Dundee Football Club in the Community Trust (DFC In The Community Trust) was established in November 2017 as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO), SC047946. Our purpose is to advance education and public participation in sport through the organisation of recreational activity leading to improvement in conditions of life for participants.
-The advancement of public participation in sport by providing the opportunity for adults & the youth within the City of Dundee and surrounding area to train and play football.
-To organise recreational activities for people in Dundee and the surrounding area with the object of improving the health, fitness and wellbeing of people of all ages and genders through public participation in physical exercise.
-The advancement of education by providing funding and opportunities for the delivery of educational initiatives.
-To improve the social inclusion of people in the community.
Greg joined Dundee Football Club in the Community Trust in September 2019 as Community Trust Manager. A graduate of Dundee University, Greg holds a degree with honours in Community Learning & Development (Community Education) and had placements at Kick-it Kick-Off and the Web Project as part of his studies. Prior to joining the Trust, Greg worked within the Youth Justice sector and worked alongside Education, Social Work, Police Scotland and third sector organisations across Tayside.
Greg started his football coaching career at Douglas Lads FC and from the age of 18 was Manager of Ferry Athletic FC for a number of years. Greg can be contacted via [email protected]
I married into a Dundee FC supporting family almost 30 years ago and have been a dark blue ever since.
I have always been involved in football in some way and in the last two decades have held many positions within Carnoustie Panmure FC including Club President. At “The Panny” I was instrumental in setting up the football academy for over 100 5-9 year olds and the Walking Football team who in their first two years competed at a tournament in Portugal, coming home with silverware on both occasions. However my greatest achievement, to date, in a footballing sense is the Football Action group we started. This is a memories group for people living with dementia, but also includes exercise and football drills. I am proud to say I am also a Trustee with The Carnoustie Memories charity.
I am 61 years old and semi-retired primary teacher.
I have been a Dark Blue fan since Dundee beat Cologne 8-1.
I was honoured to serve the club in the role of finance director, for 5 years,being instrumental in facilitating the introduction of the US investment which continues to benefit us today.
I am now entering my dotage after a lifetime working as a Chartered Accountant and am fortunate to enjoy good health. Days are spent doing things I want and like: golf, photography and hillwalking.
On a Saturday I keep fit by singing at Dens Park.
I joined Dundee Football Club in 2015 as Club Secretary, following a lengthy career as a secretary in an accountancy practice. I will always be grateful to Ian Crighton for making me aware of the vacancy at the Club. Working with the players I quickly built up a rapport with them and being keen to see them do well on the pitch, I became a dedicated Dundee fan. Although I took ‘early retirement’ in 2017 I missed the Club so much that I returned 6 months later and now work as PA to the Managing Director and Management Team.
Holly Park (Treasurer)
I have been visiting Dens from a young age when my Dad used to take me to reserve games and have continued to go on and off as an adult. My Dad and Uncle still attend every home game and have started taking my daughter to games.