A scholarship scheme within Colleges and universities nationwide, targeted at developing future grassroots football administrators and increasing participation levels on campus, has been launched by the FAI.
The Dublin City University freshers’ football team and DCU Karate Club shared Team of the Year honours at the Clubs and Societies Awards in Clontarf Castle on Thursday, April 6th. The event, which is hosted
Dublin City University 8 Royal College of Surgeons 0 Collingwood Cup first round Dublin City University 3 NUI Galway 2 AET Collingwood Cup quarter-final Dublin City University 1 University College Cork 2 Collingwood Cup semi-final
Dublin City University 2 University College Cork 1 AET Harding Cup final Dublin City University 0 University College Cork 1 CUFL Premier Division semi-final It was a week of mixed fortunes for football in DCU.
Institute of Technology Carlow 3 Dublin City University 4 CUFL Premier Division quarter-final Luke Kelly’s 90th minute penalty gave Dublin City University a 4-3 win over reigning champions IT Carlow on Wednesday, February 1st.
Football, for more than a century-and-a-half, has been the game of the masses. The working man’s leisure. That, though, is precisely the biggest institutional problem the game faces and has always faced. It has been
Dundalk Institute of Technology 1 Dublin City University 2 Colleges and Universities Football League Premier Division A dominant second half display from Dublin City University earned a win over Dundalk Institute of Technology at Oriel
Dublin City University 3 Maynooth University 6 Colleges and Universities Football League Premier Division St. Patrick’s Athletic’s Jack Bayly’s first half brace played a pivotal role for Maynooth University as DCU were handed their first
The 2016/17 Third Level Football season was officially launched on Wednesday afternoon, September 21st at the FAI’s Abbotstown headquarters. The conference included representatives from all 50 participating institutions in the second year the launch has
A problem that has hindered the growth of football in Ireland since the foundation of the state is the lack of media attention and public funding it receives in comparison to Gaelic games, despite being
The sports year in Dublin City University concluded this past week as The College View defeated DCUfm 10-4 in the Seventh Annual Bill O’Herlihy Memorial Cup, but the jubilation on the faces of your favourite
Collingwood Cup quarter-final DCU 0-1 Trinity College Dublin City University’s senior football team suffered a quarter-final exit in the Collingwood Cup for the second successive year, as they went down 1-0 to a ten-man Dublin
This past week, Shelbourne Ladies’ captain and DCU student Caolán Carroll spoke to The College View about the growth of women’s football in Ireland and abroad, the varying fortunes of Shels in the women’s game