FAI announce John Delaney’s resignation

  The Board of the Football Association of Ireland announces the resignation with immediate effect of Executive Vice-President and former CEO John Delaney.  This follows talks between the parties. The FAI will fulfil certain notice and pension obligations as agreed between the parties. Mr. Delaney served as CEO of the FAI from

John Delaney steps aside voluntarily from his new role with FAI

  The Board of the Football Association of Ireland met in Dublin today. Following that meeting, the sub-committee of the Board met with Executive Vice-President John Delaney. John Delaney has offered to voluntarily step aside from carrying out his role as Executive Vice-President with immediate effect pending the completion of an independent

FAI Statement on letter from sport Ireland

  The Football Association of Ireland confirms that a reply has been sent to John Treacy, CEO of Sport Ireland, in relation to a letter received on behalf of Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross on Tuesday. The FAI has answered all queries raised in the letter from Mr Treacy and looks forward to

Dublin selected as city to host the Euro 2020 draw

Dublin has been selected to host the live televised UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying draw, which will take place in December 2018. UEFA selected Ireland as the venue for this event, to be held in the Convention Centre Dublin, following an invitation to bid issued to the host cities of this unique

John Delaney releases statement on the OCI Ticketing scandal

FAI CEO John Delaney has released a statement on the official FAI website about the OCI Ticketing situation. Full statement is below - .................................. Many members of the football family have asked me in recent weeks to talk publicly about my role as the FAI’s volunteer representative on the OCI’s Executive Committee and

Former Republic of Ireland internationals join FAI coaching set-up

The Football Association of Ireland are delighted to confirm that five ex-Republic of Ireland players have joined the international coaching set-up. Damien Duff, Kenny Cunningham, Mark Kinsella, Keith Andrews and Stephen McPhail will all link up with FAI High Performance Director Ruud Dokter to help with the coaching of the next