Latest Domestic News

  • Football in Ireland has a rich history dating back to the 19th Century. First introduced to the island of Ireland in the 1860s, football has grown to become the most popular sport in the country,...
  • The Association's structure can best be split into three sections: the FAI Council, The Board of Management and Committees, and the FAI Administration Staff.The FAI Council is made up of 60 members...
  • The draw for the Third Round of the FAI Ford Cup will take place next Monday, May 25 at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin. The draw, which will see the 22 clubs from the League of Ireland Premier and...
  • The line-up for the semi-finals of the 2009 EA Sports Cup was completed tonight as Bohemians prevailed at Wexford Youths and Waterford United scored a fine win over Shamrock Rovers, both by the same...
  • The player pathway is designed to give every person entering the game the chance to go as far as they possibly can within the sport. In order to achieve this the FAI has brought together the many...
  • AIM:To introduce coaches/managers to their role in coaching adult players (17 years plus), and to assist them to prepare, plan and implement functional practices and conditioned games for the 11...
  • UEFA CPD CoursesAs directed by UEFA, all UEFA A and UEFA B licence holders are required to complete 15 hours CPD(Continuous Professional Development) over three years in order to maintain their...
  • This module must be completed as part of the Youth Cert (Level 1), UEFA "B" Licence (Level 2), and Goalkeeping "B" Licence. Each student on these courses should attend one of the dates below.The...
  • Coach Education Re-AssessmentsThe following attachments contain details of FAI Reassessments for 2011. These are offered to coaches who have attended courses in the past 3 years and who wish to be...
  • AIM:The course is designed to assist goalkeeping coaches in the preparation, development and consolidation of the goalkeeper's/team's technical, tactical, mental and physical development as well as...

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