Back in the Quadrant.

Dunstable Town's stall will be back in the Quadrant Shopping Centre this Saturday 28th of December from 9am until 12 noon. It's fair to say after eating and drinking too much , it's good to get our football head back on and get back to engaging with the community which is our trade mark as a community club. In the afternoon our first team have a local derby with Leighton Town, so get down to Creasey Park and get behind the blues as we look to get 3 points from our near neighbours. Kick-off is 3pm. It just remains for me to thank you for all your support in 2019. I wish you all a happy new year, and the very best for 2020. See you Saturday morning in the Quadrant. Regards, Peter Community En

Festive Football

There's no longer established tradition in the sport than Boxing Day football. For well over a century, games have been played on the day after Christmas. In fact we have two non-league clubs to thank for the tradition, Sheffield FC and Hallam FC played the first-ever match on that day in 1860. It’s a tradition that’s even survived the war, with soldiers on the Western front in 1914 finding time for a kick around during a temporary truce. In recent years, however, the tradition has been on the decline. Several leagues at Step 5 and below have reduced their festive fixtures. Similarly, the Isthmian League has offered clubs the chance to opt-out of Boxing Day and New Year's Day football this s


Tomorrows game away to Baldock Town has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

Back in the Quadrant.

This Saturday 21st of December from 9am to 12 noon the Dunstable Town FC stall will be in the Quadrant Shopping Centre. As we see Christmas looming it's good to reflect upon the fact our stall has been resident in the Quadrant for over a year now, and we intend it to be so for years to come. We thank the management and staff at the Quadrant for making us so welcome. Our staff and players recently visited Caddington Grove carehome. It was lovely to meet the staff and residents, and we took part in there quiz night. We are a community based club and it was an honour to be part of a lovely evening. We look forward to meeting many local people on Saturday, as always. We will be back after the C

Eynesbury Rovers 2-1 Dunstable Town.

Eynesbury Rovers 2-1 Dunstable Town 14th December 2019 Written by Patrick MacKay Picture from Robert Blackman. With a much-changed line-up after last weeks victory over London Colney, including a first appearance for centre back Sam McClelland, a dominant second half display couldn't overturn a first half defecit. Cam Brooks had a busy start to the game, when an early free kick reached him in the box, but he was unable to direct the ball anywhere near the target. Shortly afterwards, it was Brooks whose errant free kick gave Rovers the chance to attack, winning two corners in succession, the second of which was headed away by Seb Smith. With quarter of an hour played, Khy Smith-Reid showed

Back in the Quadrant.

We are now in the festive season leading up to Christmas with a new year on the horizon. It's a time when people take stock and reflect on where they are and decide on where they want to be in the new year. Many football players of all ages do exactly that as well. If you are one of those players who wants a fresh start with a new club in 2020, then come down to Dunstable Town Football Club's stall this Saturday 14th of December between 9am and 12 noon. Lets talk about what your local team has to offer, be it youth or adult. We are attracting many local businesses to advertise with us. We give good value and exposure to companies and organisations alike, so why not come and see us in the Qu

Waterlogged pitch.

Tonights game against Harpenden Town is now OFF due to a waterlogged pitch.

Pitch inspection.

This evenings match away to Harpenden Town is subject to a 3.00pm pitch inspection.

Blues fight back.

London Colney 1-2 Dunstable Town 7th December 2019 Written by Patrick MacKay and pictures by Robert Blackman. Dunstable Town ended their poor run of form on Saturday afternoon at London Colney where a frantic ending to the game saw all three goals come in the final nine minutes. Town started the game brightly, with plenty of possession, but didn't threaten the home side's goal until Chris Stapleton chested a cross into the air and with his back to goal, saw his ambitious overhead kick hit the crossbar, and then also saw the linesman's flag raised in the air. London Colney saw their first chance squandered a short time thereafter. A deep ball was aimed towards their striker at the back pos

Back in the Quadrant.

This Saturday December 7th, the Dunstable Town Football Club stall will be in the Quadrant Shopping Centre from 9am to 12 noon. As a community club we want to attract local young people to want to play for us. So if you are thinking of perhaps changing clubs, or perhaps you have recently moved to Dunstable, then come and talk to us in the Quadrant. It's not uncommon in football for young players to have been released by a bigger club, but still aspire to play at a good level, to showcase their ability and find a way back into football. Dunstable Town FC has both a development team and a first team, so if you want that pathway opportunity why not come see us on Saturday morning. This Saturday

killer blow for blues.

Dunstable Town 2-3 Leverstock Green 30th November 2019 Written by Patrick MacKay and pictures by Chris White. A poor November for Dunstable Town ended in defeat to Leverstock Green at Creasey Park on Saturday, with a brace of penalties from Chris Stapleton not enough to get a result for the Blues. Louie Griffiths was an early threat to the Blues' backline, and forced Seb Smith to exercise his defensive muscle to hold him at bay and get a header back to Dan Gould, who returned to action for Dunstable. Town's earliest forays into opposition territory saw Stapleton running at pace at the away side's defence before sending the ball to Luke Little, who saw his shot well blocked by the defende

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Dunstable Town Football Club is a members owned football club that is run by the Club Committee

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