100 for Dan Trif.

I’m not sure if there is a position that Daniel Trif hasn’t played in for the Blues since his arrival from London Tigers FC in the summer of 2017. He’s played at the back, in midfield, up front and even in goal on a couple of occasions. He is Mr Versatility. But that doesn’t even begin to tell you what you need to know about Daniel Trif the man. A Romanian national with an ever- present smile and a heart as big as they come. Daniel has the love and respect of everyone at the Club, not just for his unquestionable commitment and loyalty on the field but also for the courage and strength he showed in the dark days of the winter of 2017 and the spring of 2018. The loss of Ella was felt by every

Back at the Quadrant.

Dunstable Town's fortunes have begun to turn with back-to-back victories in the league, scoring seven goals and conceding just three; a decent ratio that we will look to take forward. Credit to both management and players. We intend to try and make it three wins on the bounce this coming Saturday when are home to Biggleswade United, kick-off is at 3pm. However before then our stall will be in the Quadrant Shopping Centre on Tuesday 28th January from 9am to 12 noon. As a community club we want to work with local companies, and we believe we offer excellent value so why not come and chat to us in the Quadrant. We also know getting a break in football is never easy and having a healthy environ

Blues make it two on the bounce.

Dunstable Town 5-2 Oxhey Jets 25th January 2020 Wrote by Patrick MacKay and pictures by Liam Smith.  A second brace of the week for Chris Stapleton, a Harry Shepherd strike and a double for Joe Hankins saw the Jets grounded as Dunstable soared to a victory at Creasey Park on Saturday. Dunstable started well, with Eric Ameyaw having his early header cleared away, but it was the away team who found themselves ahead when Louis Bircham headed past a full-stretch Dan Gould. After a short spell of pressure from Oxhey, Dunstable levelled when Hankins charged down goalkeeper Filip Chalupniczak's attempted clearance and saw his block send the ball into the back of the net. The turnaround was comp

Press Release.

Following on from the exciting news of Peter Kioso signing for LutonTown , we reflect on the significant contribution made by our former manager Tony McCool to his career path during his time with us. The recruitment , coaching, and development of the young players in Tony's charge, has led to three former Dunstable Town players (including Peter) signing professional terms together with many others playing at Steps 3 and 4 in the non league pyramid. This is a sterling achievement and recognition of Tony's commitment and ability.

Crawley Green 1-2 Dunstable Town.

Crawley Green 1-2 Dunstable Town 21st January 2020 Written by Patrick MacKay, Pictures by Liam Smith.  A Chris Stapleton brace on a chilly night at the Brache ensured Dunstable Town's dominant performance was justly rewarded. Stapleton, along with Luke Little, looked industrious and dangerous from the first whistle, but the first clear opportunity fell to Crawley Green, with Dan Gould producing a decent save with his feet to deny. When a Crawley Green defender sent a weak header back in the direction of his goalkeeper Louie Lobjoit, Little's sharpness was again causing issues as he was able to latch onto the errant pass, but with the angle tightening fast, Lobjoit was able to keep the sco

Peter Kioso signs for the Hatters.

22nd January 2020. PRESS RELEASE. Dunstable Town FC are delighted to learn that former Blues right back, Peter Kioso, has today signed for Luton Town FC. Peter joined Dunstable Town FC as a 19 year old in the Autumn of 2017 following his release from MK Dons. He was a valuable member of the Blues team which was playing in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier League that season. Peter played 27 times during the season scoring one goal which proved to be the winner in a Boxing Day encounter at Banbury Utd. Brave and fearless in the tackle, a good distributor of the ball and with speed to burn, Peter was always destined to play at a higher level. We were all pleased that Peter moved on in the close

Back in the Quadrant.

On Saturday 18th January from 9am till 12 noon the Dunstable Town FC stall will be in the Quadrant Shopping Centre. We enjoy talking to local people about our community club and how as a club we want to be part of the fabric of the community. We feel we have seen benefits from our presence and will continue to develop our community network further as a consequence. As always we welcome people coming down to seek information either about playing for Dunstable Town FC, or advertising with the club, as many are doing in increasing numbers. We want to build a vibrant Dunstable Town FC family and we would love YOU to be part of it. Come down on Saturday and find out how you or your company can w

Development team back to back home fixtures.

After Saturdays 1-1 draw at Creasey Park against Hartney Whitney, the Deve team are back in action under the lights on Thursday 7.45 KO against Thatcham Town. Please show your support.


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Back in the Quadrant.

Saturday 11th of January from 9am to 12 noon is when the Dunstable Town Football Club stall will be in the Quadrant Shopping Centre. With a new year and a new decade now underway, many players at all levels are weighing up their footballing options. Many players get released by clubs, or leave of their own accord. For so many the way back is via semi-pro clubs, and we believe a viable option for those seeking to do that is Dunstable Town FC. So come down and talk to us in the Quadrant in the morning. As a semi-pro supporters run club we want to work with local companies in terms of advertising and sponsorship. We want to build relationships that benefit the town as a whole. If you want to

Greens do the double over the Town.

Leverstock Green 1-0 Dunstable Town 4th January 2020 Written by Patrick MacKay A Luke Peerless header for the hosts was the difference as Dunstable Town visited Leverstock Green in their first game of the year. A boggy pitch would largely dictate the style of play on the afternoon, but with Dunstable playing a different system, they managed to take control of the first half after weathering an early period of pressure from Leverstock Green. Sam McClelland and Eric Ameyaw looked sturdy in the Blues backline, while debutant Helder Lopes was industrious and skilful in midfield. Dunstable's first opportunity came in the tenth minute, with Daniel Trif instrumental in a swift attack, and when

Dates for your diary.

Two local away games and one home game this month, It would be great to have your support. ONECLUBONEFAMILYDUNSTABLETOWNFC.

Battle of the Towns.

Dunstable Town 0-3 Leighton Town 28th December 2019 Written by Patrick MacKay and pictures by Liam Smith.  The final game of 2019 saw visiting neighbours Leighton Town put three goals past Dunstable Town, on an afternoon that cast out any remaining Christmas cheer for the home side. Dunstable looked lively in the early stages, particularly (and unsurprisingly) Joe Hankins, and produced two chances via free kicks. The first of these was hit by Khy Smith-Reid, and Leighton Town goalkeeper Brad Kirkwood did well to hold onto the ball, with a number of attacking Blues following in, in the hope of putting away any spills. The visitors took control of the game after taking a while to settle, an

First of the new year back in the Quadrant.

So we begin a new decade, and the transfer merry-go-round begins with the big clubs already talking in terms of telephone numbers for both wages and transfer fees. Yet at the non-league level where we are, simply getting through a season is seen as one hell of an achievement! The comparisons are both stark and jaw dropping. Dunstable Town FC will be continuing it's regular stall in the Quadrant tomorrow 2nd of January from 9am till 12 noon. We are the grassroots of football, with no Russian or Arab backer in site. Instead, a supporters run club doing it's best to provide local football as best we can at a cost we believe is good value, with localism at it's heart. If anyone shares our belie

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