Dulwich Hamlet Women’s team will allow fans to ‘Pay What You Want’ for their home fixture against Fulham on Sunday February 9.
The team are already averaging crowds of more than 200 and are top of the London and South East Women’s Regional Football League.
They beat QPR 2-0 at Champion Hill just before Christmas, thanks to goals from Ana De Pellegrin and Ella Wales Bonner.
Dulwich are chasing promotion to the fourth tier, where the likes of Ipswich, Norwich and Leyton Orient await.
It is the team’s inaugural season as Dulwich Hamlet. They were previously known as AFC Phoenix and merged with the club in the summer of 2019.
The women’s team are unbeaten at Champion Hill in the league
Pics by Ollie Jarman
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