Tribute to Chris McGinn

Monday, 10 November 2014 by

Fulham Deaf Football Club would like issue a tribute on this website to a special coach in Chris McGinn; he has our heartfelt thanks for his excellent service in coaching the FDFC lads in the last five years since he became Head Coach back in July 2009. When he made a decision to step down

Fulham’s Nick Gregory, James Paull and Henry McDougall today fly to Tel Aviv  to represent Wales Deaf Futsal at the European Deaf Futsal Championship Qualifiers. The Welsh Deaf Futsal Squad travel to Tel Aviv, Israel to compete at the European Deaf Futsal Championship Qualifiers. Wales opponents are hosts Israel, along with Croatia and Sweden. The event

Fulham DFC beat DFDF Futsal 11-7 in the last game of the league to win the Surrey FA Futsal Fives league at the Tolworth Recreation Centre. FDFC Hit man Jacob Willis topped the scoring charts  with 29 goals, averaging a hat trick a game. Jonathan Evans and Daniel Hogan were close behind with 23 and

Limping Chicken Co-editor Andy Palmer has written a list of 15 amazing and inspirational deaf sports people. Former FDFC Striker Daniel Ailey who still holds the FDFC record of most goals scored in a season – 47 in 2009/2010 season, makes the list!

Fulham Deaf FC confirm that Grant Payne, the Club Secretary left the deaf football club late last year by mutual consent. We stress that there was no controversy behind his departure from FDFC. Jack Harding has kindly stepped into the role of Club Secretary for the reminder of this season. Head Coach Chris McGinn will

FDFC’s Valentine Project has always been a success and we want to continue this! We want to see you all having fun with grins on your faces and enjoying the party with lots of laughs.  We will present our main game called “Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction” at The Railway Tavern in Liverpool Street. The

The dates and venues for the 2014 National Deaf Youth Football Tournament have been announced. Please see the below and attached or view National Deaf Youth Football Tournament; The 2013 tournament saw Cardiff, Northampton and Derby beat off competition from a total of 21 teams to be crowned champions in their age groups. The format is

As Fulham DFC destroyed St John Arsenal DFC 5-0 to win the British Deaf Cup 2013 at the  Cardiff International Sports Stadium,  Fulham qualified for the 2014 Deaf Champions League (DCL) which takes place in Belgrade, Serbia from June 4th-8th. Here is the latest list of participants for the competition. All these clubs are either national champions or

Day Tripper: Eoin Burns Source: Town planner and footballer, Eoin Burns, 28, lives in Bishopstown. He is currently playing on the Irish Deaf Men’s Football Team at the Deaflympics in Sofia, Bulgaria. “I’m an early riser. I wake up between 7am and 8am. My first thought is always how fortunate I am. I count my

Some photos kindly sent to us by Tooting & Mitcham from the league cup match on 19th October, the final score was Tooting Mitcham FC (4) 6-6 (1) Fulham DFC – Tooting won on pens 2-1!