With just 12 match weeks left to play in the Premier League this season, many fans will be looking back at a unique season of football.
DCU student and Shelbourne star Kate Mooney achieved the goal of a lifetime earlier this year – scoring 30 goals, in just 7 games.
Arsenal’s 3-0 victory over Dundalk seems facile on paper, however It was anything but for the Gunners.
The Premier League returned to action today, June 17, after a lengthy delay of the season since early March due to the Covid-19 global pandemic.
DCU Student Lynn Craven was among the successful Wexford Youths ladies team that ran out victors in the FAI Cup Final against Peamount United in the Aviva Stadium.
DCU and Shelbourne star Kate Mooney believes DCU can go a step further than previous years, and compete with some of the top college sides in the country, such as Carlow IT, or Maynooth.
DCU’s soccer team have continued to be a competitive force in Ireland this year.
DCU student Ross Taheny has been nominated for Colleges and Universities International Third Level Football Player of the Year.
DCU hosted the Harding Cup for the first time in the competition’s history last weekend.
Shelbourne FC will bare the logo of DCU on their jerseys next season as the League of Ireland First Division side have announced a partnership with the university.
Gavin Kearney missed out on DCU’s penalties loss to UCD in the CUFL Division One Semi-Finals due to a concussion.
DCU Soccer manager Declan Roche was full of praise for his players after falling to eventual winners UCD in the Collingwood Cup semi-finals.
DCU soccer manager Declan Roche is targeting a first Collingwood Cup victory for the university in the upcoming showpiece tournament.
DCU are set to host the 2018 Rustlers Irish Universities Football Union Harding Cup for the first time in the college’s history.
DCU 2 UL 1 College & Universities Football League Premier Division quarter-final An 87th minute winner from Alan O’Sullivan saw DCU overcome UL in their CUFL Division One quarter-final match in St. Claire’s on Wednesday afternoon.
DCU 3 NUIM 4 CUFL Women’s Premier Division North
The Republic of Ireland’s Colleges and Universities side received their first caps in their history at a special event during the FAI Cup Finals day last Sunday.