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22 March 2014

Watch Dulwich Hamlet at Champion Hill

South London's Dulwich Hamlet have been playing at Champion Hill in East Dulwich since 1931, and it famously witnessed international matches at the 1948 Summer Olympics. It remains an atmospheric ground, with quite a special feeling in the modest stands, where die hard fans mix with occasional visitors for some thoroughly watchable football.

This afternoon at 3pm, Hamlet take on Enfield Town, with entry to the ground a very reasonable £10 (or you can sponsor a match including four tickets, programmes, pre-match, half-time and full-time boardroom hospitality for a very reasonable £99), payable at the turnstile on entry. We are told that last time these two teams met, Dulwich Hamlet beat Enfield 4 - 3, so this afternoon promises to be an interesting match, though the home side come into the game on the back of four consecutive losses.

For more, see http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/dulwichhamlet/

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