Ellie Guedalla & Julie Leaff from Clapton CFC have been honoured with the London FA’s Lioness Award!
It’s time to put the spotlight on our new 5-a-side team – the Cagefighters!
Last weekend, football at every level united to promote Play Safe, a national campaign to focus attention on safeguarding.
While the season is well underway for our women’s and men’s first teams, it’s just beginning for our three other adult 11-a-side teams.
Open Access Women and non-binary 11s team played their second and final pre-season match against East Finchley producing a great performance and a 4-1 win.
The season has nearly begun for our women’s teams so it’s time to unveil their coaching set-ups, with some new and some familiar faces.
The one-day tournament at the Old Spotted Dog Ground on Sunday raised an excellent £1046.37 for the UVW union strike fund.
The club’s end of season awards on May 21 at the OSD clubhouse was a time to allow ourselves to look back at what we’ve done and honour some of the players for their achievements.
Our Open Access co-founder and star keeper Julie Leaff has played her last game of competitive football aged 55.
Clapton CFC’s open access women and non-binary players took part in a friendly against Actonians LFC at the Old Spotted Dog.