Dulwich Hamlet Football Club is an association football club, based in East Dulwich, Surrey. Founded 130 years ago in 1893, the team currently compete in the National League South, the 6th tier of English football.
They play their home matches at Champion Hill, and are nicknamed "The Hamlet".
The team's playing kit is manufactured by Hope + Glory and is made of rPET fabric.
Dulwich Hamlet Football Club was founded in 1893 and has been playing in the Isthmian League ever since.
Over the years, they have enjoyed considerable success, winning several championships and cups, and producing several international players.
After 111 years of Isthmian League football, The Hamlet were promoted to the Vanarama National League at the end of season 2017-18.
Despite being evicted from their home stadium at Champion Hill in March 2018, they beat Hendon 4-3 on penalties in front of a record attendance at the KNK Stadium, the home of rivals Tooting & Mitcham Utd.
The club have also won a hat trick of awards from the League's AGM for their excellent disciplinary record.
In recent years, their Reserve and Youth teams have enjoyed considerable success and three youngsters have been signed by professional clubs for transfer fees.