Jim Chapman

Time As Manager: December 2007 - October 2010
First Game in Charge: Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008 vs. Albion Rovers (2-0)
Last Game in Charge: Oct 23rd, 2010 vs. Stenhousemuir (0-4)

Former Dumbarton player Jim Chapman was appointed manager on Hogmanay 2007 and won the Third Division title in his first season in charge. He then led Dumbarton to a comfortable mid table finish in 2009/10 and moved to a football development role at the club in October 2010.


Most Appearances Top Scorers
  1. Ben Gordon - 91
  2. Andy Geggan - 89
  3. Derek Carcary - 82
  4. Stevie Murray - 77
  5. Iain Chisholm - 75
  6. Ross Clark - 63
  7. Mick Dunlop - 61
  8. Gordon Lennon - 55
  9. Scott Chaplain - 49
  10. Ryan McStay - 48
  1. Derek Carcary - 22
  2. Ross Clark - 17
  3. Scott Chaplain - 11
  4. Ben Gordon - 7
  5. Denis McLaughlin - 7
  6. Paul McLeod - 6
  7. Iain Chisholm - 5
  8. Roddy Hunter - 5
  9. Stevie Murray - 5
  10. David Winters - 5

Total Players Used: 81 (85 including unused subs)

Average Home Attendance: 690

Biggest Win(s)
May 2nd, 2009 6 - 0 vs. Elgin City, League (Third Division)

Heaviest Defeat(s)
Aug 26th, 2008 0 - 7 vs. St Mirren, League Cup (2nd Round)

Overall Record

Games Won Drawn Lost For Against GD
113 40 27 46 141 169 -28
(35.4%) (23.9%) (40.7%)

At Home

Games Won Drawn Lost For Against GD
55 21 13 21 72 72 +0
(38.2%) (23.6%) (38.2%)