Dulwich Hamlet is returning to Champion Hill after winning a fight to return to its historic home.
The club was evicted after a dispute with owners early this year. Today the club confirmed a new agreement had been reached after talks between Dulwich Hamlet, Southwark Council and Meadow Partners.
For more than 80 years, Dulwich Hamlet has been playing football at Champion Hill.
It is one of the best supported teams in non league football. But its very existence was under threat after a row with developers who own their ground.
The club was initially told it couldn't play there any more or even use the Dulwich Hamlet name.
However, a new agreement was reached following a meeting chaired by Sports Minister Tracey Crouch.