Southwark Community Sports Trust at Dulwich Sports Ground
Dulwich Sports Ground and it's facilities is managed by a group of volunteers who set up the Southwark Community Sports Trust and who are also representatives of local football, rugby and cricket clubs in the area and schools football organisations.
Dulwich Sports Ground s located in the heart of Dulwich our 21 acre sports ground offers first class football, rugby and cricket facilities for daily, seasonal and corporate hire and we are just 20 minutes from the centre of London.
*6 senior, 1 senior/intermediate, 3 junior 9v9, 2 mini (5 & 7 a side),
*1 rugby pitch,
*3 cricket squares, 3 artificial cricket strips, 3 lane cricket net facilities,
* Floodlit training area,
* a substantial pavilion with 13 changing rooms, (including 2 dedicated for female use) with shower facilities, a large main hall with veranda over looking the grounds
* Licensed bar and catering operation.
The facilities are Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant.
The objectives of the Trust are:
Located in the heart of Dulwich our 21 acre sports ground offers first class football, rugby and cricket facilities just 20 minutes from the centre of London.
There are 9 football pitches, mini x 2 (7 a side), junior x 2, (9 a side) and senior x 5, 1 rugby pitch, 3 cricket squares, 3 artificial cricket strips, 3 lane cricket net facilities, floodlit training area, a substantial pavilion with 13 changing rooms, (including 2 dedicated for female use) with shower facilities, a large main hall with verandah over looking the grounds and a licensed bar and catering operation. All our facilities are Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant.
Dulwich Sports Ground History
The ground was formerly known as the London South Bank University Sports Ground.
The Southwark Community Sports Trust was created as a consequence of the former managers, London South Bank University, taking the decision to close the facilities in Sept 2010. The trust negotiated the assignment of the lease and the football pitches were brought back into use in January 2011 with cricket following in April that year.
An opening ceremony was held on 27th March 2011 presided over by the Rt Hon Tessa Jowell MP for the Dulwich & West Norwood constituency. (See Gallery)
SCST Organisation Southwark Community Sports Trust (SCST) is established as a Community Interest Company (C.I.C) and operates on a not for profit basis in order to provide sports facilities and promote participation in amateur sports for all ages and genders.
The Trust is managed by a Board of Directors who were also the Founder Members.
The Directors are:-
For more information about any of the associated Sports Clubs see Links.
As a purely voluntary organisation we are always looking for further assistance thus if you wish to get involved please contact John Smith.
Sports Ground Stakeholders in addition the Trust works very closely with Southwark and Lambeth Councils, the local residents associations, the Dulwich Estate and the Friends of Belair Park.
The Trust is also a member of Friends of Surrey Cricket, is a Chance to Shine host ground and has forged strong links with Surrey Cricket Board, the Football Foundation and London FA, the RFU and Sport England.
.SPORTS BOOKINGS FOR 2019/20 NOW BEING ACCEPTED
Monday to Sunday:
Including Bank Holidays
Sports Played at DSG
Changing Rooms: Yes
Car Parking: Free Parking
Please note: Car park is closed Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Equipment Rental: Yes
Membership Required: No
Pay as you Play: Yes
Disabled Access: Yes
First Aid Kit: Yes
Nearest Train stations:
West Dulwich, North Dulwich and Herne Hill
3, N3, 201 and P13.
Parking at the Sports Ground.
We estimate we can accommodate about 40 cars including the overflow parking area.
Other Parking on Turney Road after the railway bridge and on Rosendale Road. It is less than a 5 minute walk.
There is also a public car park at Belair Park.