Back in the Quadrant .

On Saturday 29th February Dunstable Town FC have their stall rolling into the Quadrant Shopping Centre from 9am to 12 noon. We look forward to talking to many local people about what your local non-league club has to offer. Maybe you want to volunteer to help us on matchdays; a warm welcome awaits if that's the case. Come down on Saturday and talk to us. We would love to hear from any local businesses who are interested in advertising with us, we have packages that fit most budgets and we strongly believe in partnering with companies, providing your brand with maximum exposure across all our social media platforms. This Saturday our first team are at home to Colney Heath, kick off at 3pm. Wh

Broadfields United 2-2 Dunstable Town.

Broadfields United 2-2 Dunstable Town 22nd February 2020 Written by Patrick MacKay, Picture by Robert Blackman. A Jack Harvey-Bailey brace looked to have avenged Dunstable Town's opening day defeat to Broadfields United, but a late goal from a deflected free kick ensured the points were shared. After the Blues' previous two games were postponed due to adverse weather, wind once again made for difficult playing conditions at Preston Park. Playing into the wind, Town made a perfect start to the game, with Daniel Trif getting into a great crossing position on the right before finding Luke Little, whose shot cannoned off the post. The ball was recycled and within seconds Little turned provider a

Broadfields United 2-2 Dunstable Town.

Broadfields United 2-2 Dunstable Town 22nd February 2020,Written by Patrick Mackay. A Jack Harvey-Bailey brace looked to have avenged Dunstable Town's opening day defeat to Broadfields United, but a late goal from a deflected free kick ensured the points were shared.After the Blues' previous two games were postponed due to adverse weather, wind once again made for difficult playing conditions at Preston Park.Playing into the wind, Town made a perfect start to the game, with Daniel Trif getting into a great crossing position on the right before finding Luke Little, whose shot cannoned off the post. The ball was recycled and within seconds Little turned provider as he put the ball on the head

All square. 

Broadfields United 2-2 Dunstable Town 22nd February 2020 Patrick MacKay A Jack Harvey-Bailey brace looked to have avenged Dunstable Town's opening day defeat to Broadfields United, but a late goal from a deflected free kick ensured the points were shared. After the Blues' previous two games were postponed due to adverse weather, wind once again made for difficult playing conditions at Preston Park. Playing into the wind, Town made a perfect start to the game, with Daniel Trif getting into a great crossing position on the right before finding Luke Little, whose shot cannoned off the post. The ball was recycled and within seconds Little turned provider as he put the ball on the head of Jack

On the road.

The first team are on the road and fingers crossed for a hatrick of wins at Preston park twice against landlords Harefield where the town have beat them twice in the league and cup, Please come along and show the lads your support. Please check our social media platforms for news, Also please have a look at our you-tube channel Dunstable Town TV.

Back in the Quadrant.

This Saturday 22nd of February from 9am to 12 noon Dunstable Town Football Club will have it's stall in the Quadrant Shopping Centre. The recent inclement weather has played havoc with fixtures in non-league football with some pitches looking more like the Somme or Lake Windermere, so let's hope for a dry spell to allow grassroots football to get underway again. I hope you have had a peek at Dunstable Town TV, on YouTube and that you have clicked on subcribe to follow our channel. Joining me on Saturday morning at the stall will be our Chairman, Neil Barker. Why not come down and speak to Neil, if you want to get involved with the club in some capacity. Maybe you have a child looking for a n

Back in the Quadrant. 

This Saturday 22nd of February from 9am to 12 noon Dunstable Town Football Club will have it's stall in the Quadrant Shopping Centre. The recent inclement weather has played havoc with fixtures in non-league football with some pitches looking more like the Somme or Lake Windermere, so let's hope for a dry spell to allow grassroots football to get underway again. I hope you have had a peek at Dunstable Town TV, on YouTube and that you have clicked on subcribe to follow our channel. Joining me on Saturday morning at the stall will be our Chairman, Neil Barker. Why not come down and speak to Neil, if you want to get involved with the club in some capacity. Maybe you have a child looking for a

Tonight's match off.

Tonight's match against Leverstock Green reserves is off due to to a waterlogged pitch .

Thursday back under the lights.

With the last two games been called off for the first team we are hopefully back under the lights at Creasey park on Thursday when our young development side take on Leverstock Green.

Game on. 

Our game this evening at Harpenden Town is on, please keep a look out on our social media platforms if any heavy rain does fall, we will do our best to inform you with any news.

Match update.

Due to the rain that has been forecasted over night we have arranged for a pitch inspection for tomorrow (Saturday) at 11.00. Soon as a decision has been made we will update all social media platforms and our website.

Edgware Town 1-0 Dunstable Town.

Edgware Town 1-0 Dunstable Town 8th February 2020 Written by Patrick MacKay, Pictures by Robert Blackman.  Dunstable Town's first defeat in five games came at Silver Jubilee Park on Saturday afternoon, in spite of a dominant second half display. The Blues had the better of the first quarter of an hour, with Dan Blackman whipping in two free-kicks from dangerous positions, but Edgware soon grew into the game and looked dangerous. A ball to the edge of the box saw Edgware Town's Hadi Issa's shot whistle past the post, before the visitors had a goal disallowed; Joe Hankins' slotted finish deemed to be offside. Hankins linked up well with Adam Sawyer and Cam Brooks in a pacy move down the le

Back in the Quadrant.

This Saturday 8th of February from 9am to 12 noon Dunstable Town Football Club will have their stall in the Quadrant Shopping Centre in Dunstable. As a parent you may have a youngster 4/5 years old who loves kicking the ball about at home, but you want that bit more for them. Well we have a Saturday morning development centre at Creasey Park, run by a qualified coach, John Sanders. If that interests you for your boy or girl come and talk to us in the Quadrant. We have a vibrant youth section and come the end of season perhaps your child wants to look to pastures new, a club with a link into adult football that may not currently be on offer to them. Come down and see us in the Quadrant and w

Back in the Quadrant. 

This Saturday 8th of February from 9am to 12 noon Dunstable Town Football Club will have their stall in the Quadrant Shopping Centre in Dunstable. As a parent you may have a youngster 4/6 years old who loves kicking the ball about at home, but you want that bit more for them. Well we have a Saturday morning development centre at Creasey Park, run by a qualified coach, John Sanders. If that interests you for your boy or girl come and talk to us in the Quadrant. We have a vibrant youth section and come the end of season perhaps your child wants to look to pastures new, a club with a link into adult football that may not currently be on offer to them. Come down and see us in the Quadrant and w

Another win for the Blues.

Harefield United 1-2 Dunstable Town 4th February 2020 Patrick MacKay Gareth Jackson's men made it ten points from a possible twelve on Tuesday evening, with a late Joe Hankins header completing a turnaround against Harefield United. There were five changes for the Blues after Saturday's well-earned point against Biggleswade United, with Jackson giving a debut to left-back Jeremiah Debayo, and starting places for other recent recruits Helder Lopes and Jake Kissiedu. Lopes had the first sight of goal for the Blues when a Joe Hankins cross was headed into his path, but while he connected with the ball well, he couldn't direct his shot on target. Good work on the wing saw Daniel Trif cut ins

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