The National League Executive Committee invites expressions of interest from clubs/entities who are not currently members of the League of Ireland who are interested in participating in the League of Ireland First Division season.
Potential new applicant clubs/entities will be assessed across the following criteria: Sporting, Infrastructure / Facilities, Administrative, Legal
The First Division ended on Saturday [bar the play-offs] in much the same way as it has conducted itself all season – in a blaze of goals. The ball hit the net a whopping 23 times in the five games [with every side bar Limerick scoring], for an impressive goals-per-game
Charles Dickens never knew how any of his novels would end when he started them. Due to the high cost of buying a book at the time, his novels were serialised in magazines which had a much more affordable purchase price, even if you added up thetotal cost of the
Things could have worked out so differently for Drogheda United boss Tim Clancy this season. Handed a potentially crippling four-match touchline ban for comments he made about match officials following the “Drogs” FAI Cup exit at home to Waterford FC, many wondered if the wheels would come off the County
Friday night was many things. For starters it was Culture Night, and my daughter Elizabeth was singing at an event in Dublin so I wasn’t able to get out to Bray to see Wanderers take on Limerick in a game we needed to win. Friday was also REM Day [the
Conor Davis story could have so easily been the same as so many promising Irish talents trying to find their way in the English game, struggling for game time, affection and any real sense of belonging in a footballing world dominated by big money signings and cut-throat ruthlessness at underage
Collie O’Neill’s and subsequently UCD AFC’s rise in recent seasons has been a real success story not only for the “Students” but for followers of the First Division. Qualifying for Europe via the UEFA fair play league in 2015, UCD were given little to no chance of even achieving respectability
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
Tonight's League of Ireland results:
Shamrock Rovers 2-5 Dundalk
Cork City 3-0 Waterford
Limerick 1-1 Bohemians
Bray Wanderers 3-1 St Patrick's Athletic
Derry City 0-2 Sligo Rovers
Shelbourne 4-1 Wexford
UCD 3-1 Cobh Ramblers
Finn Harps 4-0 Athlone Town
Drogheda United 2-0 Cabinteely
Longford Town 3-2 Galway United
Galway United host second place Drogheda United at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night.
Shane Keegan's side responded to a harsh loss in Ballybofey with crucial wins against UCD and Cabinteely.
Since losing at the same venue, Drogheda United have won against Athlone Town and Wexford FC.
The two sides come into the