Christof Niklaus Retires

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 by

Fulham Deaf Football Club wish to announce that Christof Niklaus has retired from his role as Honorary President due to his other commitments. We like to express our sincere thanks to Christof Niklaus for everything he has done for Fulham Deaf Football Club. From setting up the club in 2003, acting as a Manager until

Fulham wins Club of the Year

Monday, 05 December 2016 by

Fulham attended the biennial Deaf Sport Personality Award of the Year (DSPY). This is an event to recognise achievements in deaf sports over the past two years. We were nominated for the Sports Club of the Year Award, and with huge thanks to the people who voted for us on the night, we came home

Believe even when you’re losing After defeating St John’s in the final of 2015/16 English Deaf Cup, we were only drawn to play against them in the first round of this season’s EDF cup! The previous two matches was a closely fought encounter with Fulham coming up trumps winning 1-0 and then 2-0. This match

Fulham DFC won a hard fought game against Westminster Casuals to kick-start their campaign with 3 points. Eyes were on Fulham to see how they would cope with a step up in opposition quality. While Westminster Casuals displayed some great range of passing, it was Fulham who scored first when Jason Mycroft scored after Jacob

Fulham 2016/17 season is now up and running! Our pre-season will start on 28th July at 7pm until 9pm. The training will take place at Sir Joseph Memorial Ground near Motspur Park. Training will then take place twice a week on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s. We are welcoming new players to join our team in a

  Coral is proud to announce that a donation of 25 Fulham FC Home football kits will be made available to Fulham Deaf Football Club (Fulham DFC), who currently train at the Championship club’s Motspur Park training facility. The kits will include 25 home jerseys, shorts and socks. Coral and Fulham joined forces for the

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