Daggers Celebrate Diversity Day 2024


The annual Daggers Celebrate Diversity Day will take place this season on Saturday 24th February, when the Daggers host FC Halifax Town in the Vanarama National League, kicking off at 3pm.

The London Borough of Barking and Dagenham is one of the most diverse areas of the country and we welcome everyone to join us on that day. 

The event will once again be sponsored by BD Group, who will be organising the matchday programme design competition in local schools. 

A variety of different events will start in the car park from 1pm. 

Tickets on sale now: www.daggers.co.uk/tickets

Put the date in your diary now. SATURDAY 24TH FEBRUARY 2024 

FEBRUARY HALF TERM HOLIDAY CAMP 

SPECIAL OFFER ONLY £40

The Daggers Trust is once again holding a fun filled holiday camp for young children at May & Bakers Sports Ground during the February Half Term.

5 days, from Monday through to Friday, 6 hours per day and all for only £50. However, if you book by the end of January,  you will pay only £40.

All coaches are qualified and DBS checked. They will be assisted by officers from the Metropolitan Police and the London Fire Brigade who will offer games and activities designed to teach teamwork, communication, confidence and more. The focus is on having fun.

Junior Daggers Guard of Honour

Junior Daggers 2023-2024

The Club and the Trust are pleased to announce that a new and much improved ‘Junior Daggers Package’ is now available to purchase for our young fans under the age of 16. 

ALL THIS FOR ONLY £15!

The package includes a wide variety of different items and opportunities for our junior members:

So much, for so little. Which young Daggers fans wouldn’t want to be a Junior Dagger?

The Junior Daggers Package can be purchased online HERE 

Sign up now and don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity. 

School Holiday Camp - The 'Ahhhhh Game'

Local children are back at May and Bakers over half term, taking part in another Daggers Trust Multisport Fun Camp. The activities have been well supported by the Metropolitan Police Safer Neighbourhood Team, the Met Task Force, the London Fire Brigade and the Apprentices from Dagenham & Redbridge FC, the Daggers Trust coaches have been helping the children have fun, make friends, develop social skills, take exercise and change minds, attitudes, behaviour and lives. 

Led by PCSO John Joseph, the Met's Premier League Kicks' Co-ordinator, the group competed in the 'Ahhhhh Game' Challenge on Tuesday. Watch how they got on.

Sporting Memories - Out of the Blue

Last Thursday the Sporting Memories 50+ Group was entertained by 'Out of the Blue', a local ukelele band. 

The sessions are free to anyone aged 50, or over.

The group meets at the Daggers' Clubhouse every Thursday from 1030-1200. 

Make friends, have a natter and a laugh.

Relive memories, they don't have to be sport related.

Free tea, coffee and biscuits.

No need to register in advance.

Just turn up and join in. 

Advance Notice 

The Sporting Memories Christmas Party will be held on Thursday 14th December

More than just a small football club in Essex

Video produced for Daggers Trust by Alfie-Ray Cracknell,  a student at UFCB Wembley

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