An outstanding start to last season with seven wins and a draw saw the Darts as the pace setters. They went seventeen home games from the beginning of the campaign without defeat, dished out some thrashings on the road and at times played some delightful football. Momentum was lost between October through to January and although they managed to claw some of the deficit back, the Darts slipped up when it mattered falling short in the playoffs for the fourth time in five seasons. Steve King met his target on the field, but the club deemed a change necessary this summer.

2021/2022 Season
National South: 4th
F.A Cup: 4th Qualifying Round
F.A Trophy: 5th Round
County Cup: Winners
Top League Scorers: Marcus Dinanga (13 goals)

Manager – Alan Dowson

A proven manager at this level, Dowson’s last major success was taking Woking up to the National League in his first season three years ago. Finishing runners up, he won the promotional final, had the Cards flirting with the National League playoffs and recorded Woking’s best F.A Cup run in almost two decades. At Hampton and Richmond Borough, he led the Beavers to the Isthmian Premier League title, then reached consecutive playoff campaigns. Dowson also spent seven years at Kingstonian where he won the Isthmian Division One South and was also successful in his first managerial post at Walton and Hersham.

Summer Transfers

Transfers In Transfers Out
Maxwell Statham (Welling United) Tyrique Hyde (Welling United)
Alex Wall (Havant and Waterlooville) Ade Azeez (Welling United)
Samir Carruthers (Hemel Hempstead Town) Jack Jebb (Dorking Wanderers)
Charlie Sheringham (Chelmsford City) Jake Robinson (Worthing)
Davide Rodari (Crawley Town) Danny Leonard (Sheppey United)
Luke Coulson (Bromley) Josh Hill (Dulwich Hamlet)
Pierre Fonkeu (Hemel Hempstead Town) George Porter (Dulwich Hamlet)
  Kalvin Kalala (Dulwich Hamlet)
  Jernade Meade (Hemel Hempstead Town)
  Olumide Durojaiye (Hereford)