Search Results for 'League of Ireland'
873 results found.
With each passing week as the League of Ireland takes shape Galway United’s efficient start to the season gathers significance.
A contrasting few days at Terryland Park. From the delight of a top flight success over Bray Wanderers to the despair of a League Cup defeat against UCD ensures Saturday’s trip to the Showgrounds is crucial.
League of Ireland football makes a welcome return to Terryland Park in the next couple of days as both Galway and Mervue United face awkward assignments at the Dyke Road venue.
Following six defeats in eight testing games there is no disguising the importance of Galway United’s encounter with Drogheda United at Terryland Park tomorrow.
Galway United, Mervue, and Salthill Devon fans are being given a chance to travel to a FAI Ford Cup game in style. Ford will look after the transport to and from the game by supplying a Ford vehicle and chauffeur, and make sure every fan is fed and watered with a pre-match meal. There will be goody bags for every child, and one child on the trip will have the unique opportunity to deliver the match ball onto the pitch before kick-off. All fans have to do is email their name and address to [email protected] with the selected FAI Ford Cup fixture they wish to attend; whether they want to travel with their family to a home game or group of friends to an away game, and a reason why they should be brought to the game by Ford. At least two winners will be selected for every round in this year’s FAI Ford Cup
A demanding task awaits Galway United in the FAI Ford Cup third round when they travel to Ballybofey to face Finn Harps on Saturday (7.45pm).
Mervue United enter new territory tomorrow night when they host premier division outfit Dundalk at Terryland Park (7.45pm).
A unique piece of Athlone sporting and social heritage is now occupying pride of place at Athlone Town’s new stadium in Lissywollen.
Following a brief sabbatical Galway United’s League of Ireland season resumes tomorrow night at Terryland (7.45pm) with Cork City providing the opposition.
Athlone Town fans can take the stress out of getting to Morton Stadium for the upcoming FAI Ford Cup game, with thanks to Ford, proud sponsors of the FAI Cup.