Two match reports, 2 good wins!!!

Wednesday, 28 September 2011 by

Sunday 18th September 2011 Sue Sharples Memorial Trophy Preliminary Round Fulham Deaf Ladies v Headstone Manor Ladies Fulham Deaf Ladies had a two week ‘vacation’ from competitive action, so they were fresh from their gallant comeback against British Airways. Only one game in and FulhamĀ  found themselves competing in the Sue Sharples Memorial Cup, vying

Sunday 4th September 2011 – Friendly match British Airways Ladies v Fulham Deaf Ladies British Airways hosted Fulham Deaf ladies under the flight path near Heathrow Airport. With this match being a friendly, there was no intention to give the other team an easy ride. Fulham needed a match to get it out of the

Fulham Deaf 5 – 5 Epsom Eagles

Wednesday, 06 October 2010 by

Sunday 26th September 2010 GLWFL Division Two South League Fulham Deaf FC v Epsom Eagles FC In few minutes of the 1st half, Fulham looked in a panic start as Epsom forward were pushing to attack and gave away a corner to them. They scored from the corner set-up play and unfortunately not all Fulham

London Phoenix 5-1 Fulham

Wednesday, 06 October 2010 by

Sunday 3rd October 2010 GLWFL Division Two South League London Phoenix Ladies FC v Fulham Deaf Ladies FC The game kicked off with only 10 Fulham players, the sun was breaking through the clouds, such a relief it was not raining. 10 minutes into the game Phoenix were playing some real football with the low

Pre-season & meeting info

Friday, 16 July 2010 by

Fulham ladies training on Wednesday 14th/21st July at the Field Park, Marina Avenue, Motspur Park. 6.30pm – 8pm.  August 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th at Fulham Training Ground (Time TBC). Any new players welcome to enjoy the most successful club July 28th – Our Ladies meeting will take place at the Reef Pub in Waterloo Station. 

Fulham DFC Women re-wrote the history books with their stunning double victory in the Russell Cup and the Sue Sharples Memorial Trophy, both following hot on the heels of the previous week’s capture of the GLWFL 4th Division Championship. As mentioned in the speech given by the GLWFL Chair, at the Sue Sharples Memorial Trophy