A strong end to the season, winning seven games in a row, wrapped up the Hackney & Leyton Sunday Football League Division 3 with two games to spare.
Whichever game you choose to attend, please make sure you are louder than ever. You’ll be able to keep up with the action elsewhere on Twitter.
Before the women’s first team’s semi-final on Sunday afternoon, our title-challenging men’s development team have a huge game against Hackney & Leyton Allstars in a top-of-the-table clash.
On Easter Sunday, and with no other CCFC teams in action that day, attention turns to Hackney Marshes as our men’s development team have a massive game against title rivals The Gun.
The Men’s Development Team are aiming for the title, whilst also providing a pipeline of talent for the first team squad.
Justin is getting his running kit back on to raise money for a non-profit organisation offering services for young adults with special needs, physical disabilities and learning difficulties.
Want to play for Clapton CFC? Here’s your chance. The men’s development team are inviting new players to join the first training session of pre-season.
We’ve had yet another strange season, but we’ve also had a lot of great footballing moments to celebrate.
Just before the end a curtailed season mostly played without spectators, it looks like we’ll finally be able to see some football again.
UPDATED: Football training and games will be allowed to resume from March 29th. Here’s the state of play for all our teams and leagues.