The U14A team were unlucky to lose out against a determined Kilbarrack Utd side. A single goal gave the visitors the three points but Paul Fitzpatrick's side will rue a couple of chances that could have swung the game their way. Early days in this league and there is no doubt that this side can be in the running for top spot come November. ... See MoreSee Less
Baldoyle Utd ran out 6-1 winners in the First Challenge Cup with goals from Sean Duffy (2), Panch Murphy (2) ,Mikey Behan and David Lally. Apart from a great performance the future is bright for this squad as seven of the team are still under 20. Keep it going lads! ... See MoreSee Less
On Wednesday night the club was honoured to host the Eastern region launch of the FAI's Glow in the Dark football. Played in the dark with special lighting Glow Football is a fun activity aimed at encouraging young girls to get involved in football.
Supported by Fingal County Council there were representatives from the FAI including Sue Ronan and Women's Senior team manager Colin Bell. Fingal County Mayor Mary McCamley opened the night and our own Chairman Dermot Penrose also said a few words. Local public representatives including Minister Richard Bruton, Cian O'Callaghan, Daire Ni Laoi and Sean Haughey TD also called in to see the girls in action.
Marion Brown and other senior Fingal County Council officials were on hand to see what everyone agreed was a super initiative and just great fun!
We were also delighted to see our own Kate Mooney (Shelbourne & Ireland U19s) drop in to support the girls. Special thanks to Sharon Boyle who organised the night (including the sandwiches and biscuits!) with a bit of help from our own Justin Reilly. ... See MoreSee Less
REPORT: BALDOYLE U10S CONTINUE GOOD PERFORMANCES AT LUSK
Baldoyle Utd U10 continued their good start to the season with a win away to Lusk this morning. There were plenty of goals and another good performance from the lads including a penalty save. Well done all.
Good luck to Baldoyle United keeper Ernest Lemantovic who has been selected to represent the AUL squad in the FAI Oscar Traynor Trophy game v Clare & District Soccer Leagues. The game kicks off at 2pm Sunday in Ennis. Good Luck Ernie and the entire AUL squad!
UPDATE - 10 man AUL lost 1-0 to a last minute winner from Clare. ... See MoreSee Less
The U8B team in their new Jerseys sponsored by Grange Builders Providers . Our U12P team have also received new Jerseys courtesy of Grange Builders Providers and will wear them for the first time on Sunday. Thanks to Grange Homevalue and all of our team sponsors for their support.
Baldoyle Utd currently field 25 boys teams, 4 girls teams and 2 Senior teams. We rely entirely on members subscriptions, our weekly lotto, and various fundraising events throughout the year to continue to provide for the sporting and social wellbeing of over 400 people each week. Without the help of kind sponsors like Grange Builders Providers we could not manage this.
If you would like to help the club and sponsor one of our teams please message us or contact Dermot on 0876491349 ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to Grange Builders Providers for sponsoring new kit for our U8B team managed by Ugur Koker and John McCartney. The team celebrated their new sponsors with fine wins over local rivals Malahide Utd at Malahide Castle today. ... See MoreSee Less
CALLING ALL 13-18 YEAR OLDS - ⚽ LATE NIGHT FOOTBALL LEAGUE STARTS FRIDAY ⚽
The Late Night League returns this THIS FRIDAY (13 April) and for the following 3 Fridays. Open to everyone (no need to be a club member). Just get 6-7 mates together to make a team and drop down to Baldoyle United clubhouse astro on Friday at 7.30pm, just €2 per player each night..
Great fun for players of all abilities. Run by Fingal County Council, An Garda Síochána and the FAI. ... See MoreSee Less
AUL video of goals from last Sundays' Cup game. Thanks to Justin Burke for the video: ... See MoreSee Less
All the Goals from this mornings Leinster Football Association Junior Cup Quarter Final between Baldoyle Utd v Cherry Orchard-Seniors !! 8 Goals, a saved penalty & a very entertaining cup tie. Cherry ...
Baldoyle Utd were unlucky to lose out in Extra Time to Cherry Orchard in the quarter final of the Leinster Junior Cup. A storming Baldoyle comeback from 3-1 down forced extra time but 2 goals in the second half of extra time saw the visitors go through 5-3.
An early penalty from Kevin Farrell saw Mark Cromwell and Rob Ranson's Baldoyle side take a well deserved lead. However another penalty conceded saw the sides go in level at half time despite the Baldoyle lads having the better of the half.
Two goals from Cherry Orchard looked to have clinched the tie but a fine comeback showed the character and skill that Baldoyle Utd have. A Baldoyle free kck ended up in the Cherries net before Al Courtney equalised with 8 minutes left to make it 3-3 and spark celebrations from the superb Baldoyle support.
With minutes left a top class run from the back from Eoin Lesson saw him fouled in the box and a penalty to Baldoyle. A super save from Cherry Orchard keeper Mark Harrington saw the cracking tie go to extra time.
Two late goals in the second half of extra time saw Cherry Orchard go through. A fine Cup run by Baldoyle Utd and unlucky to lose out after such a great comeback.
Baldoyle Utd were unlucky to lose out in Extra Time to Cherry Orchard in the quarter final of the Leinster Junior Cup. A storming Baldoyle comeback from 3-1 down forced extra time but 2 goals in the...
Our AUL Premier A team need all your support as they attempt to continue their fantastic run in the Leinster Junior Cup. Mark Cromwell's team take on Cherry Orchard in the last eight of the competition. Drop down to the clubhouse for what should be a great game. Kick off 11am SUNDAY (8 April) at Baldoyle Utd clubhouse pitch Brookstone Road. ... See MoreSee Less
Pick up a copy of the current (Easter) Northside People. It features an article on the recent Glo Football hosted at Baldoyle United and organised by the FAI and Fingal Council. The FAI will be formally launching Glo Football in Baldoyle in April. ... See MoreSee Less
Once again Kate Mooney has been selected for the Ireland U19s who host the Elite Phase qualification group in Cork next week. At just €5 entry for adults and free for kids lets hope for a big crowd to cheer the team on. Best of luck to Kate and the team. ... See MoreSee Less
Former Baldoyle Utd player Kate Mooney made her mark in the WNL last week by scoring both of Shelbournes goals in their 1-2 win over Galway Utd in Deasy Pk. A 72nd minute substitute with the score at 0-0, Kate showed a great poachers instinct for the first goal and real composure with the second finish. The win gives Shelbourne and their new Manager Danny Crowley, also a former Baldoyle Utd player and Coach, their first win in the new season.
40 youngsters took part in Day 1 of the Baldoyle United Easter Camp. Well done to every involved including the coaches who gave up their own time / time off work to run the camp. Looking forward to tomorrow! ... See MoreSee Less
Baldoyle Utd U10’s ran out comfortable winners against Stamullen in the beautiful sunshine on Saturday morning.
A great cross from Dara on the right wing and Eoin headed home to put the away side 1-0 up. It was soon 2-0 with a great chip by Dara. Stamullen had a couple of chances with Oisín making some fine saves to keep them out. There was some more great work down the right wing this time by Eoin who put a low cross in which was met by Ciarán who was unlucky to hit the upright with his shot. More good work by Eoin saw a shot from Callum just over the cross bar. Conall worked tirelessly in the 1st half with some great ball control and was involved in a lot of the play.
The lads started the 2nd half brightly with James making some great tackles at the back, and Dara scored shortly after. Oisín ensured he kept a clean sheet with a good stop by his feet. Callum took a quick throw in down the line to Dara whose first touch was great, he then slotted the ball home to the left of the keeper for his 2nd. Baldoyle were on the scoresheet again when Jamie crossed in for Ciarán to flick the ball home. Alex was solid at the back as always and his partnership with James kept Stamullen out on numerous occasions. Ciarán then took a corner on the left, the ball fell to Jamie whose quick feet applied the finish. Jamie was again involved shortly afterwards when he unselfishly played to the ball in to Cian whose shot went just over. But Cian did get on the scoresheet immediately afterwards. Well done lads.
The U14 Premier team got off to a winning start in their first game of the season. Goals from Jack Carter and Daniel Barry from the spot, after a foul on Ross Tierney saw Mark Tierney and Gerry Reddy's men run out 2-1 winners. The win came against a very strong Ashbourne side who had won both their opening games this season. Good result today lads - Keep it going.
(Sorry there is only 1 pic but after covering 4 matches I was starving for me lunch! - Dave Nutley) ... See MoreSee Less
The U17A team lost out to two late goals to go down 3-1 against a very good Ashbourne Utd team.
A Cian Grassick goal gave Dermot Penrose's team a 1-0 lead but despite some dogged defending, an equalizer and goals in the 89th and 91st minute saw the victory go to the Meath men. ... See MoreSee Less
A big win for Dave Taaffe's team as the U15Bs ran out 5-0 winners against Artane Beaumont. A hat trick from Evan Kelly ⚽⚽⚽ (the second for a Baldoyle player in Racecourse Park this morning!) plus goals from Paul Seery and Liam Burchill. Overall it was a fine team performance that augurs well for the new season. Well done lads! ... See MoreSee Less
Stephen and Marc Penrose's team claimed a fine 3-1 win against a strong Malahide Utd team. A hat-trick from Sam Quilinan ⚽⚽⚽ gave the lads the victory on a fine sunny Sunday morning at Racecourse Park... and No Sam.. you can't keep the ball. We can't afford it!! ... See MoreSee Less
A 3-0 defeat was harsh on the U13A team this morning. The lads had the better of the first half but clear chances were few and far between. Two quick goals in the second half and a penalty gave victory to Swords Celtic. Roll on the next game! ... See MoreSee Less
PICS FROM SPECIAL TRAINING SESSION MONDAY 19 MARCH
Well done the the nearly 50 boys who took part in the special training programme on Monday to raise funds for the U10/11 trip to the Poland tournament. Great to see this type of extra training provided to the players including a special elite session for the 12/13s. Thanks to coaches Tony Alves, Steve McDonald Barry and Eoin Leeson. 👍 ... See MoreSee Less