Both of Dulwich Hamlet’s National League South fixtures over the Christmas period were postponed due to positive Covid-19 cases at Champion Hill.
The Hamlet were due to travel to Welling United on Boxing Day and host Dorking Wanderers on Tuesday.
Seven of the ten games in the league went ahead on Tuesday after six of the ten fixtures were played on Boxing Day.
The Hamlet’s next scheduled game is at home to Welling on January 2.
Gavin Rose’s side are sixth in the table, with one game in hand on the three sides directly above them and two in hand on the top two teams.
Meanwhile, the club’s annual fundraiser has raised £500 for King’s Hospital.
Hamlet’s Community Lead Rob Hyneman said: “A huge thank you to every Hamlet supporter who donated to our toy appeal this year.
“Through match-day donations and our Just Giving Page, we have raised over £500 for the ‘Support King’s Hospital Charity’.
“The money raised will be used to buy gifts for children spending their Christmas at King’s College Hospital.
“Thank you for your fantastic support.”