Limerick FC News

November 7, 2018

Limerick FC U20 Trials
Limerick FC will be holding trials for U20 players anyone interested in taking part should contact the club immediately by email on
Airtricity League Preview Limerick FC V Mervue Utd
Limerick FC play their next game away to Cork City in the League Cup on Tuesday night May 11th KO 7.45pm in Turners Cross. Limerick FC play their next home game in the Airtricity League against Mervue Utd on Friday May 14th KO 7.45pm in Jackman Park. Gates open at 6.30pm. Limerick FC are currently joint 3rd in the table and with a victory this Friday the super blues can go third on their own. Pat Scully said ‘We have a lot of games at the moment with League Cup, Munster Senior Cup and Airtricity League games but we are coping well. I was very happy with our defense against Athlone Town and we can continue to perform well if we stick together and do our jobs as we have been doing and play to the final whistle as we did against Athlone Town’ Many Thanks to our game night sponsors for the Mervue Utd game this weekend Yanjing beer. Yanjing beer fight night takes place on Saturday night May 15th with Andy Lee heading up the card in the UL Arena. The boxers will be present at the Limerick FC home game on Friday night in Jackman Park. Tickets for the fight are available from Limerick FC on 061324563.
Limerick FC continue to run a Free bus from:

  • Foynes (Shannon House 6pm)
  • Shanagolden (The Old Stand 6.10pm)
  • Askeaton (Arena Supermarket 6.20pm)
  • Kilcornan (The Coach Inn 6.25pm)
  • Kildimo (Food Court 6.35pm)
  • Clarina (Petrol Station 6.40pm)

Details on or email and Tel: 061 324563 

Airtricity League Review – Athlone Town 1 Limerick FC 3
Two injury time goals ensured that Limerick FC claimed a thoroughly deserved victory against an Athlone Town team which they dominated from start to finish at Lissywollen on Saturday evening.

Limerick made the trip up to Athlone full of confidence and cheered on by a large travelling support having won three of their last four games and it was clear from early on that they would be the only team playing any football on the day as despite being at home Athlone sat back happy to settle for a point only committing numbers into Limericks half of the field on the rare occasions when they won a set piece. Limerick dominated possession throughout the half but had trouble breaking down the blanket defence Stephen Hickey coming closest for the Blues. However despite a half of near total domination, incredibly it was Limerick who would go in behind at half time as two minutes before the interval an Athlone corner was swung towards the near post and hit several legs before finding its way to the net, a shocked Dave Ryan in the Limerick goal retrieving the ball from the back of a net which he had barely had to defend for the opening 43 minutes.

The second half began with the introduction of new Limerick signing Willie John Boland and this together with the shock of going behind stirred the Blues into a fresh assault on the Athlone goal and two minutes into the half they had their just reward with Declan Cahill planting a header past the rooted Chris Bennion for his second goal in as many games. There was disappointment for Limerick eight minutes later however, when Willie Boland’s debut was ended by what the club have confirmed is only a minor back injury. Boland had however shown enough in his brief spell on the pitch to show he could be a crucial piece of Pat Scully’s promotion chasing jigsaw. Despite this setback Limerick continued to utterly dominate proceedings with Athlone, despite being the home side, content to run the ball into the corners and give their defence a breather on the rare occasions they gained possession. And for a long time it looked as if this would be enough to gain them an undeserved point as Limerick just couldn’t find a breakthrough. But then, in the first minute of stoppage time, Limerick won a corner on the left hand side of the area and Martin Deady’s expert delivery was met by Jeffrey Judge who hammered his header into the roof of the Athlone net. Cue pandemonium in the stands as nearly the entire Limerick team ran over to celebrate with their ecstatic fans. Two minutes later things got even better for Limerick as Daryl Kavanagh beat his marker before coolly firing the ball past Chris Bennion from just inside the box to give Limerick the two goal victory which was the least their dominance deserved.

So four wins out of five for Limerick FC and victory at home to Mervue next week will set them up nicely for the long trip to The Brandywell the following week to take on high flying Derry City.

Limerick FC: Dave Ryan, Sean Kelly, Declan Cahill, Paddy Purcell, Martin Deady, Shane Treacy, Peter White, Jeffrey Judge, Daryl Kavanagh, John Tierney, Stephen Hickey.

Subs: Boland for White, Lyons for Boland, Stanley for Cahill
LFC Academy 
Limerick FC Academy are available to bring coaches out to any club for Weekday or Weekend sessions. Limerick FC Academy Coaches are also available for Functions or Birthday Parties as Required. For information on all Limerick FC summer camps which will take place in a number of venues across the Midwest or if you’d like to book a place for your child then you can contact the Academy on 061-324563 or by emailing  Keep up to date with all the news from the club by logging on to

Limerick FC Commercial Opportunities
Limerick FC are currently looking for sponsors for the new season. Limerick FC have a range of sponsorship opportunities ranging from Matchday, Programs, Pitchside Signs, Player Sponsorship up to Team sponsorships including Senior, U20’s and our Academy. There are many more ways to get involved in supporting your club for details please contact the club or the commercial manager on 0857694324.

Limerick FC Fundraisers
To play the Limerick FC Lotto, log onto, follow the link to the clubs pages and select 4 numbers from 1 to 36.  The cost is just €2 per week and you can sign up from as little as 10 weeks or up to the full year. Anybody who matches the four numbers drawn each week wins or shares in the Jackpot which will have a minimum of €2,300 guaranteed this week. The next draw will take place @ 8pm on Thursday night . If there is no Jackpot winner on the night, there will be 4 tickets drawn at random for €25 each. Tickets cost €2.00 each.

For full details on all club fundraisers, sponsorship opportunities, club shop, upcoming fixtures and season ticket prices log onto

Jobs at Limerick FC
Limerick FC are currently looking for Lotto sellers on a commission basis.

Full details of the following are available on or by contacting Limerick FC office on 061 324563 or email

Season Ticket/Match Ticket Prices 2010
Limerick FC have reduced their General Admission/Season Ticket Prices for the season.

  • Adult Stand €12
  • Student Stand €10
  • OAP/U16 €6


  • Adult Terrace €10
  • Student Terrace €7
  • OAP/U16 €5
  • U12 Free with Adult

(All Season tickets include Club Membership worth €20)
Tickets available online on or contact 061324563.

For any further Press details please contact – Joe Sweeney Media Officer Limerick FC on 0857694324 or