Rosemount Mulvey pick up FAI Club Mark award

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Rosemount Mulvey pick up FAI Club Mark award

Rosemount Mulvey are the latest club to achieve the FAI Club Mark Entry Level award, a credit to the impressive volunteer culture at the club.
27th Oct 2022

The club, located in the Dundrum Area of Dublin, has a fantastic grassroots ethos which is based around community involvement and being socially inclusive.

The club has two senior men's teams, one senior women's, 12 underage boys and seven underage girls' teams which sees the club take in a huge amount of players each week.

Currently, the club has 266 junior players registered made up of 100 girls and 166 boys, as well an Academy with an average attendance of 70 children, with a female only Academy on Sunday also active and enjoying a rise in participation.

In 2022, RMFC saw the players they registered with the DDSL rise by 41% which is a credit to their impressive underage structure with talented coaches and dedicated club officials.

As well as impressive participation, the club have had consistent success on the pitch, with last six years has brought home two League wins and four Cups for the men’s team, one League win for the women’s team and one league win for the U13 boys’ team, who also picked up the Shield in the same year.

Former Ireland and League of Ireland Footballer Richie Baker is the Director of Football has seen the club benefit from his wealth of experience and expertise. Baker has been able to mentor young coaches at the club which has in turn helped the club develop talented young players.

"Delighted to see Rosemount Mulvey become the latest club to achieve an FAI Club Mark Entry level award," said FAI Development Officer Thomas Morgan.

"An incredible amount of hard work goes on at the club and the incredible numbers in their underage section is a testament to that.

"They're a club which gives a fine example of what a strong volunteer base can do which the club depends on and to have the experience of someone like Richie Baker involved in the club is a huge bonus."