The 2017 league of Ireland season is now in the books and it is yet another season that brought so much on and off the pitch. In the premier division there was 549 goals scored, compared to the 283 goals scored in the first division. Dundalk where the highest scorers
First Division side Shelbourne have announced that four player have re-signed for the 2018 season.
Derek Prendergast, James English, Alan Byrne & Dean Delany have all signed up for the new season.
Wednesday night sees European action return to the UCD Bowl once more as our under 19s entertain Molde FK of Norway in the first leg of the first round of the Domestic Champions Path in the UEFA Youth League. After winning the SSE Airtricity Under 19 Legue, qualification for the
It was a weekend of goals, celebrations, intensity and tears as the League of Ireland delivered yet again on the pitch. There was 41 goals scored across 12 games that seen Cork continue to stumble to the league title with just 1 point from 2 games. John Caulfield’s men were
The PFAI are announcing the First Division team of the year for 2017 over the next three days.
They have announced the goalkeeper and defenders that have made the team of the year this season.
Niall Corbet (UCD)
Daniel O'Reilly(Longford Town)
Chris McCarthy(Cobh Ramblers)
PFA Ireland 1st Div Team of Year;
Waterford director of Football Pat Fenlon could be having a double celebration this weekend as the GAA club he coaches in Meath are in the Junior B cup final this weekend.
Nutsy will be in Waterford tonight to see the club lift the First Division title tonight and then on Sunday
After last weeks FAI Cup’s exploits, we returned to league action this weekend and it didn’t disappoint. Only 2 sides failed to score across 8 games, while 26 goals where scored overall, including a stunning hat trick from Bohemians Keith Ward. Bohs scored 4 times against hapless Drogheda United as
Official Athlone Town Statement
Athlone Town AFC rejects findings of FAI investigation.
The Board of Management of Athlone Town AFC rejects the outrageous findings made by the FAI against two of the club's players.
While the club is extremely disappointed, it is not surprised, by the decisions.
Our position is that today's determinations fly
The FAI have released a statement with results from their investigation that they have been carrying out over the last few months following an UEFA Betting Fraud Detection System report.
They have banned two players Igors Labuts and Dragos Sfrijan from all football related activities for 12 months.
Full Statement below:
The league of Ireland returned with a bang this weekend as 20 goals where scored across 8 games. We also seen both league leaders Cork City and Waterford stumble towards the finish line after failing to win again. Outgoing champions Dundalk kept the pressure on as they hit 10 man