Finn Harps FC welcomes the Government’s announcement of the potential to resume activities in July/August but recognizes that restrictions with respect to mass gatherings will still be in place.
We are encouraged by the initiative of the FAI to examine possible scenarios for a potential return to League of Ireland football,
Finn Harps are delighted to confirm the signing of Austrian forward Alexander Kogler. He joins the club from Grazer AK in the Austrian Second Tier. He will wear number 30 for the club this season.
Harps fans will have to wait until next week’s home game vs Dundalk to see their
Finn Harps are delighted to have announce the return of Raf Cretaro for the 2020 season. Cretaro had planned to retire after last season’s playoff success win over Drogheda but has decided to give it one more year as the club looks to progress and improve on last season’s league
Finn Harps are delighted to announce the signing of midfielder Barry McNamee for the 2020 season. He joins the club from rivals Derry City having captained the Candystripes last season.
McNamee has been courted by clubs up and down the island since the end of the 2019 season but has penned
Finn Harps have announced the signing of Shaun Kelly ahead of the 2020 campaign. The defender joins the club he supported as a boy having grown up in Killybegs.
The 31 year old has spent the majority of his career with Limerick, but has also had spells at Galway United, Derry
Minister Joe McHugh last night sent a message to the Finn Harps Board meeting which may offer a ray of hope to the stadium project. The Minister had hoped to attend the meeting in person but was unable to do so due to last minute commitments. However he sent his
Finn Harps are delighted to announce the signing of Shane McEleney from Larne FC. The defender spent the past two years at Inver Park and played a pivotal role in their promotion to the Danske Bank Premiership. The 28 year old has also played with Derry City, St. Pats and
Ciaran Callan at Finn Park
At the beginning of the season when Dundalk left Finn Harp in the hum of a rampant crowd who were delighted following a spirited one all draw you had the feeling that the SSE Airtricity League champions could be in for a rough patch as a
Finn Harps’ thrilling 3-2 win over Waterford United on Friday was significant. It lifted them off the bottom of the table, overtaking UCD who had lost narrowly at home to Shamrock Rovers in one of Friday’s two Dublin derbies [St Patrick’s Athletic drew with Bohemians in the other]. The win
Finn Harps Football Club have announced that Joey O’Leary Financial Services will be the sleeve sponsor for the forthcoming Premier Division season. The news is a welcome boost for Harps ongoing fundraising campaign, which was launched following the memorable promotion play-off victory over Limerick which ensured top flight football would