Shelbourne FC manager Ian Morris has joined Clubforce as a business development consultant with responsibility for fostering relationships with football clubs in Ireland and the UK. Continue reading
Almost 12,000 GAA fans, from one quarter of clubs across the country, racked up an incredible total of 2.2 billion steps during the month of June as part of the Irish Life GAA Healthy Clubs Steps Challenge.
There has become something of an obsession in media commentary around the return of Gaelic Games that there is a battle the like of which has not been seen since 1916 around the return of club games and that of inter county panels.
Bringing sport back to life is a multi team job. Providing the technology to manage virtual and real events has consumed the last three months for John Cleary, Managing Director of Limerick based Eventmaster who work as technology partners with Athletics Ireland and Cycling Ireland.
The RTÉ Sunday Game at the weekend carried a feature about the impact that the lockdown has had on three clubs across the country. Continue reading
The Great Community Challenge will see local club members and groups come together virtually to compete in a game show format and raise money for their chosen organisation.
The Great Community Challenge is an online game show fundraiser which will enable sports clubs, charities and community organisations to deliver their fundraising virtually. Continue reading
The Big Rugby Run campaign involved 117 rugby teams and 1,700 runners when it took place earlier this month and now the Zurich Foundation has announced that it will top up the money raised for charity, bringing the total sum to €60,000. Continue reading
Two of Dublin’s major GAA clubs with a long history of competition on the pitch came together over the weekend to run, cycle, walk and swim together and against each other to raise almost €100,000 for a local hospice. Continue reading
Starting next week Sport for Business will be building up to the launch of a brand new Sports Club Hub. Continue reading