Five of the Clapton Community FC class of 2018/9 reflect on an unforgettable season.
Clapton CFC member Jay Mayor, who lives in Leeds and is eight and three quarters, interviews our fast as lightning winger Josh Adejokun.
Sherwin Stanley and Josh Adejokun were both triple winners as the Clapton CFC end-of-season awards were handed out on the Spotted Dog pitch.
On a nostalgic afternoon for Tons fans, their old heroes got the better of their new ones. But the result wasn’t what mattered.
The double-winning Clapton CFC players will say farewell to our temporary home the Stray Dog in Saturday’s Legends game.
Clapton CFC’s comms team put a lot of effort into the matchday programme, including a new eye-catching front cover design each match. We called out for artists/designers/illustrators to put themselves forward to design one of the covers and the response was amazing. You can read more about the programme with our in-depth interview with Ed […]
It’s been a crazy 10 months since Clapton Community FC’s first game, a 5-0 seaside friendly defeat against Holland FC. The Middlesex County Football League Division One season drew to a close last week with a 3-0 win in front of 1,266 people to clinch the title. The fans and players have grown together in […]
Clapton beat FC Roast 3-0 to pip Stonewall FC to the Middlesex Counties First Division (East and Central) title, by just a single point. This also clinched promotion to the Middlesex Counties Premier League. Next season there will be games with the likes of Pitshanger Dynamo, Indian Gymkhana and Larkspur Rovers. We don’t know exactly where they […]
There is only one match left at the business end of the 2018-19 Middlesex Counties Division One East and Central. No more complicated permutations. Only one more ‘if’ and only one more ‘but’. If Clapton Community beat FC Roast on Saturday, they are champions. But if they don’t, Stonewall FC take the title. Simple as […]
The cup double wasn’t to be. Despite taking an early lead the Tons could not keep their ruthless opponents at bay. Catholic United stepped up their game in the second half to retain the Anagram Records Trophy in style. Geoff Ocran was able to welcome back left back Liam Smyth, who missed out due to […]