The draw for the EA Sports Cup semi finals took place today and it has come out with some entertaining match ups. Shamrock Rovers v Cork City (Tallaght Stadium) Galway United v Dundalk (Eamonn Deacy Park) The fixtures are scheduled in for Monday August 7th. More information to follow.
Galway United have announced the news that Ryan Connolly and Colm Horgan have signed new deals with the club. Both players were voted into the 2014 First Division team of the year. They are players that have certainly helped progress Galway United and will be a key feature in the final day
Galway United's Jake Keegan is officially the highest scorer in the league from open play with 12 goals. Yes, Dundalk's Richie Towell is top of the charts with 15 goals but 4 scored were penatlty kicks. It is a great return from the young American striker who at this rate must be
Galway United have launched their limited edition EA Sports Cup final kit. The jerseys will go on sale from Elvery Sports on the Headford Road in Galway from this Thursday, Galway United supporters will also be able to purchase online at elverys.ie and at Saturday’s Cup final at Eamonn Deacy Park. There are
Galway United are currently recruiting a Manager for their U19 team. The role will start in August 2015. It is expected that you have or currently are studying for your UEFA ‘A’ badge qualification. CV’s should be sent to email@example.com. The closing date for applications is Monday, 8th June 2015.
Limerick manager Martin Russell says his side “need to be more ruthless” at both ends of the pitch when they continue their search for a first win of the season against Galway United at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night (kick-off 7.45pm). The Shannonsiders have taken three points, through three draws,
The draw was done today in the FAI Headquarters for the EA Sports Cup 1/4 which will take place on May 18th & 19th 2015, with each match going to extra-time and penalties if needed. The draw is as follows: Cork City FC -v- St Patrick's Athletic Galway United -v- Bohemian FC UCC -v-
Bohemians welcome Galway United as their first visitors in the league campaign and manager Keith Long is “under no illusions” his team faces a “big test”. But with a 3-0 away win last weekend in Limerick followed by a 3-0 home win over Athlone Town in the EA Sports Cup on
In their first full season back in the League of Ireland, Galway won promotion to the Premier Division through the relegation/promotion play-off by defeating UCD in a two legged affair. A third place finish in the league won Galway the right to overcome 2nd placed Shelbourne and then take on UCD who finished
(Picture credit: www.galwayunited.ie) Galway United has announced the signing of Sam Oji. Oji, 29, spent the last year and a half in Munster playing for Limerick FC. Oji will bring some much needed strength and physicality to Galway United’s back line. Commenting shortly after signing his contract, Oji expressed his delight at finally sorting