Ahhhh, it is good to be back, isn`t it? Scottish football has returned for the 2021-22 campaign, with crowds back too! While the number of supporters being permitted entry into grounds is limited at present, we all hope come the middle of August, we can become accustomed to full stadia once again.Read more
Following on from the History of DAFC.net by OzPar it is time to look forward to the next period of DAFC.net `s history.
The internet has come a long way in the last 25 years who knows where it will be in the next 25 years.
For some years Sliema Par has organised a Guess the number of DAFC Season Tickets that will be purchased.
Sliema, as the name suggests, was based in Malta when he used this name on the forum, and runs this competition throughout the season.
We are about to start on a new Prediction League for the Euro 2020`s.
The previous League for the Scottish Championship was won by `sadindiefreak` by just 1 point. The winners prize for last season competition was a Season Ticket to East End Park.
It was 25 years ago, back in 1995, that Microsoft launched its revolutionary Windows 95 operating system, and for those of us with the desire and the money to keep up with the latest computer trends at home, it opened a whole new world of opportunity.
With the additional purchase of a 14.4k modem, suddenly the Internet became available at the click of an icon on our computer screen.
The Clubs Official Web Site (COWS) is found at DAFC.co.uk
ParsTV stream video and audio of live matches from East End Park and at away grounds (depending on conditions).
ParsTV is found at https://ParsTV.co.uk
The Pars Supporters Trust is found at http://parssupporterstrust.co.uk/
The Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust is found at daht.org.uk
The Dunfermline Athletic Supporters Club is found at http://dasc.fife.net
The Pars Foundation is found at https://parsfoundation.co.uk
The Dunfermline Athletic Disabled Supporters` Club (DADSC) is found at http://dadsc.fife.net/
The DAFC Online Shop is found at https://DAFCshop.uk