under clear blue skies and a now customary baking hot sun. The game was played at a ferocious pace, with both sides playing neat, attractive football which was pleasing on the eye for the fans of both sides. New Dunstable signin

“These lads didn’t talk, they played”

Dunstable Town FC underwent a significant transformation at the end of the 2016-17 season, when management of this historic Club, graced by the likes of George Best, Jeff Astle & Kerry Dixon, among many others, was passed to the supporters of the Club as the former Management Team felt they had taken the Club as far as they could do. Wholesale changes took place across the board involving not just a new Chairman and Board, but First Team Manager, Assistant Manager, and except for two players who stayed with the Club, a brand new First Team. Without a playing budget for the whole of last season, Dunstable Town were eventually relegated from the Evo-Stik Southern Premier League on the last day

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through its annually elected Club Officers, constituting the Chairperson, Treasurer and Secretary.