Reaction from the FAI and from Government to yesterday’s decision to postpone the European Championship Men’s Finals by 12 months. Continue reading
It was a weekend of drama in political circles and this morning it would be a brave commentator that would say for certain who will form the next Government. We do know however, that the outgoing Minister for Transport, Tourism … Continue reading
As the General Election looms the federation of Irish Sport have released a video outlining the hopes and wishes from a variety of sporting bodies as to what they would like to see from an incoming government. Continue reading
Sport is competitive and Basketball Ireland has broken out of the collegiate way of working with Government to lay claim to an early engagement with whoever is the new Minister with responsibility for sport after Saturday’s General Election. 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.
If sport is one of the issues on which you will be making up your mind in the General Election then this is what you need to determine the destination of your first preference and perhaps the destiny of the country. Continue reading
With the General Election in full flow, the Federation of Irish Sport has launched its own 2020 Manifesto. It follows on from consultation with over 100 sporting organisations who are members of the Federation in which they highlighted their key concerns and priorities for an incoming government. Continue reading
Sport Ireland has announced a significant €36 million investment package for National Governing Bodies of Sport, High-Performance sport and Local Sports Partnerships for 2020. Continue reading
Minister Shane Ross is expected to go straight from a Cabinet meeting this morning into a meeting with UEFA officials that is seen as a key stepping stone back towards a ‘normal’ relationship between the state and the FAI. Continue reading
Joining Dalymount Park are Regional Sports Campuses in Thurles, Letterkenny, Cavan and Roscommon, the first phase of a new multi-sport Indoor Sports Centre at the Technological University of Dublin and a National Watersports Campus for Dun Laoghaire.