Dulwich Hamlet F.C.

Dulwich Hamlet F.C.

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Dulwich Hamlet Football Club is an English football club who play at Champion Hill stadium in Dulwich, in the London Borough of Southwark. Formed in 1893, they joined the Isthmian League a few years later, winning it a total of 4 times, between 1920 and 1949, and wear a famous pink and blue strip.

They currently play in the Isthmian League Division One South, at Step 4 in the National League System (tier 8 of English football) and have played at this level since their relegation from the Premier Division in 2000-01. Currently, Fisher are tenants due to their ground being redeveloped. As well as the tenants, their chief local rivals are Tooting and Mitcham United and Kingstonian, although with none of these sides in their division, their nearest league rivals are Croydon Athletic.


The club was formed in 1893, by Lorraine 'Pa' Wilson, and a plaque next to their stadium commemorates him to this day. Their greatest ever player was Edgar Kail, who scored over 400 goals for the club. An amateur footballer, he won three full caps for the England team against France, Belgium and Spain in 1929, and shunned 'big money' moves to professional clubs to play for his beloved Dulwich Hamlet. Bert Coleman also won an England cap while playing at Dulwich in 1921. At that time, they had attracted crowds of up to 20,000 - though now they have around 300 supporters on match day.

The club has produced some professional players such as George Ndah, Simeon Jackson, Albert Jarrett, Carl......
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