Thank you to all the CCFC family for your well wishes following my injury in October.
After winning one East London derby at London Seaward Reserves in the Capital Cup second round, Clapton CFC women’s first team have drawn another local tie
After an emphatic return to winning ways last Sunday in the Capital Women’s Cup, the Clapton CFC Women’s First Team are once again in cup action, this time in the London & South East Regional Women’s League Trophy.
The North London visitors are bottom of the table but shouldn’t be taken lightly, as a couple of wins would take them mid-table, and they are a top-half away side.
43 different players (plus one own goal) so far have scored in competitive games for the men’s first team. But only eight have scored on their debut…
Next weekend we’re once again collecting for the annual Newham Christmas Toy Appeal at both our home games.
The Clapton CFC women’s first team head to London Seaward Reserves once again in the Capital Cup second round on Sunday.
The Clapton CFC men’s first team’s 15-game unbeaten run and spot at the top of the table will be severely at risk on Saturday as we visit one of the promotion favourites.
Ellie Guedalla & Julie Leaff from Clapton CFC have been honoured with the London FA’s Lioness Award!
The Clapton CFC women’s first team have been drawn away to London Seaward Reserves in the Capital Cup second round.