After a long season which saw the Men win the English Deaf Cup again for the second time, and the Ladies finish their season a credible 5th place in the Division Three South League, it was time to celebrate and give out the annual awards.  Victoria Wenman and Jack Harding were both crowned Players of

Saturday 12th May 2012 England Deaf Challenge Cup Final at Keynsham Town FC, Bristol Fulham Deaf FC v Derby Deaf FC In the build up to the England Deaf Challenge Cup Final, FDFC, along with their Chairman, Nick Beese, travelled to Bristol the night before in order to maximise the teams preparations for what would

FDFC Valentine Project

Friday, 27 April 2012 by

The Valentine Project was an idea formulated between Nick Beese and former FDFC star Bim Ajadi over lunch in the White City BBC canteen four years ago.  Four years later on the 25th February 2012 at the Roebuck Pub in Borough the idea came to life, with the evening commencing with a blind date competition

Fulham DFC welcomed over 150 people to Fulham Football Club’s Motspur Park Training Ground on Sunday 14th August, in order to celebrate the great success the group have had since their creation eight years ago. The event was a way for new, existing and ex-players to enjoy each others company, raise the profile of the Deaf

Great Britain deaf footballer Daniel Hogan says he may not have been part of the banter as a kid, but it seems he is having the last laugh now.The Tooting 27-year-old is in the 23-man GB squad for this summer’s European Deaf Football Championships in Denmark, where the team hope to go one better than

Ladies and FDFC Youth Co-ordinator Roanna Simmons won the Deaf Sports Personality of the Year Coach of the Year award, at the inaugural Deaf Sports Personality of the Year Awards 2010 which was host at Wembley Stadium. Roanna was recognised at the awards for being the first deaf Women to gain the FA Level 3