UCD are delighted to announce the signing of Conor Davis from Reading FC.
Conor joins the club having spent the last four years with Reading FC, and is also a former Irish under age international.
A skilful front man, with excellent hold up play, Conor looks like he will give Collie O'Neill
League One side Oxford United have announced a pre season tour of Ireland where they will play three games.
On Monday 9th July they will play Portmarnock AFC 24 hours later, on Tuesday 10th, Karl Robinson’s squad will travel out of the capital and head for Longford Town of the Airtricity
After a trip to the Midlands to play Athlone Town in the Leinster Senior Cup on Monday last, attention returns to league action on Friday, when Shelbourne will welcome UCD to Tolka Park for their second meeting of the season in the SSE Airtricity League First Division. Kick-off at the
Georgie Kelly is to move to Dundalk when the transfer window opens in July.
The young Donegal native made three league appearances for Derry in the 2015 season before departing the Brandywell for a soccer scholarship at UCD. After a decent first season he came to life for College last term,
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
SSE Airtricity U19 Champions UCD AFC will face Molde FK of Norway in the first-round of the UEFA Youth League.
The Students have qualified for the UEFA Youth League through the Domestic Champions path after they won the SSE Airtricity U19 League last season through a 4-1 win over Galway United
Students snatch all three points in spectacular fashion as Hanrahan hits a top class effort worthy of winning any game
The home side, looking to avenge a heavy defeat by the students at the start of March, made 10 changes to the side that were defeated last time out in
Tonight will see the start to competitive action for the 2017 Season as we host Drogheda United in the Leinster Senior Cup. Kick off in the UCD Bowl is 7.45pm. Ahead of the new season, Collie O'Neill is looking to develop the next generation of UCD players and has added
Conor Sammon has signed for Kilmarnock for the rest of the season from Hearts in the Scottish Premiership.
Sammon has nine caps for Ireland and also featured for UCD & Derry City before making a move across to Scotland to sign for Kilmarnock in 2008.
The Dubliner had a phenomenal record at
UCD manager Colin O'Neill has admitted the pressure is on as the SSE Airtricity League First Division reaches an exciting climax.
The Students are one of three sides fighting for one of two play-off spots in the First Division with second-placed Drogheda United and fourth-placed Cobh Ramblers also in the promotion