Weekly events at Dunstable Town FC

We are delighted to be working in partnership with Dunstable Town Football Club and we’ll update our website with all the latest news and events.

Weekly events

Here are the weekly events that Dunstable Town FC are currently running, from March 2022 onwards:


Friendship Group meets at The Glider between 12:30pm and 3pm. Limited to 12 members due to space and are currently full so not able to take new members.


On Tuesday evenings the Walking Group will restart once we have daylight up to and beyond 7.30 pm.


(Alternate weeks) Walking Football. Open access, irrespective of age, gender or ability.

Please see the Dunstable Town FC website for full details of the walking football sessions.

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From Thursday March 10th the second Friendship group starts. Chums and Crumbs will meet every Thursday in the Activities Room on the 1st floor of the Dunstable Centre. This is a collaborative venture between the Club, Titan PCN & Stevenage Leisure Limited who manage the Centre.


Walking Football on Friday evenings at Creasey Park. This is a more competitive and more strenuous group than meets on Wednesdays so it’s suggested that anyone who is interested in joining to start with the Wednesday sessions first.

We’ll be updating this page with more news soon…

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