Dulwich Hamlet had the highest attendance in the Isthmian League in 2015–16, with an average attendance was 1,343, more than double the next highest at Hampton & Richmond Borough. They finished bottom of the Premier Division in 1989–90, and were relegated to Division One. On the Saturday before the Planning Committee meeting, DHST and the Club’s Community Committee took part in the first Football Pride online festival. Kail was the last amateur player to play for England whilst solely with an amateur club, and shunned many approaches from professional clubs to stay with Dulwich Hamlet, his local side, for whom he scored over 400 goals, and is still the subject of terrace songs by fans of the club. Recently it was announced that The Kail Foundation has been entered onto the Register of Charities with the Registered Charity Number 1189492. Phoenix, so that the club could field senior men's and women's teams with identical status. [15] Dulwich Hamlet returned to Hamburg in July 2018 for a match against Altona 93 to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the founding of both clubs. Thanks’ must also go to those members of the Club and DHST who worked so tirelessly towards this application, plus all our many supporters’ and community members who wrote to the Council lodging their support of the proposed plans. [7] In 2016–17 Dulwich finished third in the Premier Division, qualifying for the play-offs for the third season in a row.

Dulwich Hamlet FC football players with the FA Amateur Cup after the final at Upton Park, London in 1937. They are currently members of the National League South, the sixth tier of English football, and play at Champion Hill History. They are fantastic allies for LGBTIQ+ people”. Dulwich Hamlet Football Club is a football club in south London, England, fielding senior men's and women's sides. For the men's football club, see, Friendship with Altona 1893 and other European links, London and South East Women's Regional Football League, https://www.southwarknews.co.uk/news/video-afc-phoenix-merge-with-dulwich-hamlet-to-form-first-dhfc-womens-squad/, https://shekicks.net/afc-phoenix-become-dulwich-hamlet-womens-fc/, http://fulltime-league.thefa.com/Index.do?league=388619, https://www.pitchero.com/clubs/dulwichhamlet/news/dulwich-hamlet-announce-new-womens-team-2432868.html, "Football revolution as disillusioned fans head for the non-league", "Dulwich Hamlet hope anti-homophobia in football campaign is blueprint to others at top of game", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Dulwich_Hamlet_F.C._Ladies&oldid=977360128, Association football clubs established in 1893, Association football clubs established in 2019, Short description with empty Wikidata description, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 8 September 2020, at 11:09. [10] In recent seasons, the Football Club Committee, Supporters Trust and fans have backed anti-discrimination and anti-homophobia initiatives, amongst many other initiatives within the community. [18], Dulwich Hamlet had the highest attendance in the Isthmian League in 2015–16, with an average attendance was 1,343, more than double the next highest at Hampton & Richmond Borough. The stadium was used for amateur international matches, including the 1948 Summer Olympics. [2] The club went on to retain the title the following season. The panel discussed our previous and current LGBTQ+ initiatives and fielded a number of questions from the online audience. Venue Name Champion Hill Stadium City London Capacity 3336. The club played at Woodwarde Road until 1895, when they moved to College Farm. They also won the FA Amateur Cup, beating Tufnell Park 1–0 in the final at the Den. [20] In recent seasons, the Football Club Committee, Supporters Trust and fans have backed anti-discrimination and anti-homophobia initiatives, amongst many other initiatives within the community. Phoenix, a woman's football team formed less than a mile away in Clapham Common in 2010,[3] had gained significant attention in the local SE London area for a dedicated fanbase, work ethic, and winning promotions in successive seasons. Whilst there is currently no confirmed date for the resumption of the men’s football, the Women’s team have started training and have already completed a couple of behind doors pre-seasonal friendlies. They are currently members of the National League South, the sixth tier of English football, and play at Champion Hill. [11], The efforts made by the club and all of its volunteers to ensure that the club connects with all parts of its local community were recognised in 2016, when they were awarded the Football Foundation Community Club Of The Year at the National Game Awards in London.
The men's club was formed in 1893, by Lorraine 'Pa' Wilson. The women's team are currently members of and play at Champion Hill. The Kail Foundation will be the umbrella that all Dulwich Hamlet FC’s community work will fall under. This result put them in 16th place in the 22 team National League South table. The men's club was formed in 1893, by Lorraine 'Pa' Wilson.

In 1948–49 the club won the Isthmian League for a fourth time. The club was formed in 1893, by Lorraine 'Pa' Wilson.

The women's team are currently members of and play at Champion Hill History. [3] They returned to the Premier Division after winning the Division One South title on the last day of the 2012–13 season with a 1–1 draw against Burgess Hill Town. The new stadium will not only now secure the long-term future of the Football Club but will also provide modern sports facilities for local teams, schools and the community of East Dulwich. [2] The club went on to retain the title the following season.[2].
[14] Altona 1893 won 5–3 on the day. [5] The following season the club finished fifth, and reached the play-off final after winning 1–0 at Bognor Regis Town in the semi-final,[6] before going on to lose 3–1 at East Thurrock United. Football v Homophobia is an international initiative that exists to challenge discrimination based on sexual orientation gender identity and expression at all levels of football. Not only do they create a welcoming environment at Champion Hill, but they have raised thousands of pounds for LGBTIQ+ causes. They were founder members of the Dulwich League in 1899, and were its inaugural champions.