Job title: Men Team Manager Voluntary role Days: Training nights (TBC) and Match days on Saturday. Fulham Deaf FC is established as one of the most successful Deaf football clubs in Europe with a large pool of young deaf footballers from all over the South East. We are looking for a proactive Team Manager, whom

Re-advertising – Chairperson: Maternity cover for 1 year Job title: Chairperson Voluntary role Hours per month: 2-6 hours Fulham Deaf FC is established as one of the most successful Deaf football clubs in Europe with a large pool of young deaf footballers from all over the South East. We are looking for a Chairperson, whom has

Men’s Pre-season this year will start on Thursday 6th August at Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Recreation Ground, Marina Avenue, Motspur Park KT3 6NE. Pre-season is for all current Fulham DFC squad members, and any new players interested in joining the squad for the 1st Team for the new season 2015-2016, from 7pm to 9pm. Be

  A hard fought championship where Britain topped the Group Stages by defeating all their three opponents. GB drew 2-2 against Russia after going 2-0 up with a goal scored in the first minute by Fulham very own Jacob Willis! However after the match it was discovered that Russia fielded an ineligible player who was

While we have the Women’s World Cup taking place in Canada, the Under 21’s competing in their own European Championship, you can’t miss out on the Deaf Internationals playing in the European Deaf Championship. This summer (happening right now actually) Great Britain Deaf is set to play against international teams around Europe to vie to

BRITISH DEAF CUP PLATE FINAL 2015 Fulham DFC 1-1 (5-4 pens) Bristol City DFC (on 03/05/2015 – Report by Jason Mycroft) Scorer: D.Hogan (Pen) Fulham DFC were crowned British Deaf Football Plate winners, although we’re taken all the way to penalties by a gutsy 9 men Bristol. In their final minutes of normal time, Fulham

DCL ANTALYA, TURKEY 2015 – 5th/6th PLACE MATCH Fulham DFC 3-0 Györ H.S.K.  (on 25/04/2015 – Report by Jason Mycroft) Scorers: D.Hogan J.Mycroft J.Willis Fulham signed off from Deaf Champions League 2015 with their second 3-0 victory in a row, but were made to wait 82 minutes before scoring the first goal. Before the match

DCL ANTALYA, TURKEY 2015 Fulham DFC 3-0 C.S.S.M. Paris (on 24/04/2015 – Report by Jason Mycroft) Scorer: J.Willis x3 It was business as usual as Fulham DFC shook off the disappointment of being eliminated via penalties, to deliver a 3-0 victory against C.S.S.M Paris, courtesy of a Jacob Willis hat trick. Fulham will be left

DCL ANTALYA, TURKEY 2015 – QUARTER FINAL Fulham DFC 1-1 Globen Sport Aarhus  (lost 3-4 on pens)  (on 23/04/2015 – Report by Jason Mycroft) Scorer: D.Hogan (Pen) Fulham DFC were eliminated from the Deaf Champions League on penalties in a very frustrating game. Fulham battled against torrid windy conditions, questionable referee decisions and a Globen Sport

FDFC draw a blank yet again

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DCL ANTALYA, TURKEY 2015 – GROUP STAGE – GAME 3 Fulham DFC 0-0 P.O.K. Athens  (on 23/04/2015 – Report by Jason Mycroft) Fulham DFC played out a 0-0 draw against the reigning champions P.O.K Athens. This result meant that Fulham finished second in their group and will play the third placed team in Group B

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