• DiningHall BOOK NOW – 1854 Dinner, Friday 28 April 2017 (3/1/2017)The dinner will again take place in the Commons Dining Hall about which Nigel Owens opined last September “do you know, I spoke in the Long Room at Lords this week and its nothing compared to this.” Black Tie €60pp 6.30pm Drinks in the Atrium 7pm Dinner in the “Commons” Dining Hall Guest Speaker: Benny

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  • golf 8 DUFC GOLF CLASSIC (7/13/2015)DUFC 10th Golf Classic took place on Thursday 25th June in Powerscourt Golf Club.  We had 25 Teams of 4 take part in a Shotgun Scramble.  A great fun day was had by all and unfortunately we had to let some teams down as any more and the course would have been too crowded.  

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  • unnamed COLOURS/DUFC REUNION – LINCOLNS INN THURS 16/4 3pm (4/15/2015)The 1974 team (40 years) is meeting for a re-union in the Lincolns Inn (sponsor Trinity Rugby U20s and “home” of the 1854) tomorrow – drinks/food/taxis to game @6pm. All DUFC alumni welcome – come along for the craic!
  • OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA 1854 Dinner (3/3/2015)The 1854 Dinner is confirmed for the 24th April 2015.  Reception 18.30 in the Dining Hall TCD.  Black Tie.   Bookings can be made and paid for by credit card using the Front Gate online please click here. Price per ticket €60. Contact your former club members and put a table together of your era. Any

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  • 4th-west ANNUAL DUFC GOLF CLASSIC, POWERSCOURT G.C. (2/12/2015)ANNUAL DUFC GOLF CLASSIC, POWERSCOURT G.C. Thursday 25TH JUNE 2015 SHOTGUN START 1.30p.m. To book your team/place please contact Kay Bowen dufc@tcd.ie or tel.: (01) 8963468
  • color-match Annual Colours Match (1/12/2015)The 63rd Colours will take place on Thursday, 16th Pre-Match ‘Lunch’ will take place prior to the game – venue and timings to be arranged. To book your place please contact Kay Bowen dufc@tcd.ie or telephone (01) 8963468. April 2015 at 7.30p.m. in The Belfield Bowl, UCD.

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Dublin University Football Club is the oldest club in the world in continuous existence. Football, which may have come to Ireland from Britain, was originally a peasant pastime based on the parish or village. It was unregulated and violent, and fatal accidents occurred during matches with alarming frequency. One challenge between neighbouring villages in Co. Derry read, ‘for the Late Sleepers to come over on [a certain Sunday] and kick the Early Risers’ - See more

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