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St Pats CY FC

Harding IFFC Senior Football Team

IFFC Over 35s

Liffey Wanderers FC

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The new Minifootnall Association of Ireland 6 a side team was established in Irishtown/Ringsend Dublin 4, to train and compete for Ireland in international competition.  Set up to take the best small sided soccer players in the country, and prepare them to compete at the highest level, the team trains bi-weekly now at the National Sports Campus, with some of the best trained coaches in the country with added advice from seasoned players in our top leagues.   The programme for the team is to compete in 4 friendlies each year, and any and all internation EMF and WMF competitions.

The team will represent Ireland at the upcoming MiniEuros in Kiev, Ukraine from the 12th August to the 18th August 2018, with friendlies against England on the 7th July 2018 and one other international teams during the year.

As there is no funding for this sport, we rely fully on donations, fund raising and sponsorship.   All players and staff give their time for free, but some of the players and management also cover their own costs to compete.

Peter McVerry trust was established in 1983 by Fr Peter McVerry to tackle homelessness, drug misuse and social disadvantage. Since then it has supported thousands of young people on the margins of Irish society. It is committed to the principles of a Housing First approach.
Slatterys and set out to raise €10,000 for this great charity through events up in Beggars Bush, and over teh Christmas raised thousands.   We trust that we can reach this by August.   Should you want to help us top this up, please do so by donating on this page.

PeterMcVerryTrust aims to provide as much money as possible to the local area, and local area resources.
One of our proud achievements is to strike up a relationship with the YMCA, who provide us with  pitches in return for payments that ultmately go towards local projects such as the youth initiatives, and youth cafe.
As a goal, we look to ensure that as much of the team payments as possible go towards local charities and needs, and this process of partnering with charities to use their facilities is one that we would like to continue.


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Socia Soccer International

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The 'Leagues in a Box' project is initiatve by and Give N Go Ltd to expand out the current Socia Sports league internationally.   In conjunction with UEM Real Madrid, our own leagues and some great partners, we are going to develop an on line system to easily set up and manage sports leagues under our rules, and with aims to issue between 20 and 25 percent to local area projects.   The project will also set up a collection of management manuals and training courses.
The cost of this will be over €50,000 to produce all of this, and it will take 2 years to complete, although the main bulk of the work can be complete within 6 months and for a cost of €25,000, which is the software and on site management system.
The current club has raised nearly €500,000 for charity over 9 years.  Imagine what we can do with 10 of these clubs, or 5 clubs in 10 countries!!!!  Well this is teh chance to do it.

The YBIG fund was set up in 2009 by YBIG (You Boys In Green) the number 1 supporter group for the Irish team, to raise funds through the fans for worthy causes.   The current charities selected are HCI (Heart Children Ireland) and APT (Aoibheanns Pink Tie), two charities dealing with serious medical conditions in children.   Damien Duff is the ambassador for HCI, and also an annual soccer tournament run to raise funds for these charities.   For more information, please contact them at



St Patrick’s CYFC if a local Ringsend team that plays in Ringsend Park.  They currently have have two senior teams competing in the Leinster Senior League.  Their 1st team competes in the top Sunday Senior Division while our 2nd team in the Saturday Major Division with their long term plan to develop young players to the senior ranks. They are a well-run, highly respected club in Intermediate and junior soccer they have high ambitions.  Their achievements include winning the F.A.I Junior Cup twice, the Leinster Junior Cup and every domestic honour open to them, and Three seasons ago they reached the Final of the Leinster Senior Cup, one of the most prestigious Cups in Ireland, last year St Patrick’s CYFC qualified for the 1st round of the FAI Senior Cup for the 3rd year running a great achievement for a local club they are the first club in the area to play Senior Division Leinster Senior League Intermediate Football.  Most of their players are in the 17 to 30 age group from around the Ringsend/Irishtown area.

The costs of providing such a significant and professional club are massive, with pitch costs and insurance alone costing in excess of €10,000, but you cant put a price on their achievements and effects on the community.  We are therefore aiming to raise €5,000 for them for this season.

The Ringsend/Irishtown area has undergone a massive regeneration work in the past few years and the club’s aim is to be at the forefront of this plan. The players and the club are currently helping out with young people through the schoolboy system in the area, and helping out in most aspects of volunteer work in the community, including working in partnership with the local drug project RDRD in helping people who have fallen into drug and drink miss use. The club itself is viewed by many as a valuable alternative to drink and drugs for the youth of our area.

Harding IFFC Senior Football Club is a senior men’s club that plays in the UCL (United Churches League) with 2 teams in Division 1 and 3B.   With their home pitch in Ringsend Park, this club offers its members the best experience for an amateur 11 a side player.   Open to any player over the age of 18+, please contact them at .

Requires €4,500 per year for operational needs, playing kit, pitch rental, insurances and equipment.

Harding IFFC over 35s is a senior men’s team that plays in the AFL (Amateur Football League), Saturday.   With its home pitch in Irishtown Stadium, and one of the best all weather pitches, this club offers its members the best experience for an amateur 11 a side player.   Open to any player over the age of 34, please contact us at

Requires €2,500 per year for operational needs, playing kit, pitch rental, insurances and equipment.

Liffey Wanderers FC
[Details to be added] has decided to promote the concept of the instalation of many AED units in the Ringsend area so that it is the first area in Ireland that has full access at al time to this life saving equipment.  We propose to introduce advertising units with AEDs integrated into them.   Local companies will be invited to lease these for three years, which will cover teh cost of the unit and the training of 10 people.   As technology improves, we will update these.
We will start with the provision of 2 AEDs in the Dublin 4 area, along with training for 20 people.  This will be followed up by more instaltions in the future.