• Improve the player, Improve the team
    Improve the player, Improve the team
  • Developing football skills for ages from Under 5 to Senior levels
    Developing football skills for ages from Under 5 to Senior levels
  • Local sports club for girls and boys
    Local sports club for girls and boys

Vision Statement

To promote sport across our local community for all ages through the development of a structured football academy to grow skills at early ages leading to high performance school, adult men and women's teams.

Goalkeepers wanted

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Our U13 and U12 teams are looking some great goalkeepers. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dalkey United U9 year group

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The U9 year group (year of birth 2008) starts back on Saturday 3 September at 10am on grass in the Hudson Road playing fields in Glastule.

We have a great bunch of kids, with 40 plus regularly in attendance learning new skills, techniques and having fun playing football. The emphasis is on ball control, learning all about the game, enjoying their football and making new friends.


Dalkey United Academy start dates

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The Dalkey United AFC Academy starts for the new season on Saturday 3 September. Venue is the all weather pitch in the grounds of Castle Park School.

9 am to 10 am - children born 2010 and younger

10 am to 11 am children born in 2009

All are welcome to join in a safe, organised and enjoyable environment


Dalkey United Senior Team

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Our Senior team play in the Leinster Men's Senior League. We are looking to add a few players to the squad. If interested, please contact the Team Manager Conor Jennings on 086 264 6252

Players and Keepers WANTED - 2003 U14 DDSL Sunday team

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Dalkey United will play in the highest Sunday DDSL division this season. Contact Adam on 087 6788412 for more information.

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New Garda Vetting Procedures

NEW - Garda Vetting

National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Acts 2012 to 2016 have been signed and The Act commenced on the 29th April 2016.

Garda vetting has been an FAI Rule for all those working with children and or vulnerable persons (in a paid or voluntary capacity) for a number of years now. Therefore, this legislation simply places existing FAI practices on a statutory footing. Please see FAI Rule 75 and the FAI Child Welfare Policy for more information.
If you are not Garda vetted through the FAI, you should not undertake any work in a paid or voluntary capacity with children or vulnerable persons in football.

For new Garda vetting applications, you can only use the new Garda vetting form - available on this website in the 'About Us' tab under Child Protection.
Garda vetting applications cannot be processed and will be returned if information is incomplete on the forms or documentation is missing.

Copies of identification documents (selection on page 2) must be included with the completed vetting form and forwarded to either of the following for signing:
Club chairman: Colin Beecham
Club secretary: Trevor Grant
Children's officer: Kim Fortune

The selection of documents chosen by yourself must total at least 100 points.

To fully submit an application you need to send your Garda vetting form, Garda vetting ID validation form and copies of your identification. Forms can be found under the menu option above > About Us > Child Protection >



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