Dominic Langdon

Dominic Langdon

Born 14 September 1988 (Age 18 at debut)

Position: Defender

(Diamonds player #243)

Total appearances 3 – 1 goal

(3 Hillier Senior Cup)


17 October 2006 (Home Cogenhoe United)

Final game:

20 March 2007 (Away Woodford United)

Dominic joined Diamonds at the age of 13 and progressed through the Centre of Excellence and into the youth team. He stood out as a versatile central defender with the U18s and after turning 18, was allocated the squad number 31 making the bench on several occasions although his only three appearances were in the Hillier Senior Cup. He scored on his debut in the game against Cogenhoe United. He was released in May 2007 joining Tamworth on 25 June 2007 where he remained a regular with the side, winning the Conference North title in 2009. He broke his foot at the end of the season, although is still on non-contract terms. He went to Atherstone Town on loan in November 2009 as part of his rehabilitation, but after losing his place in the Tamworth side, he decided to leave, joining Southern League Premier side Brackley Town on 29 January 2010. During the summer of 2011, Dominic moved to Conference North side Solihull Moors, while continuing his Sports Therapy studies at Coventry University. After two and a half years at the club, he joined Conference North side Brackley Town on 8 February 2014 as they pushed for promotion to the Conference. He left at the end of the season however, and announced he would rejoin Conference North side Solihull Moors on 2 June 2014. He joined Kettering Town in 2016, but after a successful 2016/17 season he was forced to quit the game due to business commitments. He has continued to appear at lower levels of the game, most recently in 2021 at Desborough Town.


2006/2007 – squad number 31



Cogenhoe Utd (H)

1 goal



Ford Sports (A)



Woodford Utd (A)

as sub


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