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Irish FAI Cup

The FAI Cup, known as the FAI Ford Cup for sponsorship reasons, is a knock-out association football competition contested annually by teams from the Republic of Ireland (as well as Derry City from Northern Ireland). Organised by the FAI (Football Association of Ireland), it is of similar format to the FA Cup played in England and the Scottish Cup in Scotland. The competition is currently sponsored by the car manufacturer, Ford. It was known as the Free State Cup from 1923 to 1936. Shamrock Rovers hold the record of most wins with 24.

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Final place in sporting jigsaw about to fall into place
Irish Examiner
The NGB's CEO is Ciaran Gallagher who, over coffee this week, told the Irish Examiner about his organisation's plans to bring a World Cup gymnastics event to the new Indoor Arena as soon as 2017. Paralympics Ireland has already entered a bid to host ...
Jim McGuinness to manage in an Old Firm derby some day? Former Donegal ...
Irish Independent
FORMER DONEGAL boss Jim McGuinness has began the FAI youth cert coaching course which kicked off in Galway last week as the Glenties native continues his role as first-team sports psychologist with Celtic. ... McGuinness began work with the first team ...
League of Ireland First Division fixtures released
Irish Mirror
Last years relegated sides Athlone Town and UCD both face away games to Waterford and Cobh respectively on the opening day, while Shelbourne play at home to last years FAI Cup semi-finalists Finn Harps. The first Dublin derby in the division comes in ...
League of Ireland First Division Fixtures 2015
Pundit Arena
League of Ireland First Division Fixtures 2015 .... Mon. 2 November. First Leg. Fri. 6 November. Second leg. or Wed. 11 November (if one or both of the clubs qualify for the FAI Cup Final). SUNDAY, 8 th NOVEMBER – FAI CUP FINAL – AVIVA STADIUM ...
Páraic Duffy bites back at detractors over 'corporate GAA' jibes
Irish Examiner
“It must be remembered that the GAA does not have the lucrative revenue sources of international competitions, such as World Cups, available to soccer and rugby in Ireland. Equally, the marketing opportunities that such competitions present to the FAI ...
LA Galaxy begin first full week of training | Weekly Schedule
LA Galaxy
Rovers F.C. have won a record 17 League of Ireland titles, 24 Football Association of Ireland Senior Challenge Cups (FAI Cup) and 18 League of Ireland Shields. The LA Galaxy will wrap up preseason competition with a friendly match against the San Jose ...
Long-inspired Avondale eye history making five-in-a-row
Irish Examiner
FAI Intermediate Cup: A Roy Long-inspired Avondale United moved to within three games of an historic five FAI Intermediate Cup titles in-a-row after a deserved 3-1 win over College Corinthians in their fourth round clash at Avondale Park on Saturday.
Remembering the legend of the great Jimmy Dunne
Irish Independent
His entry in the record books is the highest goalscoring return by an Irish player in a top-flight season across the water, an incredible return of 41 goals for Sheffield United in the 1930/'31 campaign. Unfortunately for him, Aston Villa's ... Nobody ...
Today's Sport
Irish Independent
SOCCER. Boys' Schools International Friendly - Republic of Ireland v Australia, Home Farm FC, Whitehall, 2.0. Women's Underage International Friendly - Republic of Ireland v Australia, AUL Complex, 14:15. Greyhound Racing. Youghal. ATHLETICS ..... DBST ...
Ireland video analyst Brian McCarthy departs after 15 years of service
Irish Times
It all seemed to go rather well with Tralee Dynamos winning their first (and last) FAI Youth Cup that year. Scarcely 12 months later he was working for Brian Kerr, then looking to build a network of progressive coaches for the FAI and keen to encourage ...
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