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LATEST NEWS - From the DFC Official Site:
Statement regarding Club discipline

The Board of Directors has the responsibility of ensuring that all Club officials, management and coaching staff, players and supporters behave in such a manner at all times that does not bring the Club into disrepute. Darlington Football Club wholeheartedly supports the FA’s Respect campaign and will adhere to its principles and boundaries in all...

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From The Northern Echo:
Darlington's White on final warning

HOTHEAD Alan White is walking a disciplinary tightrope and cannot afford to slip up again or he will not play for Darlington again, says manager Martin Gray.

From the Evo-Stik League:
Palmer succeeds Albans at Nailers

Former Derby County defender Charlie Palmer is the new manager of EVO-STIK Northern Premier League Belper Town.

DFC Supporters Group:
Ladies, give us your bras!

We’d like our many female fans to take the opportunity to de-clutter their undies drawers of any ‘gently worn’ bras and bring them to Heritage Park for our next home match, which is against Stourbridge on Saturday 17 October. There will be collection points pitch-side of the turnstiles.

image We are undertaking the collection in conjunction with internet holiday retailers ‘Holiday Hypermarket’ in support of “Smalls for All”. This is a young charity set up in 2010 and was created following a series of trips to orphanages in Africa where founder Maria Macnamara worked as a volunteer. Maria heard a priest in Zimbabwe speaking about the lack of underwear and the problems this can cause. Not only is it a health and hygiene problem for many poor African communities, as women often only own one pair of tattered pants or have none at all, but underwear is also seen as a status symbol and offers a degree of security. Women who can afford underwear tend to be seen as having someone who cares for them – a husband, brother or father. They are not on their own so they are not seen as vulnerable.

And that’s how “Smalls for All” came to life as registered charity: to help vulnerable women and children. They have a trustee board of knowledgeable and committed individuals who bring wisdom and clear vision to their cause. They also have the support of many volunteers, without whom they wouldn’t have achieved what they have to date. Underwear was just the start. Smalls for All helps thousands of women and children in poorer areas of Africa and those with medical conditions like fistula. It’s hard to believe that something as simple as providing underwear can help. But it really does make a huge difference…

Our male supporters can also get involved by plucking up courage and speaking to their female friends, family and work colleagues to ask for their help. But they might want to show them a print of this article to avoid any misunderstandings!!!

Darlington Football Club volunteer, Stacey Fletcher, works for Holiday Hypermarket and she will arrange for our collection to be despatched to “Smalls for All” along with those collected by the staff of Holiday Hypermarket.

If you wish to know more about “Smalls for All”, go to their website:


From Simon Hahn:
Early prospects for next season

With the Darlo squad now taking shape fans attentions turn to next season and how we will get on in the Evo-Stik Premier. While any promoted team will face a step-up in the level of competition, we shouldn’t be daunted by the task ahead and in my opinion we will be in the promotion shake […]

General News & Notices:
A new DFCSG Twitter Account & logo

DFCSG-Logo-Twitter Following the amalgamation of the Darlington FC CIC, Trust & Supporters Club there’s a new combined Twitter account:


Please adjust your bookmarks accordingly as this account replaces the @DFCCIC and the @DarloTrust accounts.

The Supporters Group also have a new logo which was released on their Twitter account over the weekend.

Next Home Game:
Pre-season friendlies

DFC-Pre-Season-2015-16 We currently have a number of pre-season games lined up…

Sat 4th July - Durham City - Away
Thu 9th July - Sunderland - Home (Heritage Park)
Sat 11th July - South Shields - Away
Wed 15th July - Seaham Red Star - Away
Sat 18th July - Billingham Synthonia - Away
Tue 21st July - Harrogate Town - Away
Wed 22nd July - Marske United - Away
Sat 25th July - Harrogate RA - Away
Sat 25th July - Redcar Albion - Away (Probably Redcar Town/Athletic as not sure Albion exist
Tue 28th July - Northallerton Town - Away
Sat 1st Aug - Whitby Town - Away
Tue 4th Aug - Bishop Auckland - Away
Fri 7th Aug - Spennymoor Town - Away

Also a friendly at Home (Heritage Park) v York to arrange currently.

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