Dynamo Kingswinford

Ashley Barker, James Pinches. Rob Waddams, Christopher Platts, Mathew Bird, Jason Russell, Stuart Williams, Gary Lamsdale, Christopher Sweetmore Scott Bradley, Ross Hodgkins, Mathew Price, Andrew Waddams, Harrison Day-Bradley

Club Details


Bantock Park, Finchfield Road, WV3 9LQ


Jason Russell

Tel No:

07794 482279

First Kit:

Red - Black - Red

Second Kit:

Green/White - Black - Green

Year Formed:



League Cup 2003, 2004 & 2006

Player of the Year:

2012 Harrison Day-Bradley
2011 Chris Platts
2010 Matthew Pearson
2009 Matthew Pearson
2008 Matt Pearson, Chris Price and Chris Sweetmore
2007 Matthew Pearson
2006 Tim Fellows
2005 Tim Fellows

Top Scorer:

2012 Scott Bradley 11
2011 Scott Bradley 7
2010 Chris Sweetmore 7
2009 Andy Aston, Stuart Yates, Rob Waddams 4
2008 Chris Sweetmore 11
2007 Chris Sweetmore 14
2006 Andy Aston 6
2005 Tim Fellows 8

Club History:

Formed in 2002 by Gary Lamsdale, formerly of Walsall Olympic. They were instantly successful getting promoted in their first season, losing out on the title to Clarendon. They did, however managed to win the League Cup, a competition they dominated for the coming seasons. Dynamo went onto retain the Cup in 2004 and narrowly missed out on the Division One title by just two points.

Dynamo went onto win the League Cup for a third time in 2006, a feat only surpassed by Chawn Hill, but were relegated. They bounced straight back the following season and consolidated their Division One status in 07/08 finishing fifth. Gary Lamsdale announced that he was stepping down as Dynamo supremo at the end of the 2008 season, so the club moves to a new phase going forward. Gary can look back with immense pride at what he achived over his six year in charge. There are many a green eye at his three League Cup wins. Ed Walker - June 2008

08/09 was a disappointing season for Dynamo who were once again relegated to Division Two. Despite only racking up five points all season, they gave a reasonable account of themselves in most games. Losing became a habit whereas scoring goals did not. Only All Nations scored fewer goals in the entire league.

Clubs come and go and often they are good for a while and then fade but Dynamo completed ten years this season and have stood the test of time. After bouncing straight into Division One and winning the Cup three times, DK slid down the league, right out to the nether regions of Division Three. Sometimes teams try to stay in a Division that does not suit them but Dynamo bit the bullet at the end of 2011 and gladly accepted their fate.

2011/12 was much better, seeing Dynamo immediately return to Division Two with a third place behind the rampant All Saints and just behind St Thomas.

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