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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by savedulwichhamlet April 08, 07:54PM

At our home game against Hungerford Town, we will be collecting unwanted bicycles to be repaired and refurbished for refugees across London.
Towards the end of April, football clubs across the country – from the Premier League to grassroots refugee teams – will lay aside their rivalries and come together to celebrate the contribution refugee players have made, and continue to make, to the beautiful game. The ‘Football Welcomes’ weekend, promoted by Amnesty International UK, is scheduled for the weekend we play away at Weston Super-Mare.

We are delighted to announce that Dulwich Hamlet will be kick off this year’s campaign at our home game against Hungerford Town.

Following on from our successful bike collection for refugees in 2016, we will be holding another one on Saturday 13th April 2019.

More info in link below:

[www.pitchero.com]

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy April 17, 10:27AM

Thanks to Truro losing last night, Dulwich Hamlet can't be relegated, which is terrific news after a challenging season.

Easter Monday afternoon's game against Woking is the last home game of the season and now won't be the nailbiter that was feared. The ground will, though, be segregated and it's ALL TICKET, so don't turn up expecting to be able to pay on the door. Tickets are ONLY available from the club bar, which is open every evening from 6pm.

[www.pitchero.com]

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Abe_froeman April 17, 10:41AM

segregated and all ticket? Are Woking a bit lary ?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was april 17, 10:41am by Abe_froeman.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy April 17, 10:48AM

Without wishing to be libellous.... yes. Although to be fair they'll bring a big away contingent.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by YTC July 25, 02:13PM

Crystal Palace visit Champion Hill this Saturday.

3pm KO, 12pm Gates

Adults £12, Concessions £5, U13's free as always.

Hopefully the weather not quite as oppressive as today!

You can buy tickets online via seetickets. dulwichhamletfc.seetickets.com

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by dc October 05, 08:10AM

The magic of the FA Cup returns to Champion Hill today with Dulwich Hamlet taking on Eastbourne Borough at 3pm.

As usual, £12 for Adults, £5 for a wide range of concessions and under 13s go free. Turnstiles open from noon.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Clifton October 07, 04:08PM

Hamlet won 3-0 on Saturday, so are through to the 4th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup, in which they have been drawn to play Havant & Waterlooville away on October 19th. (Confusingly, they were due to play the same team at home in the league that day - that game is of course postponed.)

If Dulwich can win this one, they will be through to the First Round Proper for the first time since 1998-99.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Alan Medic October 13, 10:00AM

Clifton Wrote:
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> Hamlet won 3-0 on Saturday, so are through to the
> 4th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup, in which they
> have been drawn to play Havant & Waterlooville
> away on October 19th. (Confusingly, they were due
> to play the same team at home in the league that
> day - that game is of course postponed.)
>
> If Dulwich can win this one, they will be through
> to the First Round Proper for the first time since
> 1998-99.

Did they play Southport?

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy October 13, 10:29AM

They did – it was my first game at Champion Hill. They lost 1-0.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Alan Medic October 14, 07:24AM

Ah, my memory isn't too bad then. I was at it too.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by malumbu October 14, 12:05PM

Entertaining match on Saturday and fair result but had to watch through a sea of umbrellas. A rain hat was fine, whimps, and agree with the comment on banning them! Well at least I didn't have to fight my way through the mass of buggies like last time (I've taken my kids to footy before I start getting hate mail).

[www.brixtonbuzz.com]

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by rhamilton9.210 October 16, 09:52PM

Clifton Wrote:
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> Hamlet won 3-0 on Saturday, so are through to the
> 4th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup, in which they
> have been drawn to play Havant & Waterlooville
> away on October 19th. (Confusingly, they were due
> to play the same team at home in the league that
> day - that game is of course postponed.)
>
> If Dulwich can win this one, they will be through
> to the First Round Proper for the first time since
> 1998-99.

Bury FC have been removed from this year's FA Cup. So this means if Dulwich beat Havant and Waterlooville on Saturday, get a bye in the First round draw, they could draw a team from League 1 or League 2 in Round two.

Imagine an away day at the Stadium of Light against Sunderland!

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by clintmcjam October 17, 12:36PM

League 1 and 2 teams join the competition in the First Round, so if they win on Saturday then there's a chance they could play Sunderland (or another League Club) in the second week of November.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy October 19, 05:04PM

A tremendous 2-1 win for Hamlet at Havant & Waterlooville sees them into the FA Cup First Round for the first time in 20 years. The draw will take place live on BBC Two on Monday evening at 7.10pm.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Clifton October 21, 11:27AM

Hamlet will get £18,750 in prize money for winning last Saturday. A win in the 1st round proper would pay £36,000 (plus half of gate receipts, and possibly a TV fee).

Dulwich are ball no 64 in tonight's draw. Other teams' numbers are here: [www.thefa.com]

47 League teams and 32 non-League teams will be involved. Because of Bury's absence, there will only be one ball left when 78 have been drawn. That side gets a bye to the 2nd round. It also gets the 1st round prize money, but obviously misses out on gate receipts.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy October 21, 09:10PM

Hamlet have a First Round home tie against League Two side Carlisle Utd. A great draw... Exact date and time tbc, but this would make an attractive live TV prospect.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Clifton October 22, 12:00AM

If Hamlet are selected for live TV coverage the fee is £75,000 per club.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy October 22, 09:57AM

Wow! That should cover the 'leccy bill smiling smiley

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy October 24, 11:24AM

And yes! Hamlet's game v Carlisle Utd is going to be live on BBC2 on the evening of Fri November 8th. That's going to be some night... No news on ticket allocations yet.
[www.bbc.co.uk]

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Mark October 24, 11:49AM

Excellent news!

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy October 26, 09:38AM

Ticket prices are confirmed as £12 (£7 concessions), which is great news – well done to the club for not exploiting the occasion. Ticket sale details are to be announced "imminently".

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy October 28, 09:21AM

Full details are now available for how to buy tickets to the FA Cup game:
[www.pitchero.com]

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by ruffers October 28, 09:45AM

Priority for season ticket and trust members, fair enough. Shareholders?

Will they have to segregate this game? I'm assuming no but in the details it does say "Any Away fans found to have gained entry with a Home ticket will be removed from the ground."

And (more importantly) will we still be able to have a drink by the pitch.....?

Questions questions!!

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy October 28, 09:59AM

Yeah, I wondered about shareholders. Seems a shame that their commitment to the club doesn't give priority, though I suspect a large majority of them will also be season ticket holders and/or Trust members.

It will be segregated. I hope not in the same way that it was for last season's Woking game, where they were given the 'Toilets Opposite' stand.

I'm sure there won't be alcohol allowed outside the bar area, but tbc.

Slight aside - as a shareholder (as well as a season ticket holder and a Trust member), I'm a bit concerned about the lack of communication in general from the club. We haven't had the AGM that was promised for July and there are lots of matters concerning the proposed development, finances etc about which we've heard nothing. I appreciate that the board and the club's officials have a lot on their plate, but it would be good to hear from them.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by ruffers October 28, 10:11AM

BrandNewGuy Wrote:
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>
> Slight aside - as a shareholder (as well as a
> season ticket holder and a Trust member), I'm a
> bit concerned about the lack of communication in
> general from the club. We haven't had the AGM that
> was promised for July and there are lots of
> matters concerning the proposed development,
> finances etc about which we've heard nothing. I
> appreciate that the board and the club's officials
> have a lot on their plate, but it would be good to
> hear from them.

As another shareholder and also trust member I echo this 100% and I know we're not the only ones.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by snoopy17 October 28, 12:40PM

I have a season ticket but no photo id. do you thik birth certificate, bank card will do?

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy October 28, 01:13PM

Bank card will be fine.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Peckhamgatecrasher October 28, 06:52PM

What are the odds of there being tickets left over for us ordinary joes?

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy October 28, 08:14PM

Peckhamgatecrasher Wrote:
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> What are the odds of there being tickets left over
> for us ordinary joes?

Best bet is to go to Saturday's home game v Bath City. Get there for 1.30, go and buy your FA Cup tickets in the bar and then relax with a pint or two before kick off smiling smiley
Once the season ticket / trust members plus those going to the game on Saturday have bought tickets, I doubt there'll be very many going on general sale.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by snoopy17 October 28, 09:28PM

can a sixteen year old with a concession season ticket buy a adult ticket instead of a concession ticket?

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