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FAI boss John Delaney is heading to the home of Knocknacarra Football Club on Sunday February 1 to view its ‘football for all’ programme.
Time to peer into that crystal ball again. No, not the one in the Treasure Chest window. Here’s a taste of what we can expect in the year ahead.
Having steered Galway to promotion during an impressive first season in charge, manager Tommy Dunne believes more supporter involvement is crucial to the long term success of the domestic game.
League and cup champions Raheny United are the visitors to Eamonn Deacy Park on Sunday to do battle with Galway WFC in the FAI Cup quarter-final.
It has been a busy week as Westmeath has provided a splendid backdrop for the FAI’s six-day Festival of Football with the association’s AGM scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday July 26.
The county will become the centre of Irish football next week when the Football Association of Ireland hosts a festival of football and its AGM in the county.
On Monday The Football Association of Ireland launched its 2014 Festival of Football and annual general meeting which will take place in County Westmeath from July 21-26.
A crowd in the region of 200 attended the formal launch of the Airtricity League's newest club, Galway FC, at The Connacht Hotel on Monday evening.
The proposed one Galway Airtricity League team will be debated at an open meeting for members and supporters of GUST at the Galway Rovers clubhouse, Claddagh, next Monday at 8pm.
Images from the town of Athenry, will be beamed across the screens at the Aviva Stadium during the upcoming Liverpool v Celtic game this weekend. Both teams supporters use the iconic anthem The Fields of Athenry written by legendary songwriter Pete St John.