Set up in partnership with FIFA & UEFA, the Programme aims to provide female administrators with the tools, techniques and skills necessary for them to undertake senior positions efficiently and with greater confidence within Clubs, Leagues, Regional and National Committee level. Continue reading
The future of the SSE Airtricity League of Ireland will take centre stage in Tallaght this afternoon when the clubs will make their call on the next steps for the domestic game. Continue reading
The work of sorting out the workings of the FAI and restoring faith off the field of play will continue regardless. For most fans, the most important thing right now is to get a result from tonight. Continue reading
The Football Association of Ireland have this morning announced that highly-respected Dutch coach Vera Pauw is to be the new manager of the Republic of Ireland Women’s National Team. Continue reading
Nissan was unveiled yesterday as the new Official Vehicle Partner of the Football Association of Ireland. Continue reading
Sport for Business sat down yesterday for an exclusive interview with interim FAI General Manager Noel Mooney. We looked at what prompted him to take up the position, how he feels half way through his six month secondment from UEFA, and at what his professional and personal priorities are for the rest of 2019.
The FAI will unveil a new sponsor today. Sport for Business understands it is a major international brand with a strong presence in the game and we will bring you the news of who it is later today… Continue reading
The FAI and UEFA will today publish a new report into the social value of football across Europe.
It will no doubt be another week of significant twists and turns but one that will hopefully end with a clearer picture on a better future, even if that does have some remaining threads linking it to the past. Continue reading
The FAI’s AGM is two weeks away from tomorrow but an early indication of the mood of the Association in passing or rejecting the reforms from the Governance Review Group will take place in only eight days at the Dunboyne Castle Hotel in Meath.