Looking for things to do in London? Why not check out some live sport?
Dulwich Hamlet FC
This weekend, I became a @dulwichhamletfc fan complete with a pink beanie hat. I also accidentally wore pink jeans too which was a very happy “on brand” accident.
We started our day with drinks at local pub The Cherry Tree. The pub was packed with Dulwich Hamlet fans with a nice pre-match buzz.
Upon arrival at the ground, I was pleased to see a few food vendors offering vegan options – from vegan burgers and chips to gyros and pies. I had a vegan burger which was nothing to write home about but kept me going and was about what you’d expect at a football ground.
At this stage, I’m just happy to see vegan options becoming available across London, especially at predominantly male-dominated events because, as we all know, there has always been a certain stigma around men going vegan and it’s about time we squashed it!
If you’re looking for fun things to do in London and thinking about watching the team play, below are some things you might want to know before you go, but you can also visit this article which is full of info for first time visitors.
- Address: Dulwich Hamlet play at Champion Hill Stadium, Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich, London, SE22 8BD
- When are home matches on? Saturday games kick off at 3pm and midweek games are normally on Tuesdays at 7.45pm
- How much are tickets?
For the men’s games: £12 for adults, £5 for concessions, under 13s are free with paying adults
For the women’s games: £4 for adults, £2 for concessions and under 13s are free with paying adults
- You can buy your ticket at the door but I’d advise booking them online before you arrive as it gets very busy and sometimes sells out
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