After our AUL and schoolboys teams returned to action over the last two weekends, this Sunday sees the return of the schoolgirls section.
The interest during the summer in signing up to play has been fantastic. We now have teams at almost every age group. Most of the games are at home this Sunday so drop down to Seagrange Road or Racecourse Park on Sunday morning to support the girls.
(Players please check with coach for any changes to KO times or venues) ... See MoreSee Less
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An enjoyable game of football took place between our under 15 girls and @Linfieldladiesfcyouthacademy , our guests from Northern Ireland. The game was played in a very sporting manner with both teams showing some great skills and showcasing all that is good about the women's game in Ireland, North and South. Baldoyle Utd started very strongly and took the lead through Nicole Haas on the quarter hour. The visitors then took control and took the lead themselves 10 mins later with two quickfire goals. Linfield Fc added a third right on half time to give them a 2 goal cushion that their play deserved. Baldoyle utd started the 2nd half strongly and threatened the linfield goal a couple of times, but our northern guests were clinical in front of goal and punished the Baldoyle defence on 52 mins to extend the lead to 4-1. An injury to Laura Reid led to a break in play for 5 mins. Erin Kimmage then reacted quickest to pull a goal back for Baldoyle Utd but it would be Linfield FC who would have the final say in the game as they added a 5th goal with 10 mins to go. We were delighted to welcome Linfield to Baldoyle and look forward to renewing our friendship soon. Best wishes to Laura Reid who was taken to hospital after the game. We hope you make a speedy recovery. ... See MoreSee Less
Baldoyle Utd's AUL Premier A side made it maximum points from their first two starts with a 5-1 win over Real Transylvania. Goals from Keith Lally, Ian Crowe, Sean Duffy and Jay Sheehan gave the lads victory in the AUL Complex on Sunday morning..
It was another fine performance with 16 members of the squad getting a run out. A great start to the season and something the team can build on in the coming weeks. ... See MoreSee Less
MATCH REPORT: U14A CUP Qtr Final - MAYNOOTH 0 BALDOYLE UTD 2
Great win for the U14s in the Cup. Thanks to Baldoyle Utd player Conor Fitzpatrick for the report.
(If you have any match reports or pics from this weekend then e mail them to: email@example.com or WhatsApp to 086 023 1420.)
Report: On a lovely evening in Maynooth, Baldoyle u14a went out onto the pitch looking to book their place in the semi-finals of the Brendan McKenna cup.
The visitors got off to an excellent start with Kyle Caffrey hitting the back of the net after he took it around the keeper to give Baldoyle the lead. Maynooth however had a few chances, with one of them producing a top corner save from Baldoyle keeper Conor Fitzpatrick.
Baldoyle went into the second half knowing that one goal wasn't enough, and late on in the second half, Sean Cullen popped up with the goal that secured our semi-final place Well done to all the lads and the coaches Paul and Frank.
Well done Mark Tierney, Gerry Reddy and team.While playing for our U14s this morning Matthew Kenny got an accidental nasty injury which resulted in the game being abandoned Matthew is now recovering in hospital and on behalf of everyone associated with the club we wish him a speedy recovery We’d like to extend our thanks to our opposition Baldoyle Utd management team and players for their help, understanding and well wishes Get Well Soon Matthew Your pals look forward to seeing you back real soon 💛🖤 ... See MoreSee Less
BALDOYLE U9S WIN SHIELD AT KELLS BLACKWATER FC TOURNAMENT
Congratulations to Tony Alves's Under 9 team that competed in the Kells Blackwater FC tournament at the weekend. The young lads played some lovely football over seven matches taking the Shield trophy back to Baldoyle.
The boys had a great time competing with 20 teams in their age group with fine performances from everyone on this fast developing side. Man of the match in the final was Ethan Tansey.
Fingal CC's Festival of Football for girls took place in the AUL Clonshaugh on Sat 18th August. 3 of our teams took part, the Under 12s, Under 13s and our new Under 10 team. The day was a great success and thanks to Fingal County Council for organising. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Mark Nutley and Stephen Finn who were selected to represent the North Dublin Schoolboy League in the prestigious Galway Cup last week. The boys helped the NDSL U12s to the final in the four day tournament beating Finn Harps, Mervue Utd and drawing with Carlow League along the way. The NDSL were beaten by a very strong Leixlip Utd in the final. The Galway Cup is hosted at Salthill Devon FC's excellent facilities and rated as one of the top schoolboy tournaments in Europe.
It was a great experience for the boys who are among quite a number of Baldoyle United players recently selected by the NDSL at different age groups. It's a great acknowledgment of the hard work being done to develop players at the club. Congratulations also to their coaches who have helped them develop to this stage at Baldoyle. www.galwaycup.com... See MoreSee Less
We are setting up a new Girls U10 team and invite all girls who would like to play, and were born in 2009, 2010 & 2011, to come along to the clubhouse on Saturday morning at 11am for the first training session. Please share this among your friends. ... See MoreSee Less
Its that time of the year again, so pick your team and enter the Baldoyle Utd Fantasy Premier League . Go to fantasy.premierleague.com/ pick your team, click on Leagues, then click Join a League and enter the code 2779102-633292 and you are in. ... See MoreSee Less
Well done to our u14 Premier side who came 3rd in the Topflight Dublin Cup at the weekend.
The lads beat 2 DDSL teams in the group stage, St Josephs Boys 2-1 (Conor Gibney 2) and then Belvedere 5-0 (Adam Hickey 2, Conor Gibney & Adam Lynch 2), before succumbing to the Scottish team Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3-1 (og). In the 3rd/4th place playoff they beat the DDSL U13 representative team 2-1 (Conor Gibney & Aaron Hughes) to finish the weekend in the bronze medal position. Congratulations to the players and Mark and Gerry on a great weekend. ... See MoreSee Less
Our U14 Prem side had a great day at the Topflight Dublin Cup Day 2 today. Firstly they beat the 2nd DDSL team in their group, Belvedere, 5-0 before taking on the other team with a 100% record in the group Scottish giants Inverness Caledonian Thistle. Unfortunately a few injuries caught up on the lads and they were on the wrong end of a 3-1 scoreline. They now play the DDSL U13 representative team in the 3rd/4th place playoff on Sunday in the AUL on Clonshaugh Rd with a 1.15pm ko time. This has been a fantastic tournament for the team who have outshone their DDSL opponents. Here are some photos from their game v Inverness Caledonian Thistle. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to St Patrick's Athletic for giving one of our Under 8 teams an opportunity to play at half-time in the League of Ireland game between St Pats and Bray. Most of the team are only 6 but developing fast under their coaches. The boys had a great night.
Thanks to Leah Russell and Gerard Corcoran for the fab photos. ... See MoreSee Less
Great start to the Topflight Dublin Cup for our U14P team as they beat DDSL side St Joseph Boys 2-1 with Conor Gibney grabbing both goals. Next up for the lads are Belvedere at 11am on sat morning followed by a glamour tie against todays other winning team in the group, the U14 team from Scottish Premier Club Inverness Caledonian Thistle. The games take place in the AUL Complex on Clonshaugh Rd so head along and support the lads if you can. ... See MoreSee Less
Our AUL Saturday (Div 1) team is looking for a goalkeeper ahead of the 2018/19 season. The club has top training facilities with our own astro and private grass pitch. This season the team will be aiming to build on last year's good performances and challange for the league title.