Recently, Clapton Community Football Club and Clapton Football Club settled an intellectual property dispute.
The 2022/23 season kicks off on the weekend of June 25 and 26 with two friendlies at the Old Spotted Dog Ground.
The men’s first team friendly schedule is now pretty much complete, with games against Step 5 and 6 opponents plus four from our own Step 7 level, and an in-house clash.
Over the June bank holiday weekend, a group of Clapton CFC fans travelled to Hamburg, to take part in the 11th Annual Anti-racist Football Tournament hosted by the Fanladen at FC St. Pauli.
The end of season awards was a time to allow ourselves to look back at what we’ve done and honour some of the players for their achievements.
Last weekend, our friends from Care4Calais and Renaissance FC joined us at the Old Spotted Dog Ground for a fun, mixed community tournament.
Our newly promoted women’s first team and the women’s development team are holding trials in the upcoming weeks.
After a hugely successful season, our women’s first team have been promoted to tier 6 for the 2022/23 season.
The season is not quite over yet for all of our teams – the men’s development team are in action Sunday morning against FC 22.
Match report on the women’s first team’s John Greenacre Memorial Trophy final win over Enfield Town Thirds at Bedfont Sports Club on 22 May 2022.