Category: Teams

Football Summer School


Boys & Girls & new Members welcome

Please email our Education Officer for more information:
Graham McCulloch

Saturday 29 JULY to Wednesday 2 AUGUST
10.00am to 1.00pm

Kensington Memorial Park (St Mark’s Park)
St Mark’s Road, W10

Voluntary donation
of £20 for all 5 days
£5 per day

KDFC – An FA Charter Standard Development Club

FA Charter Standard Development Club Application – Kensington Dragons F.C

We are delighted to announce that after a concerted effort from all the Club officers, managers and coaches KDFC has been awarded FA Charter Standard Development Club status. There are currently 600 Clubs affiliated to Middlesex County FA of which 120 are Charter Standard Clubs and only 8 are Development Clubs. We hope this award will not only raise our profile within the county but help us develop even more partnerships with groups within the London area, support our applications for funding, attract potential sponsors and secure training and development opportunities for our coaches, managers and players.

More details on the FA Charter Standard Scheme can be found at the link below.

Luke O’Donoghue

Charter Standard Coordinator

Kensington Dragons FC

Thank you for your recent FA Charter Standard application which we have received at the Association office. I am delighted to inform you that after meeting the necessary criteria your application has been approved by our Raising Standards Working Group for the FA Charter Standard Development Club Award.

Middlesex County FA believe that it is a fantastic achievement and honour to achieve the FA Charter Standard Development Award and therefore I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate your club on behalf of us all. By achieving the award your club has demonstrated an excellent level of discipline, administration and operating standards with a commitment to developing new activity within the club over the next three seasons.”

Peter Clayton

Chief Executive

Middlesex County Football Association

Girls team away to county champions

The Girls played County Champions Hampstead away in their first game this season. The match ebbed and flowed, possibly more towards the Dragons goal than entirely desirable putting a succession of novice goalies under pressure. Finally the Dragons goalie selection policy triumphed and a succession of fantastic saves culminated in a magnificent penalty save. The goal of the game came from a smooth succession of pinpoint passes up the Dragons right wing to find their rampant midfielder who shot into the top right hand corner of Hampstead’s net to score. Some more mathematically minded Hampstead fans calculated that Hampstead had won. There was however no doubt that in the eyes of the remaining impartial fans that this was a tremendous first performance from the Dragons. The Girls continue to train on Fridays from 5.30-7pm on half the big pitch at the Westway