Cambridge City 3-3 Dunstable Town,Goals Chris wreh, Erin Amu, Alex Taylor. Written by Andrew Madaras, Picture is of Erin Amu taken by Chris White. Dunstable went into this match against middle of the table Cambridge City without leading goal scorer Arel Amu, who had signed for Conference South side, Hemel Hempstead, in mid week. As a pathway club, this is precisely the type of news we want to broadcast and shout from the rooftops as it shows what we’re doing is having the desired effect and results we wanted. Arel leaves with our sincerest thanks for his selfless devotion to the cause and for being an outstanding role model to all of the players in the Club. We hope he finds the back of the

Arel moves on to Hemel..

Arel Amu It is with mixed feelings that we announce that top scorer Arel Amu has left the club after accepting an opportunity at Hemel Hempstead Town FC. This is a well deserved move for a fine young footballer, at a club playing in the Vanarama National League South. We wish Arel every success as he progresses his footballer career, and thank him for his on field contribution to Dunstable Town over the last two seasons.

A well deserved point.....

Cambridge City 3-3 Dunstable Town. Goals Chris Wreh,Erin Amu and Alex Taylor. Erin Amu Alex Taylor Chris Wreh

Jonathan Barnett.

Jonathan Barnett After playing over 200 games for Dunstable Town FC , Jonathan Barnett has indicated its time to step away from the club. We want to thank Jonny for his efforts both on and off the field. He has been a great ambassador for the club, a terrific footballer , and mentor to the younger players. We wish Jonny all the best in his future endeavours.

100 Club Draw .....

This week's 100 Club draw was drawn by Finley and Logan Dunnell who play for our under 18s and 12s, The Winner is Jimmy Sujawal £70 and Runner up Nikki Lauder £27.50 Thank you to everyone for their support. Anyone interested in joining please email .

GAME OFF......

Tonight's Development match against Tring Athletic Res is OFF due to a frozen pitch....

Back in the Quadrent....

This coming Saturday 26th of January the Dunstable Town Football Club stall will be in the Quadrent shopping centre Dunstable from 9am to 11am . Items you might be wishing to discuss are . My son or daughter want to change club or join our thriving youth section . You might be a young person just released from a pro or semi pro club & thinking i want the chance to develope & get my football career back on track . Well what better way to do so than come & chat about the opportunities that are available with Dunstable Town FC. As a supporters run club we are always happy to chat with local companies or individuals who see the merits of a thriving local community based football club & would l


Written by Andrew Madaras, Picture by Chris White . Cometh the hour, cometh the man. In a tumultuous week at Creasey Park, Tony McCool’s number two, Gareth Jackson, asked the Committee what was needed of him, accepted the task, stepped up to the challenge, and yesterday delivered the perfect tonic to put a smile back on the faces of many who had worn worried frowns during the week. We can only say thank you to Gareth and pay tribute to his sense of duty and loyalty in staying true to his and our core beliefs and steadying the ship as it navigated choppy waters. Thanks also to Development Team Coach, Colin Lauder and Player / Coach Valentino Qoku for stepping up and aiding and abetting Gareth

100 club.....

This week's winner was number 32 Simon Thatcher who wins £70 and Runner up is number 56 TT Trophies who wins £26, Thank you all for your continued support. If you are interested in joining please contact


On Saturday the 19th of January the Dunstable Town Football Club stall will be back in the Quadrant shopping centre from 9am until 12 noon. It could be your boy or girl that wants a new club & a fresh start ,if they do come down on Saturday ,we have a thriving youth section. It could be your ambition in this new year to progress into either our developement squad or do you think you are good enough to be part of our young 1st team who play in the Southern league central division ,come & have a chat we would love to speak with you . Our club believes in partnership working with local companies of all sizes , if you want to talk about advertising opportunities with your local club , there

Berkhamsted FC v Dunstable Town....

We are on the road but a short trip to Berkhamsted why not come and show your support to the lads. Broadwater,Lower Kings Road,Berkhamsted,Herts,HP4 2AL KO 3.00.

Dunstable Town 0-1 Sutton Coldfield Town....

Written by Andrew Madaras,Picture by Chris White. If further proof was needed of the progress being made with the development of Dunstable Town FC players yesterday should have settled the matter conclusively once and for all. Nathan Harness, all 18 years of him, played for a Premier League’s Under 23 Team in a competitive League fixture in the north of England. Just let that sink in for a minute or two. This is Nathan Harness I’m talking about. Our Nathan Harness. Dunstable Town FC Nathan Harness, playing for the U 23’s of a Premier League football team with players on the verge of Premier League stardom, and some, no doubt, stars and household names already getting game time while they

BBC 3 Counties talk to us on their Show......

This evening on BBC3 Counties Andrew Madaras and Neil Barker from Dunstable Town FC will be with Hayley Coomber from MindBLMK. We will be talking to Ollie Bayliss on the Non-league show to talk about our Go Fund Me page,MindBLMK and also the club in general, Start time 7.15pm-7.30pm.

Why are we fundraising and who for??

Dear Reader, Thank you for taking the time and trouble to log on to our website and for reading this post concerning our charitable appeal. The first thing I hope you notice when you look at action photos of our players is that their shirts proudly support our local Mind charity (Mind BLMK). We did this for several reasons, firstly to raise the profile of the Charity and to help raise funds for them, secondly to join the struggle against the stigmatisation and marginalisation of people living with, or in recovery from, mental ill-health and finally to help promote further discussion about mental health issues at a local level. We felt there was no better way to demonstrate our support than t

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