Double bubble.

Tonight we have our 100 club draw and our young Development team are at home in the Suburban challenge shield come down and show your support to our young Lions and while at the game join our 100 club and maybe you will be a winner .

We are back in the Quadrant....

Saturday 2nd of March from 9am til 12 noon the Dunstable Town FC stall will be in the Quadrant shopping centre Dunstable . We want to ensure as much as possible that our teams both Youth & Adult are made up of local players , which embraces the true meaning of localism . So if its youth or adult football , make Dunstable Town your club ,in your town . A club can only thrive & prosper if local business backs it & wishes to support it could that be YOU & your company ? .If yes come & see us Saturday morning . We would love to see more local people coming through the turnstiles at Creasey Park. We have a young side who play a good brand of passing attacking football . Come on down to a game


We have been notified by the police of an incident which took place on Monday evening behind Creasey Park. A man was seen acting in an inappropriate manner by a member of the public whilst watching children playing. This was around the alley way at the back of Creasey Park near the ATP and the BMX tracks, he was reported immediately. Police are carrying out investigations. We advise you do not leave your children unattended, all children should be escorted to and from the main gates of the ATP. If anyone does see anything or anyone acting suspiciously please notify one of the coaches, the Welfare Officer, a member of the council staff or the police. Regards, Kristy Lewington Dunstable T

Back to the drawing board ......

Written by Andrew Madaras, Picture by Steve Lewington. An accomplished and professional performance from promotion challenging Thame Utd was a harsh lesson for our young, and still developing, side that, as with most things in life, as quickly as things can go right, they can also go wrong, equally as quickly and deciphering the cause and then correcting it can be devilishly difficult. So you’ll excuse me if I start with a few words about how much work and preparation goes on behind the scenes with managers, coaches and players, training twice a week at Creasey Park to prepare for a Saturday match. Set pieces, offensive and defensive are rehearsed, game scenarios and passages of play practis

Young Guns Go For It....

Written by Andrew Madaras. DTFC under 18s above. DTFC Under 16s above. With apologies to the late George Michael and any Wham fans for stealing the title of the 1982 classic, Sunday afternoon saw Tyler Dunnell’s aspiring young titans take on Wayne Upton’s youthful charges in an enthralling clash which ended 7 -3 in favour of the younger team. Free admission, good company and 10 goals to admire, not much wrong in the DTFC Youth Section, that’s for sure. While Marcelo Biesla sends his spies into the undergrowth surrounding opposing teams training camps, anyone remotely interested in the progression of two sides of very promising young footballers needs to do no more than visit the splendid 3g


Written by Neil Barker,Picture by Liam Smith. Dunstable Town 0 v 0 Kempston Rovers - Tuesday 20th February With both teams coming off the back of heavy defeats at the weekend you would be forgiven for thinking that this would be a cagey affair. Far from it . This was an entertaining game, which, mainly thanks to some fine saves from Kempston keeper James Martin, and the alertness of Blues stopper Connor Coulson, remained goalless. Manager Gareth Jackson made two changes from the loss against Peterborough Sports. John Sonuga replaced Kieran Ogden at the centre of defence, and Saul Williams came in for Davide Pobbe, who dropped to the bench. This was a game of two contrasting styles . The

Thursday we are back in the Quadrant...

Thursday morning from 9am to 12 noon the Dunstable Town football clubs stall will be in the Quadrant shopping centre . Ever thought about helping your local team ? If you would like to help us come & talk to us . You have a youngster who wants to join a thriving youth section ,come & talk to us . We have senior teams do you believe your ready for the challenge of semi pro football , if yes come & talk to us . We value community engagement , so lets have those conversations & together we can improve local football & make it a true community club . From Peter Burrows Community engagement officer.

Goalless at Creasey...

Southern League South Div 1 Central. Dunstable Town 0-0 Kempston Rovers. Att 91. Line up-1.C.Coulson. 2.J.Mead. 3.G.Okito. 4.H.Sheikh. 5.D.Trif. 6.J.Sonuga. 7.J.Lauder. 8.E.Amu. 9.C.Wreh. 10.M.Gouldbourne.11.S.Williams. Subs. 12.D.Pobbe. 14.J.Osae. 15.E.Nancarrow-Martin. 16.J.Bailey. 17.G.Naismith. Photos by Liam Smith. Gedeon Okito. Marcus Gouldbourne. Hassan Sheikh. Joe Mead.

A quick turn around.

Our first team are back in action and will be out to make things right, come down again and show them your support the players and staff really do appreciate it, lets get creasey rocking and get back to the good form they had been in. ONE CLUB ONE FAMILY DUNSTABLE TOWN FC.

100 appearances for Gedeon....

Gedeon. Its was 100 'not out' for Gedeon Okito in last week's away win against high flying Corby Town. Our popular left back was one of two players who was loyal to the club following the take over by the supporters. He willingly played for nothing in the 2017/2018 season, whilst continuing to delight fans with his pace, skill, and all action style. He has been virtually ever present, one of the first names on the team sheet, consistency personified! He has represented the club at Weatherfield Academy , our partner school, on a number of occasions, delighting the children with his coaching skills. So today we say well done to Gedeon and thank him for his loyalty. Here's to the next 100

Lincoln saves the day.

Beds FA Intermediate Challenge cup Semi final Full-time Biggleswade FC 1-1 Dunstable Town Development Team, Goal Sam Afolabi. Dunstable Win 3-1 on penalties Valentino Qoku,Clayton Lauder, Callum shortt. Special mention goes to 16 year old Ben Lincoln who saved 2 penalties and during the 90 minutes kept his team in the game. We spoke to Development Team Gaffers Colin and Simon after the Teams win and they said another day where pathway success wins the game,They said 16 year old keeper Ben Lincoln would not of been playing if we never went down the pathway route so a big thanks to Ex blues manager Tony McCool.

Promotion Favourites Win With Style.

Written by Andrew Madaras, Picture by Chris White . Sometimes you just have to forget club loyalty and allegiance and admire your opponents tactics and craft. Saturday’s tie against table topping Peterborough Sports was one such occasion. To all intents and purposes the match was over by fourteen minutes past three as Peterborough raced to an unassailable 4 – 0 lead. There’s a reason why Peterborough are top of the League, three games in hand and a point ahead of nearest rivals Bromsgrove Sporting…in fact there are several reasons why, but here’s a couple of them. When you have a defence that is as mean as theirs, a defence which has only conceded 18 league goals all season, half the amoun

100 club result ....

Last week's 100 club was drawn by a couple of our under 8s youth players Carson and Kalim. Winner this week was Brian Day £76.50 and Runner up was Alex Alexandrou £30.

Big weekend of football.

Two massive games on Saturday the Development team are away in the Semi final of the Beds intermediate cup and the first team are at home to top of the league Peterborough sports.

Back in the Community...

On Saturday 16th of Feburary from 9am to 11.45 am the Dunstable Town FC stall will be rolling into the Quadrant Shopping Centre Dunstable. We are the club that engages with the local community. So if you want to talk Youth or Adult football come & see us. We welcome the chance to speak to local companies who would like to explore advertising with us. Maybe you want to help us on matchdays come on down & speak to us . See you Saturday morning . Peter Burrows Community engagement officer.

Diamond Tipped Blues Cut Through The Steel.

Written by Andrew Madaras,Picture credit  courtesy of Northamptonshire Telegraph. Saturday’s match marked the 100th competitive game in a Dunstable Town shirt for Mr Loyalty personified, Gedeon Okito, who, along with John Sonuga, nailed his colours firmly to the mast in the turbulent weeks of the Spring of 2017 by re-signing for the Club and agreeing to play unpaid and without expenses for the whole of last season. Gedeon’s loyalty and devotion to perfecting his craft needs to be celebrated and applauded for it is thanks to his tremendous spirit and appetite for the game that marks him out as one of Dunstable Town’s all- time greats. It was therefore entirely fitting that the Team were abl

100 club results

Last week's winner was Chris white £78 and Runner up David Williams £30. Thank you for your support if you are interested in joining please contact Steve Lewington on .

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