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Galway FC has confirmed that it will make a licence application to compete in the 2014 Airtricity League of Ireland season.
Mervue United's Airtricity League adventure continues tomorrow when Johnny Glynn's side host Longford Town in the first leg of an interesting promotion play-off at Fahy's Field
Galway FC should be ready for Eamonn Deacy Park action in 2014 as the newly formed club will make a licence application to play in the Airtricity League next season.
Four clubs in Galway have been invited to a Monday night meeting about the formation of a new Connacht Senior League at the McWilliam Park Hotel in Claremorris.
In October last year FAI chief executive officer John Delaney stated the association's intention of fielding one team from Galway in the League of Ireland and meetings continue to take place about making this a reality for the 2014 season.
Galway will host a feast of university women’s soccer next week with three finals taking place on March 19.
Friendships forged by football fans from Galway while attending last summer’s European Championships finals in Poland have resulted in the official visit of the mayor of Torun to the city next week.
Another meeting on the future of League of Ireland football in Galway has been organised by the Galway United Supporters Trust.
• Badminton bash: A reunion party for all past members of Aras Badminton Club, Aras Bothar Na Tra, Dr Mannix Road, will take place in The Salthill Hotel on Friday November 9 at 8.30pm. Light refreshments provided. All are welcome.
This afternoon will mark an important day for the future of senior football in Galway.