APPOINTMENT: We would like to Welcome Samuel Cartwright As Our Under 17’s Team Manager

Dollingstown Football Club would like to take this opportunity to confirm and welcome Samuel Cartwright as our Team Manager for our Under 17’s who will enter the Lisburn Invitational League next season. Samuel has been coaching Portadown U12’s for the last 2 seasons as well as playing with Ambassadors FC and all at Dollingstown would like to wish him the best and we all look forward to helping and working…


The Dollybirds Brought Down To Earth With A Bang As Hanover Leave With Full Points

Special thanks to Hanover who made a guard of honour to welcome league champions DFC onto the pitch but that was where the hospitality ended. DFC made 6 changes from Saturday to both give much-needed match time to players and also to rest some key players ahead of a very tough semi final against Crewe United on Saturday. Indeed in the opening 20 minutes DFC had 3 very decent half chances…


Another Clean sheet Ensures 4th Intermediate A Title Comes To Planters Park

In a pulsating game where DFC knew a victory would give them the league title with two games to spare manager Uprichard reverted to a more traditional formation and this proved decisive as DFC weathered the storm in the opening period before going on to close out the game and secure the title. On 8 minutes Redpath had an excellent run down the right but his final ball was safely…


Sports Service With Special Guest, Former NI International Stuart Elliott

St. Saviour’s church in Dollingstown will be hosting a sports service on Sunday 4th June 2017 at 9.30am where the special guest will be none other than former NI International Stuart Elliott. We would like to invite all Dollingstown FC members and supporters to attend this special sports service and indeed we would like to see as many other people from all different sporting backgrounds and clubs to attend and…


Dollingstown End Rangers Title Bid And Put Themselves 2 Points From Taking The Title

In a very tight and tense game with DFC seeking to keep hold of the leadership at the top of the table it was no surprise to see the game won by the only goal of the game. Indeed the last 3 matches all against strong opposition have been won by 1-0 scoreline which makes the battle for league championship very tense and it was obvious in the first half…


Dollingstown Edge Out Tandragee Rovers Thanks To Redpath Header

Played in glorious sunshine DFC emerged victorious in a very tough encounter against a very experienced and resilient opposition who were only one of two teams to defeat us so far this season. Indeed it was Tandragee who almost opened the scoring on 5 minutes when a shot from distance flew just over the bar . After that it was DFC who created a number of chances mainly through Richard…