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This week the Supporters’ Trust took delivery of the first batch of the new home and away replica shirts and boy don’t they look smart!

Earlier in the summer, new shirt sponsor, Picfair, ran an online vote for fans to determine the design of the home shirt with the ‘sash’ design proving to be the most popular.

Last season’s popular, pink away shirt design has been retained but updated with 2017/18 sponsors logos.

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The shirts will initially go on sale at each of the home pre-season friendlies giving fans attending these games an exclusive opportunity to purchase the shirt first. A reminder of the home pre-season fixtures taking place at Champion Hill:

Tuesday 18th July v Crawley Town KO 7:45pm

Tuesday 25th July v Crystal Palace KO 7:30pm

Saturday 29th July v Brentford KO 3pm

Due to an expected high demand for the shirts, a special stall will be set up outside the mega-container for the Crawley Town friendly.  This will be the only location you will be able to purchase the replica shirts at this game. Please note that purchase of the shirts on this occasion will be cash only.

For the remaining home games you will be able to purchase replica shirts from the mega-container by cash or card.

Adult shirts are priced at £40 and sizes range from small to XXXL.  Youth shirts range from ages 6 to 14 years and will be priced at £30.

Current Supporters’ Trust members and 2017/18 Season Ticket holders, on production of either card at the time of purchase, will be able to purchase an adult replica shirt at one of the three pre-season games for the discounted price of £35.

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Shirts will be made available online once the league season commences via our new online store alongside the mega-container on match days.

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If you can’t wait until the Crawley Town game to see the shirts in the flesh then we will have the new shirt on display at the first pre-season friendly at Beckenham Town and at the Lambeth Country Show on the Supporters’ Trust stall. binäre optionen watchdog Match day mascot draw

For the 2017-2018 season, every purchase of a shirt for a child, 14 years or under, will be eligible to enter the draw to become a home match day mascot..

Entry forms will be available in the Supporters’ Trust shop and must be completed at the time of purchase.  Once the forms have been completed they will be passed onto the Football Club Committee who will contact the lucky winners directly.

Please note that this offer is only open to those purchasing shirts via the mega-container on home match days.

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July 2017 – 100 Club Draw

The winners of this month’s draw were David Hudson who won £65 and Tim Scott who won £39. Monthly contributions are running at £260 and the total raised now stands at over £33k. Many thanks for your continued support. Head here to fill in a quick and easy online form to be in with a chance of winning next month’s draw.

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Planning Update

This update contains the latest on the planning application, feedback from our meetings with local councillors and MPs and important news regarding the Council’s proposals for the new Southwark Plan consultation which includes proposals for Champion Hill which are not currently in the best interests for the future of our Club and requires your help.

Continue reading “Planning Update”

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Merchandise Update

The Supporters’ Trust have been very busy during the close season working on not only getting our current range of merchandise re-stocked, but designing and ordering new items for the coming season.  A number of new items have now arrived in stock, including the first of our 125 anniversary range.  The range will include badges, a limited edition friendship scarf and t-shirts with a percentage of the profits going towards the Inter City 125 fund. The first item, pictured above, is now in stock and will be available at the first home pre-season game from the mega-container.  Many thanks to Steve at Chunky Punk Creative for the design of our 125 anniversary logo.

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New online shop

As you may be aware, the Trust Shop is solely run on a voluntary basis and it was becoming clear that our online sales have grown to such an extent that moving forward we really needed assistance.  Therefore, from this season, we have outsourced to an external company who will now run the online store on our behalf. You can visit the new shop here Please feel free to send us any feedback you may have on the new shop!

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We have worked closely with the Football Club to ensure that we have our replica shirts in stock for the start of the season.  Some of you may have noticed, via social media, that both our home and away replicas have arrived at our suppliers. We are expected to take delivery of those items very shortly and we will publish details on how supporters can purchased these next week.

End of season round up

Köpa Cialis Hjo Our most recent Summer newsletter ‘The Hamletter’ included an end of season round up of our community and outreach work from outgoing Trust Board member, Walter Johnson…

It’s the end of another amazing season both on the pitch and off it!  The team performed admirably well on four fronts but ultimately ended with no silverware to show for their efforts. We reached the semi-finals of the Alan Turvey Trophy going down 3-1 against Tonbridge Angels. We narrowly missed out on reaching a home final in the London Senior Cup, agonisingly going down 3-2 in extra time against Cray Valley Paper Mills. Who could forget our epic cup run in the FA Trophy which ended at the quarter final stage? After a thrilling match at Champion Hill in which Dulwich came back from 2-0 down to force a replay they eventually bowed out at Macclesfield Town losing 2-0. Our run in the FA Trophy reignited our season with Gavin Rose’s men in superb form coming into the home strait. With games in hand mounting up because of our cup exploits the team showed great belief and strength and managed to propel ourselves into third place and into the play-offs before sadly losing out to our old foe, Bognor Regis Town in the play off final.

Off the pitch we have had an incredible season too. Back in September the Dulwich Hamlet Supporters’ Trust (DHST) sent a small group of fans to Grande-Synthe in Dunkirk to participate in the inaugural Liberté Cup to represent the Club. The Liberté Cup was a football tournament which brought together refugees from the La Linière refugee camp in Grande-Synthe and football fans from France, Ireland and England. The group that went had an amazing time engaging with the refugees from the camp, along with meeting aid workers from the camp and other football fans. This was an excellent example of the Club enhancing its reputation as a caring community club.

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In October the club commemorated 80 years since the Battle of Cable Street and the start of the Spanish Civil War.  In a collaboration with the Dulwich Hamlet Football Club Committee, Trade Union members were able to attend our home fixture against Bognor Regis Town at a concessionary rate which resulted in one of our highest attendances of the season. We invited the International Brigades Memorial Trust to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Spanish Civil War, through bucket collections. The match was sponsored by ASLEF and Hope not Hate and local trade union branches proudly displayed their banners at pitchside.

In late October, DHST arranged an interview with our former player and legend Benjamin Odeje. Benjamin Odeje is recognised as the first black footballer to represent England at any level, having represented England Schoolboys on five occasions. Benjamin represented Dulwich Hamlet, as well as Hendon and Charlton. He now works part time as a teacher and football coach. It was inspirational to hear his stories about what is was like to represent the club at a time when football supporters had much to learn about the way we should treat footballers on the field.

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In December we organised our annual Christmas party which was enjoyed by all who attended and again featured excellent musical entertainment from Dulwich fans, And Other Nihilists and Brixton Buzz’s Mike Urban on the decks.  We held an auction and raffle with 50% of the proceeds going to the Football Club’s charity partner for 2016/17, Football Beyond Borders.

In the spring we helped to celebrate International Women’s Day by highlighting the contribution that women have made to Dulwich Hamlet FC, our local community and the game as a whole. On the match day itself the First XI wore a special all purple kit, the primary colour of the International Women’s Day organisation (IWD). The kit was specially produced for the occasion and featured IWD’s charity partners Catalyst and the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts’ (WAGGGS) logos. Following the match a number of shirts were auctioned raising over £2000 for the charities. In addition to this DHST interviewed a number of women participating in football including actress and activist, Adrienne Alcover, World Player of the Year, Carli Lloyd and our very own First Team physio, Toni Miller.

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Interviewees for International Women’s Day 2017

With the season over the Trust turned its attention to summer community events with Goose Green Fair being the first off in May. It felt like a real curtain call, with fans new, old and prospective all coming over to our stall for a chat. It was great to hear their season in review and also good to sign up some new members. In equal measure it was great meeting new residents to the area and being able to tell them all about our fantastic Club and inviting them to the Champion Hill for the first time with the offer of a free ticket thanks to the Football Club.

DHST stall at the Goose Green Fair

To illustrate the fantastic work that DHFC does in and for the community, the Club was awarded the Barry East Community Club of the Year award at the Isthmian League’s annual dinner. This is the second year in a row that the Club has won this award and really does prove that the great work that the Supporters’ Trust, Football Committee and our fans do does not go unnoticed. Well done to everyone who has played a part in this and long may it continue.


New Southwark Plan – Area Visions and Site Allocations: WE NEED YOUR HELP!

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Southwark Council are in the process of drafting new site allocations and area visions for the New Southwark Plan. Included within this was an allocation for the existing Champion Hill stadium site including the land around the stadium (car wash, car park) and the land on which the stadium buildings sit (health club, bar, changing rooms etc.) but specifically excluding the football pitch. The important bit here is that development of all land except the pitch means that the Club would have to function without any of the basic ancillary elements (turnstiles, stands, bar, changing rooms) that are essential to be able to function at even a basic level of football let alone one at Isthmian level or above. Whilst we welcome the inclusion of the Champion Hill site in the proposals (in the sense that there is an understanding from the Council that the site can be redeveloped in the future), the current proposals do not have sufficient consideration for the Football Club and its ability to function properly. We urge all supporters to take the opportunity to make comments on this document by 7 July.

Continue reading “New Southwark Plan – Area Visions and Site Allocations: WE NEED YOUR HELP!”

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100 Club Draw – June 2017

The winners of this month’s draw were Bill Collar who won £63.75 and Paul Griffin who won £38.25. Monthly contributions are running at £255 and the total raised now stands at over £33k. Many thanks for your continued support. Head here to fill in a quick and easy online form to be in with a chance of winning next month’s draw.

Deadline for nominations to the Trust Board approaching



A reminder that the deadline for nominations to join the Supporters’ Trust Board is rapidly approaching! You have until midnight on Sunday 28th May to make your nominations. Being on the DHST Board is a great way to volunteer time to help the Club, meet new people, and learn new skills. Nominations are welcome from anyone who is over the age of 18 and is a paid up member of DHST. Continue reading “Deadline for nominations to the Trust Board approaching”

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May 2017 – 100 Club Winners

The winners of this month’s draw were John Prendergast who won £64.50 and David Miles who won £38.70. Monthly contributions are running at £258 and the total raised now stands at over £33k. Many thanks for your continued support. Head here to fill in a quick and easy online form to be in with a chance of winning next month’s draw.