Shelbourne have announced the signing of Ryan Brennan for the 2019 season. Brennan played previously with St Patrick’s Athletic and Bray Wanderers.
The Football Association of Ireland confirms that Stephen Kenny has been appointed as Republic of Ireland Under-21 manager and will become senior men’s team manager after EURO 2020. The Dubliner, who guided Dundalk to four SSE Airtricity League Premier Division titles in the last five seasons, will also be responsible for
Noel King will move full-time to the role of Player Identification Manager for the Football Association of Ireland after serving eight years as Head Coach of the Republic of Ireland Under-21s. After being appointed in July 2010, King oversaw 40 competitive games and improved the team's UEFA ranking, while they achieved two
The Football Association of Ireland and the Irish Football Association have today announced their intention to submit a joint bid to host the UEFA Under-21 Championship in 2023. The UEFA Under-21 Championship is the second biggest football tournament in Europe after the UEFA Euros. The best young talent from across the
One of the longest serving players within the current Oriel Park home dressing room, Dundalk full-back Dane Massey is regarded by many as one of the finest left-backs to ever grace the League of Ireland. Collecting a staggering fourth league title last Friday night under Stephen Kenny’s reign at Dundalk,
The Football Association of Ireland can confirm that an Independent Disciplinary Appeal Committee has rejected the appeal of two former Athlone Town AFC players found guilty of breaching FAI rules. Both Igors Labuts and Dragos Sfrijan had been found to be in breach of three FAI rules: - Rule 99: Bringing the
There is a first call up for former SSE Airtricity League Player of the Year Richie Towell while Harry Arter, Darragh Lenihan, Derrick Williams, Greg Cunningham, Alan Browne, Shane Long, Seanie Maguire and Scott Hogan return to the squad after missing the September matches. James McClean has recovered from his broken
Republic of Ireland could be part of joint bid to host tournament in 2030. Following recent positive discussions amongst all parties it has been agreed that the Football Association of Ireland will join the English, Irish, Welsh and Scottish FAs in conducting a feasibility review into a potential joint bid to