Anyone that has seen us or played against us will know that our young team have largely performed terrifically and our style of play is earning respect from many. Yesterday at Avelely in the cup our unbelievable bad luck continued. We were worried about Nick Hayes before the game but he wanted to try. Then 2 minutes in Ethan Suffered a really nasty rotation of his hip when their player came through the back of him and we await what damage is done but certainly a difficult watch when your own leg in a position it doesn’t belong. Then 5 minutes in Arel was fouled inside the box in a nasty one which seemed to be the theme of the first half. Ive never seen him go down so I knew it was bad. His a

Honours Even in Hard Fought Contest.

This was the third meeting between these two sides this season, and at the end of a pulsating, finger nail biting game, honours ended even for a second time, with both camps probably feeling that their side could have come out with all three points. Three games and sixteen goals. A brace from Arel Amu took his tally to one shy of double figures for the season, and another goal from Chris Wreh in the 65th minute gave him his 8th goal of the season. Not bad going when you consider we’re only a quarter way through the season. Tony & Gareth had a shuffle of the pack due to the unavailability of John Sonuga & Hassan Sheikh. There was a start at the back for Marius “Paddy” Patru, with Joe Mead pa

Beds FA Award Tyler.

On Tuesday evening Dunstable Town Under 18s player coach Tyler Dunnell will be Awarded Young Volunteer of the Year at Luton Town Football club. Everyone at the club is very proud and grateful for all his hard work.. He is a great role model to Youth football.

Second Half Goals Secure Safe Dunstable Passage.

Whisper it quietly, but pass the word around. There is something special happening at Dunstable Town. If ever you needed proof of that I’d ask you to look at the photograph on Twitter which announced Arel Amu’s 84th minute decider against a brave and battling Northwood side. Look carefully and you’ll see that our cameraman, Nic Bliss, has captured Kieron Ogden, standing behind the goal, resplendent in his kit emblazoned with the logo of our charity partner, Mind BLMK, on the front, his face captured perfectly in expectation of Arel’s trusted right foot to strike and put the Blues into an unassailable two goal lead. If a picture tells a thousand words, this is it. We’ve endured minibuses to M

World Mental Health Day

Dunstable Town FC are pleased to announce that for the remainder of this season, and for the whole of next season both our First Team, and our Development Team’s home and away shirts will proudly display the logo of our Charity Partner, Mind BLMK (Bedfordshire, Luton & Milton Keynes) in all our remaining competitive fixtures. The battle to challenge stereotypes and reduce the stigma surrounding mental health problems can only be won by a concerted effort from us all. Dunstable Town FC are in the privileged position of playing semi professional football and can act as standard bearers as we seek to raise awareness of conditions that will affect one in four of us at some stage every year (Publ

Race Night.

It's back by popular demand if you fancy joining us for an evening of fun and laughter please send us a message and we will point you in the right direction, Tickets are £5 and you get Chicken and chips with that Tickets will be on sale training nights and match days.


“The only side that have tried to come and play against us here….overall we had to dig in deep and just, just, about deserved the win” Those are the words of Bromsgrove Sporting FC’s Manager, Brendan Kelly, after Sporting’s narrow one goal win over The Blues at the Victoria Ground yesterday. The three points won in the 60th minute of a hard fought battle between two evenly matched sides came courtesy of a well taken goal from Charlie Dowd, who had come off the substitute’s bench moments earlier. Despite the setback, there were many positives that Tony & Gareth can take from the game. In a second consecutive match against higher placed opposition, Dunstable have demonstrated their ability to

Hard Earned Point For Battling Blues.

What a performance from Tony & Gareth’s battling young men. This was a real test of character and endurance against a highly tipped Cambridge City side, so nearly promoted to Step 3 at the end of the season. Give great credit to the Blues yesterday for a thoroughly gritty, determined and hard working performance which thoroughly merited another point in the bag. Cambridge City are a well- supported side, and were cheered on by a fair few in the best crowd of the season of 143. Daniel Trif was given a first League start of the season, but otherwise Tony & Gareth kept faith with the same starting X1 who had played so well against Kidlington last week. Erin Amu nearly had the ball in the back o

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