The FAI has pushed back its AGM from the originally scheduled date of July 25th in Galway to September. Continue reading
The Mazars Report into financial and governance issues at the FAI has been passed for consideration to the Office of the Director for Corporate enforcement and an Garda Síochána. Continue reading
A Mix of Grant and Loan support for national associations has been approved by FIFA as bart of an overall $1.5 Billion relief plan for football around the world. Continue reading
High Court papers have been lodged on behalf of the FAI over matters relating to Deloitte’s handling of the audit of the Association in the later years of its 23 year relationship.
The FAI is in a sharp spotlight over the awarding of a contract on medical testing of players for COVID-19 and the rejection last night of the latest return to play plan for SSE Airtricity league clubs. Continue reading
Big questions on and off the field for football but this statement from the FAI board is important in keeping all the stakeholders involved in football, or at least the majority of them, onside.
FAI Communications Director Cathal Dervan conducted an interview with Niall Quinn at Abbotstown yesterday, using the FAI’s own channels of communication and avoiding having to bring media together during a time of social distancing. Continue reading
The Senior Council of the Football Association of Ireland today voted strongly in favour of accepting a new funding proposal as proposed by the Board of the FAI. Continue reading
The deal has been done and football has been saved. That was the positive message coming out yesterday after a package of support from Government, UEFA and the Bank of Ireland was agreed. Here are all the details you need to know to be informed.
UEFA has accepted the resignation of John Delaney from his position as a member of its Executive Committee. Continue reading