Football finally returned to The Old Spotted Dog Ground, and a great time was had on a bright, sunny day and a stonking £350 was raised.
A new Super 5s League season has just started and we have two CCFC teams taking part with largely new players.
It was only right first adult games at the Old Spotted Dog Ground went to lost generation players – born under the shadow of the ban on women playing football
We’ve had yet another strange season, but we’ve also had a lot of great footballing moments to celebrate.
Clapton CFC 5s Beginners added composure to their ever growing list of qualities to record
an ultimately comfortable victory over title chasing Legends FC.
The Clapton CFC Beginners team showed spirit, determination and a great deal of skill against a strong Wapping FC side but once again found themselves rocked by a last minute goal.
Football is back, post lockdown and Clapton CFC Beginners 5s were the first Tons team to take to the stage in a competitive fixture.
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.
All adult football below ‘elite level’ – which are the top six divisions in men’s football, top two in women’s football – are now not permitted in Tier 4 restrictions.
The football season is set to restart from December 3rd onwards for all of Clapton CFC’s teams.