Dulwich Hamlet: Club Profile

Promoted with us from Diadora League Division One in 1992, we hung out with Dulwich Hamlet for three straight seasons. The Hamlet remained in the Premier Division after we went up in 1994; staying there before relegation took them back to Division One in 2001. In more recent times, the club came back in an upwards direction; promoted to National League South for the first time in 2018.

Off the pitch, however, there was some to-do with their ground for an extended period. In 1991, their Champion Hill ground was demolished on safety grounds – and rebuilt for the start of the 1992-3 campaign. In 2013, it became the first football venue to be listed as an Asset of Community Value. But it lost this status soon after. The ground was then bought in 2014 by a developer, who forced the club out in March 2018.

After much pressure, the Hamlet could go back home in 2018 after sharing with Tooting & Mitcham.

 

The Facts

Dulwich Hamlet: Record vs Boro'

PlWDLFAGDPts*WR%
641110551367%

* league points only


Dulwich Hamlet: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 15 January 1994

Monday 23 August 1993

Saturday 06 March 1993

Monday 28 September 1992

Saturday 14 March 1992

Saturday 26 October 1991

 

Players For Us... and Them

Paull AbbottProfile
Dipo AkinyemiProfile
Danny CarrollProfile
Leon CortProfile
Lee EndersbyProfile
Justin GregoryProfile
Rudi HedmanProfile
Connor HunteProfile
Simeon JacksonProfile
Albert JarrettProfile
Winston RichardsProfile
Calum WillockProfile
Phil WilsonProfile

Dulwich Hamlet Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand


Ticket Info


Facilities for Disabled Fans


Pre-Match Pints

Dulwich Hamlet Travel Information – Distance: 35 miles

By Road

The most direct route that takes you through central London, which means you should be aware of the Congestion Charge zone – now in force seven days a week.

Go south on the A1(M) and A1 until Mill Hill, where you’ll need to switch to the A41. Keep on the A41 through Swiss Cottage and St John’s Wood; all the way down to Euston Road in fact. Go across Euston Road and turn right onto George Street, before making a quick left onto Great Cumberland Place. This is to bring you out at Marble Arch.

Get in the lanes that will take you onto Park Lane (the A4202). At Piccadilly, go round the Wellington Arch and take Grosvenor Place (A302) around the back of Buckingham Palace and then swing left onto Lower Grosvenor Place. Follow this round to the right as you go through Victoria and then flick left onto Vauxhall Bridge Road.

Go across the river and under the railway bridge, bearing left for the A3204. But it won’t be long until you need to turn right into Durham Street, then left onto Harleyford Road to skirt around The Oval. Keep on this road across the A3 junction until you get to Camberwell.

Turn right onto Camberwell Grove in about 1.6 miles and then right onto Grove Hill Road at the end. Next, it’s a left onto Dog Kennel Hill (A2216). Just 0.1 mile later, it’s right onto Edgar Kail Way. The ground is down here.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking

Get to the ground in good enough time and you may snare yourself a parking spot. If not, there is apparently plenty of on-streeet parking nearby. Just be on the look-out for parking restrictions that might affect you.


By Rail

Station: EAST DULWICH
Services to: WIMBLEDON (for LONDON BRIDGE)

East Dulwich station is not far from the ground at all. Leave the station and turn left onto Dog Kennel Hill. After passing Morley’s Fried Chicken, cut across St Francis Park on the left. This will bring you out right by the ground. Simple!

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner