Football In Galway
Galway united football club
large crowd is expected in Terryland for our home match with St. Patrick's Athletic. Supporters are asked to arrive early and gates will be opened at 7pm sharp.
MapAccess to Terryland Park will be through Turnstiles 1 positioned at the Old Stand side of the ground.
One section of the old stand will be dedicated for away fans.
Season ticket holders are asked to have their tickets ready for checking.
The Management Committee of Galway United would like to thank everybody for their cooperation.
Match tickets can be bought at the ground.
Salthill Devon FC
Salthill Devon is the pre-eminent soccer club in the West of Ireland. Soccer has been played in this area of Galway, competitively since the 1940’s, in several guises, but it is since 1977 that quantum strides have been made.
Salthill Athletic and Devon Celtic (a small club with under age teams only) combined to form the club as it is constituted today. Steady growth and development, although at a relatively pedestrian pace were the hall marks of the club from day one. However the current guiding ‘fathers’ of the club grew with the club, both in age and aspiration through the 80’s, and that driving ambition is personified in the facility that is Drom today.
Renmore A.F.C. Soccer Club was founded in 1973 by Mike Darcy; Bernard Shapiro; Tony Dilleen; Bernard’s two sons Patrick and Bernard Jnr.; Tom Murphy; John Coll; brothers Damien and Paul Meaney; and Paul Gaughan.
Since that year, Renmore AFC has gone from strength to strength and become one of the main local teams in Galway. The club has even been able to forward players for Ireland Under 13 and Under 16 trials in recent years.
Plans for a 500 seater stand which will allow Mervue Utd to host big home games in the League of Ireland were unveiled to the public recently, Club officials have met with local residents to allay their fears regarding parking arrangements around Fahy’s field, where the east side club hopes to begin hosting games following the competition of the first phase of upgrading works in July.
The club has been given the use of Terryland for the entire 2009 campaign, if necessary, but according to Chairman Declan McDonnell plans are well advanced for Johnny Glynns side to stage games at their own ground for the second half of the season, once structures such as fencing have been put in place around the pitch at Fahy’s Field.