Waterford announce Noel Hunt

  Waterford FC are delighted to confirm the signing of Noel Hunt. Waterford-native Hunt joins the club as player/assistant-manager. Hunt will be no stranger to Blues' fans having played at the RSC in the early 2000's before going on to represent the Republic of Ireland senior international side and play in the

Alan Reynolds: “Limerick will prove another challenge for us too. We’ve beaten them once already away from home but they’ll come here looking for a win and we have to be ready for that.”

  Waterford FC will look to get back to winning ways this Friday against Limerick at the RSC after consecutive draws on the road in the past week. Since the last home match two weeks ago, the Blues have drawn with Shamrock Rovers, before a late concession on Monday against Bray Wanderers

Dundalk ease past Derry City in the Brandywell as Waterford drop points to Bray Wanderers

    Derry City suffered their first defeat tonight in the new Brandywell as former manager Stephen Kenny and his Dundalk side eased to a 4-1 victory. Goals from Michael Duffy, Brian Gartland, Krisztian Adorjan and Robbie Benson helped Dundalk to victory after Darren Cole put Derry City ahead. Waterford's title challenge took a

Alan Reynolds: “It just goes to show how far we’ve come when we are disappointed leaving Tallaght with a point.”

  Waterford FC are back in Premier Division action this Monday when they face Bray Wanderers in the Carlisle Grounds in a fixture that's been postponed twice this season already. Both postponements were due to snow, but the Blues did pick up all three points when the sides met last month in the RSC. Faysel