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EDC

A Slightly Less Invisible Cyber Fan These Days
To go along the Garethwrexy route how about a score prediction too?

Were there really 389 there Tuesday? Does that include the missing Tooting fans ticket?
 

PartisanDulwich

Well-Known Member
Dulwich Hamlet highest home attendance of the season in 1991-92 was against Tooting & Mitcham

241

we got 373 in a pre season friendly in August 2014
 

PartisanDulwich

Well-Known Member
Dulwich Hamlet beat Kingstonians 1-0 in the F.A. Amateur Cup semi-final, at Selhurst Park,
March 1932
attendance 27,840

(then a record attendance for an amateur game)


In the final of the F.A Amateur Cup - Dulwich Hamlet beat Marine 7-1 in front of 22,000 16th April 1932 on a treacherous muddy Upton Park (see archive film)

http://www.itnsource.com/shotlist/BHC_RTV/1932/01/01/BGT407170079/BGT407170079-0

dulwich hamlet a1 fa cup 1931-32.jpg

dulwich v marine 1931-32.jpg
 
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PartisanDulwich

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Attendance Record Today !

607 in attendance for the Dulwich Hamlet v Harrow game today, probably highest first home game attendance for 40 plus years

Compared to Conference South - only two clubs got higher gates
Wealdstone 706
Chelmsford 675

and only 3 in Conference North

Gates always start slowly due to summer holidays etc - and build

Attendance opening game 2013 was 542

Well done to everyone spreading the word
 

Dulwich Mishi

Old Skool Terrace Dinosaur-embracing the new-veau!
R.I.P.
if Gareth Wrexy ever discovers urban we're all fucked though. Dulwich to win 7-6 after being 6-0 down at HT and surviving a nuclear apocalypse.
Why? Do you know him? Or are Dulwich Hamlet fans who enjoy participating in forms, despite not being the most articulate, and having mild learning difficulties, not allowed on this forum?
 

G Man

Formerly of hard hat fame

Anyone is welcome on any forum. If Gareth Wrexy ends up here then welcome to him. If he comes to a Dulwich game I'll shake his hand and have a chat.
 

PartisanDulwich

Well-Known Member
Attendances Home games 2004-2005

2004
Sat Aug 14 Banstead 245
Tue Aug 24 Met Police 157
Sat Aug 28 Croydon Athletic 243
Sat Sep 4 Burnhm (FAC-P) 209
Sat Sep 11 Burges Hill 259
Tue Sep 28 Whyteleafe 219
Tue Oct 12 Walton & Hersham 233
Tue Oct 26 Corinthin Casuals (BC-1) 108
Sat Oct 30 Newport IoW 271
Sat Nov 6 Havant & Waterlooville (FAT 1) 237
Sat Nov 13 Leatherhead 226
Tue Nov 16 Croydon (BC2) 79
Tue Nov 23 Hastings 203
Sat Dec 4 Bromley 366
Sat Dec 18 Dorking 203

2005
Sat Jan 1 Horsham 276
Sat Jan 22 AFC Wimbledon 1,523 (Highest of the season)

Average DHFC 2004-2005 home attendance 316
 

Joe K

no al calcio con orchestra di ukulele
Attendances Home games 2004-2005

2004
Sat Aug 14 Banstead 245
Tue Aug 24 Met Police 157
Sat Aug 28 Croydon Athletic 243
Sat Sep 4 Burnhm (FAC-P) 209
Sat Sep 11 Burges Hill 259
Tue Sep 28 Whyteleafe 219
Tue Oct 12 Walton & Hersham 233
Tue Oct 26 Corinthin Casuals (BC-1) 108
Sat Oct 30 Newport IoW 271
Sat Nov 6 Havant & Waterlooville (FAT 1) 237
Sat Nov 13 Leatherhead 226
Tue Nov 16 Croydon (BC2) 79
Tue Nov 23 Hastings 203
Sat Dec 4 Bromley 366
Sat Dec 18 Dorking 203

2005
Sat Jan 1 Horsham 276
Sat Jan 22 AFC Wimbledon 1,523 (Highest of the season)

Average DHFC 2004-2005 home attendance 316
Those are still actually pretty decent attendances for the level we were at that season. Plenty of Step 4 teams (just look in D1N!) struggle to draw three figures.
 

Pink Panther

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Attendances Home games 2004-2005

2004
Sat Aug 14 Banstead 245
Tue Aug 24 Met Police 157
Sat Aug 28 Croydon Athletic 243
Sat Sep 4 Burnhm (FAC-P) 209
Sat Sep 11 Burges Hill 259
Tue Sep 28 Whyteleafe 219
Tue Oct 12 Walton & Hersham 233
Tue Oct 26 Corinthin Casuals (BC-1) 108
Sat Oct 30 Newport IoW 271
Sat Nov 6 Havant & Waterlooville (FAT 1) 237
Sat Nov 13 Leatherhead 226
Tue Nov 16 Croydon (BC2) 79
Tue Nov 23 Hastings 203
Sat Dec 4 Bromley 366
Sat Dec 18 Dorking 203

2005
Sat Jan 1 Horsham 276
Sat Jan 22 AFC Wimbledon 1,523 (Highest of the season)

Average DHFC 2004-2005 home attendance 316
That average is skewed by the one massive crowd against Wimbledon, who probably contributed about 80% of those present.

The low point was Gavin's first season as manager in 2009/10. Average of 180, a low of just 103 against Burgess Hill Town, and a high of just 274 against Chatham, when the main stand was officially renamed the Tommy Jover Stand.
 

PartisanDulwich

Well-Known Member
So DHFC have gone from average of 180 in 2009-2010
in four years to
2013-2014 of 667

Think everyone should congratulate themselves on such an impressive achievement

We just need to keep moving forward
 

EDC

A Slightly Less Invisible Cyber Fan These Days
Dulwich Hamlet beat Kingstonians 1-0 in the F.A. Amateur Cup semi-final, at Selhurst Park,
March 1932
attendance 27,840

(then a record attendance for an amateur game)


In the final of the F.A Amateur Cup - Dulwich Hamlet beat Marine 7-1 in front of 22,000 16th April 1932 on a treacherous muddy Upton Park (see archive film)

http://www.itnsource.com/shotlist/BHC_RTV/1932/01/01/BGT407170079/BGT407170079-0
Excellent, I've never seen that clip before, maybe Mishi could post us his memories of the match.
 

Pink Panther

Well-Known Member
Dulwich Hamlet beat Kingstonians 1-0 in the F.A. Amateur Cup semi-final, at Selhurst Park,
March 1932
attendance 27,840

(then a record attendance for an amateur game)


In the final of the F.A Amateur Cup - Dulwich Hamlet beat Marine 7-1 in front of 22,000 16th April 1932 on a treacherous muddy Upton Park (see archive film)

http://www.itnsource.com/shotlist/BHC_RTV/1932/01/01/BGT407170079/BGT407170079-0

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Fantastic! Great to see some of the Hamlet's greatest ever players "brought to life" on film.

I love the old-fashioned phrasiology you get on things like that: "Bad weather attends cup final" I'm visualising some nasty grey rainclouds squeezing in through the turnstiles! The pitch looks such a mudbath I doubt the game would go ahead these days.
 

JTG

Angry about not being able to be an astronaut.
There's clubs in the Conference National who'd be delighted with those crowds (Alfreton spring to mind)
 

Dulwich Mishi

Old Skool Terrace Dinosaur-embracing the new-veau!
R.I.P.
Good away support, albeit very quiet away support. Reckon they prought 80 to 90.
 

EDC

A Slightly Less Invisible Cyber Fan These Days
PLeased to say
Stadium record attendance
1,835, Dulwich Hamlet v Southport (1998–99)

1,523, Dulwich Hamlet V AFC Wimbledon (2004/2005)
Pleased to say I was at both matches as well as the Fisher v AFC Wimbledon record ground attendance match.
 

EDC

A Slightly Less Invisible Cyber Fan These Days
My first match I went to wasn't the best attended. I think it was against Wokingham in the League Cup around '85 and a 1-1 draw from (bad) memory, although most matches I went to around that time has pretty shitty gates.
 
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