Paul was elected as Chairman of the CSFL in June 2018. He has been involved in the league since 2003, when he founded Dinamo Dorigo. Paul acted as manager for that club until 2014 when he handed over the reins to the current management team. Paul also served as League 2 representative on the Committee for many years.
Paul is very excited to take up the post and continue the fine work of Harry Yennaris and Nigel Copperwheat.
Paul supports Tottenham and Aston Villa. He hopes for a day when his two clubs can meet once more in the Premier League but for now, that is looking unlikely!
STAN RYANLEAGUE SECRETARY
Stan was elected as League Secretary in June 2018. In this role, he will be working with the leagues clubs and committee members, along with London FA.
As a qualified Referee, Simon started officiating on the Camden Sunday Football League matches in the 1989/90 season and finally hung up his boots at the end of the 2015/16 season.
Simon joined the CSFL Committee when he became the Treasurer for the League for the 2004/05 season and continues to carry out this role to this day.
NIGEL COPPERWHEATFINES SECRETARY
Nigel first joined the CSFL as a Referee in 1985. The following year he was elected to the League’s Management Committee as General Secretary. He has subsequently held the posts of vice-Chairman, Treasurer, Fixtures Secretary, Registrations Secretary, Fines Secretary, and most recently, and for the last 20 years, as Chairman.
He is currently a League vice-President and continues to serve as the Fines Secretary
Dates of League COUNCIL meetings are as follows:
03 August 2017
04 January 2018
07 September AGM (Part Two)
07 June AGM (Part One)
DICK CAYLORREFEREES SECRETARY
Dick has been involved with the Camden Sunday Football League for the past 40 years in various roles, initially as a player at Hackney Marshes and, when his playing days were over, becoming a qualified LFA Referee in 1976. A few years later he became assistant Referees Secretary and then progressed to Referees Secretary, a post that he has kept for the last 37 years.
In addition to being the Referees Secretary, Dick also holds the positions of League Vice President and Vice Chairman.
KEN KNIGHTLYFIXTURES SECRETARY
After running a team for 5 years in the old Clapton and Stoke Newington League Ken joined the Camden Sunday League way back in 1981 as a newly qualified referee and stayed on the League until 1988 when he moved to Essex.
Ken returned to the League for the 2014/15 season and joined the committee as Fixture Secretary and continues to perform his role in this capacity for the committee.
Dates of League MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE meetings are as follows:
31 August 2017
25 January 2018
FRED BIRCHHONORARY LIFE PRESIDENT
First played in the Hampstead and District Sunday Football League in 1948, for “Primrose Athletic FC”. The League had been Founded the previous year by Mr “BILL PRICE”.
Whilst continuing to play. Fred became Fixture Secretary in the early fifties (80 teams) and thus established a firm friendship with “Bill”. He retired from playing in 1965 and was appointed League Secretary and he also qualified as a (not too successful) Referee. The tenure as League Secretary ended in 1975 with the award of Honorary Life Presidency.
Fred still attends League Meetings and enjoys Sunday mornings on the “Marsh” watching our Teams and Referees!
CHARLIE ACTONREGISTRATIONS SECRETARY
Charlie was elected to the committee in June 2017 as the Registration Secretary.
Charlie qualified as a referee in 2012 and joined the CSFL in 2014 as a Referee He has been fortunate enough to now officiate within the semi-professional game. In addition to officiating on the CSFL matches, he also referees at the Arsenal Academy as well as the Islington Midweek League.