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Bit of a local football derby is taking place tonight, and we know lots of local Balham children play for Balham FC in the different age brackets.

The match between Balham FC and AFC Wimbledon is the first round match of the London Senior Cup this evening, kick off is at 7pm and will be streamed on the AFC Wimbledon TV YouTube channe
The match will be taking place at AFC Wimbledon's new home at Plough Lane, but sadly without any spectators watching.

On their Twitter page, Balham FC paid the following tribute to AFC Wimbledon earlier this week:

"Whilst the headlines are about the serious damage the European Super League will do to the footballing world, it should be noted that AFC Wimbledon, a fan-owned phoenix club, in the middle of their fight for survival in League One have not forgotten their own roots and the importance of grassroots football for many.

"Our 1st team haven’t played a competitive fixture since early Dec 2020 due to Covid-19 restrictions. Hearing this, AFCW offered to reverse the fixture and invite us to Plough Lane stadium for the London Senior Cup on Thursday. Its a competition they have continued to play in despite their progress through the leagues.....



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It's going to be great



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I think that AFC Wimbledon will still remain in the first league, despite the fact that the crisis related to COVID 19 has hit the club's final side hard. Unfortunately, such small clubs are not always able to compete with big clubs, and this is due to the huge financial capabilities of the world's grandees. This prevents other football clubs from developing, so the question of survival always remains relevant. But there are exceptions, such as Leicester, who became the Premier League champion in 2016. Such moments make football fans rejoice. I even downloaded loader.to Leicester's best cuts from that season. Let's hope that everything will be fine.



-- Edited by Nemikon on Monday 22nd of November 2021 05:32:12 AM

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