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Welcome to the Dulwich Hill F.C. Website

Dulwich Hill Football Club plays in the NSW State League 1 which is the third tier of competition for men in NSW following the NSW Premier Leagues 1 & 2. 

The Dulwich Hill Football Club is proudly supported by many local businesses and individuals, but in particular the Portugal Madeira club located in Marrickville, N.S.W. The PMC celebrates and promotes the Portuguese culture with particular emphasis on the island of Madeira.

DHFC was originally established by migrants from the island who had settled in the inner west. There is live music every weekend accompanied by delicious food and wine.

Visit us at 1-3 Denby Street, Marrickville N.S.W. 2204 or the PMC website HERE

Seeking Coaches for 2016 Season

Dulwich Hill FC is seeking expressions of interest for currently accredited coaches 

for our under 13s , 14s, 15s, and 16s

2016 season.

The club has also applied for the FNSW Skills Acquisition Programme for under 9s to Under 12s. We also would like to invite expressions of interest from currently accredited coaches for these squads as well.

Please forward your expression of interest and coaching resumé to our youth convenor

Mr. Jan Kain
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former DULWICH HILL PORTUGAL MADEIRA PLAYER who is now a superstar in the A LEAGUE

Central Coast Mariners’ explosive Portuguese-born winger Fabio Ferreira says he wouldn’t say no to the Socceroos if they ever called on him.

Signed earlier this season from Adelaide United, Ferreira has added an exciting new edge to the Mariners forward line.


He's quickly become a fan fave in Gosford. And at 25, he’s coming into the best years of his career as he looks to make good on his potential - something the great Jose Mourinho saw a decade ago.


“Living in Australia for three years, I’ve seen a very good improvement in the football here.


“So far it’s been a very competitive league. And in Europe they don’t really realize how competitive of a league it is here in Australia and I think it’s getting bigger,” Ferreira told


“I’ve enjoyed playing here and [becoming a naturalized Australian and playing for the Socceroos] is something that is possible and I would never say no.”


Ferreira, from the Setubal region of Portugal,  learnt his trade at Portuguese powerhouse Sporting Lisbon. 


But he soon caught the eye of Mourinho at Chelsea as a 16-year-old in 2004.


He played for the Premier League giant’s reserves and made his national youth team debut for Portugal U-19s during his stint in west London between 2005 and 2009.


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The club must abide by these terms when using the ground.   Please note that breaches of this agreement by anyone associated with DULLY will result in sanctions including cancellation of our licence.
Just as an example - another club  started using the ground on Monday and there was already a major incident when one of their parents parked his car across the garage of one of the residents . This is completely unacceptable.
The residents must be respected because they now have soccer at the ground at least 6 days per week.  
If there are any issues - these will be dealt with by the designated community liaison officers who are :
1.  JOSEPH PINTO  0412112074
2.  JAN KAIN 0411052661
3.  ED PESSEGO 0413974 640
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