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The club is sad to announce the recent passing of lifelong fan Geoff Gatt. 

Geoff has been a regular at the club for many years, during which time he has volunteered to undertake many roles including running the Tea Bar and most recently selling our Golden Goal tickets.


Geoff was a larger than life character who was always guaranteed to crack a joke and tell you a story or two about his footballing career, which spanned many decades.

The club would like to pass on our best wishes to his family at this sad time.

Geoff will be sadly missed by everyone who knew him and a minutes silence in his honour was impeciably observed by everyone who attended our recent home game against Croydon Athletic.

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Geoff's funeral will take place at 10:00 on Tuesday 5th September.

Morden Crematorium,

Lower Morden Lane
Morden, SM4 4NU before returning to the ground around 11:30


The Terrors are delighted to announce that Jay Dunstan-Digweed has joined the club as a Center Half having previously played for Colliers Wood United FC.


Jay is "very excited to join such a wonderful club with a very good history and let’s get back this club back where they belong: UP THE TERRORS".   


Jay can’t wait to get started and show the fans what he's capable of doing on the pitch and giving it his all week in and week out.

Everyone at the club would like to welcome Jay to Imperial Fields, for what we hope will be a successful season for the club.

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The club were delighted to welcome Kyle from the Padded Seat to Imperial Fields for our recent FA Cup Replay match against Athletic Newham FC.


Kyle had a great time meeting our volenteers, players & supporters and as you can see he also managed to enjoy a fantastic meal from the Shak too!

Thank you Kyle and your most welcome to visit us again anytime.

To watch the video of his day, please use the link below

Update on

Mohamed Cherif Cisse


Centre Half Mo Cherif Cisse unfortunately broke a leg during the cup replay with Athletic Newham on Tuesday evening.


The latest update is that, he remains in St Helier Hospital following his operation, and things are now much more positive, as he can move around pretty well, but by just getting up, all the blood rushes down he’s leg and that’s what’s more painful right now. Other than that once he’s learnt to use the crutches a little better and managing more than 10-20 steps he will be able to go home.


We wish him well and a speedy recovery, and many thanks to club physios Carly Doyle and Sean David who assisted before the paramedics arrived, alongside Lyn Catchpole and her team of stewards. Massive thanks also to James Hodel Murphy who ensured that Mo was settled later in the evening at hospital.

We would like to thank everyone who contributed to the bucket collection for Mo which took place at our recent home game Vs Balham FC. Mo passes on his thanks and appreciation to you all, adding that he feels blessed and that thanks to everyone he’s so happy that the money raised will help him to pay his bills


Further news when we have it and please look out for various fundraising initiatives that will be taking place for Cisse over the coming weeks.


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