It may feel like the half-way point of the season, but the Clapton CFC men’s first team have actually played two-thirds of their games.
Clapton Community Football Club saw a year of transition, with the men’s first team finally joining the women’s first team in playing home matches at the Old Spotted Dog Ground.
Income in December was£10,140.21, a decrease from £16,171.14 in November.
Expenditure came to £16,755.74, a decrease from £24,542.27 in November.
It’s the final action of a memorable 2023 for Clapton CFC as the men’s first team head north to face Enfield Borough.
Reflecting on Clapton Community FC’s journey throughout 2023, the year has been marked by vital achievements and milestones.
They’re now on sale for £2 at the Old Spotted Dog Clubhouse at Clapton CFC home games or indeed any other events.
The Clapton CFC men’s first team have one more game before Christmas as they visit Hoddesdon Town on Saturday.
We welcome Ashmount Leigh to the Old Spotted Dog Ground for the first time on Sunday and it’s set to be the final action at the Old Spotted Dog Ground of 2023.
After the end of their 17-game unbeaten league run, the Clapton CFC men’s first team to rebuild and hopefully go again, starting on Saturday against Brimsdown.
In the win over Park View another milestone was achieved by the men’s first team with their 300th league goal in its history.