Registration Morning for our Under 17s & Reserves

Tomorrow (Saturday 24th June 2017) we will be having a registration and sign on morning as we start to get ready for pre-season. If you have been at the organised training and trail games throughout last season or are looking to joining a club with great facilities and with a pathway to senior football make your way down to Planters Park at Midday on Saturday for a look around, a…


DFC Celebrate Season At Annual Awards Night With Guest, Glenavon’s Jonny Tuffey

On Saturday 27th May 2017 Dollingstown held the Annual Awards Night at the Planters Bar & Restaurant in Warringstown. With an excellent showing of players from both the 1’s & 2’s especially after what was a very difficult day the club celebrated it’s success this season even through we missed out on the main aim for the season. The MUFL Intermediate A trophy and The Bob Radcliffe Cup were proudly…


AGM – All Encouraged To Attend

Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 6th June 2017 at Planters Park in the clubhouse with a 7pm start. We encourage all current Management, Players, Officials & Supporters to attend as this is everyone’s chance to hear and voice opinions on the way DFC will move forward in the coming year. Also if you would like to start to be involved in your local football club we…


Dollingstown Fall At The Final Hurdle But Can Still Celebrate League & Cup Double

DFC made the long trip on Saturday to the north coast in pursuit of getting back into senior football but were blown away on the pitch by a sharper Portstewart team on the day. As early as the first minute DFC were one nil down from giving away a penalty and don’t think the team recovered from this shock despite having the full match to get back into the game….


All Level After Leg 1 Of The NIFL Premier Intermediate Play-Off

DFC hosted Portstewart in the home leg of this play off for either of the two teams to get back into senior football after both clubs relegated last season. DFC prepared very well both on and off the pitch for this game with Planters Park once again in sublime condition amongst the glorious sunshine and in front of a fantastic home support. It only took DFC seven minutes to open…


Seven Of The Best As Dollingstown Gear Up For NIFL Premier Intermediate Play-Off

DFC made the long journey to Killeel on Saturday for there last league game of the season after a two week lay off and before the most important fixture in recent years next Saturday¬†when they host Porstewart in the first of two leg play off to try and return back to senior football after relegation last season on goal difference. Valley rangers were perfect hosts and formed a guard of…