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The Irish FA

Community Relations

  • Peace Bridge

    FFA SUPORT FOR FOYLE CUP LAUNCH

    With support from EU PEACE III, the Irish FA’s FFA team supported the Foyle Cup 2013 launch in Derry/Londonderry on Thursday 23rd May.more on ffa suport for foyle cup launch

  • Show racism the red card workshops - mar 2013

    DOWN AREA WINTER LEAGUE SHOWS RACISM THE RED CARD

    DURING the month of March, football clubs from across North Down came together to take part in Show Racism The Red Card workshops which were rolled out across the Down Area Winter League (DAWL).more on down area winter league shows racism the red card

  • Fans workshop at Solitude - mar 2013

    FANS WORKSHOP

    WITH support from EU PEACE III funding, the Irish FA’s Football for All project hosted a workshop with domestic fans at Cliftonville Football Club on Monday night.more on fans workshop

  • football for all feb 13

    PROJECTS BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS

    An engaging seminar aimed at promoting good relations through football was held with local coaches, youth leaders and educators from community and voluntary organisations across the city in the City Hotel, on Wednesday 27th February.more on projects  breaking down barriers

  • Irish FA logo - June 2010

    ‘PROJECT OF THE WEEK’

    THE Irish FA’s Football For All project has been chosen by the European Commission as this week’s ‘Project of the Week.’more on ‘project of the week’

  • FFA - Brussels - Jan 2013

    FOOTBALL FOR ALL SHOWCASED AT EUROPEAN COMMISSION CONFERENCE

    THE European Commission invited projects working in divided societies from the EU and beyond to a conference in Brussels "Bringing Divided Communities Together - Sharing the Experience of the EU PEACE Programme”, to consider whether and how they might draw on the experience of the EU's PEACE Programme in Northern Ireland and Ireland's Border Region.more on football for all showcased at european commission conference

  • European Union logo

    NEW FOOTBALL FOR ALL YOUTH FORUM!

    Are you aged between 14-16? Are you passionate about football? Do you want to contribute to the Football for All message across football in NI? Then get involved with the new FFA Youth Forum!more on new football for all youth forum!

  • Midnight Street Soccer - oct 2012

    MIDNIGHT STREET SOCCER TACKLES RACISM

    FIFTY young people in Castlereagh explored the impact that racism has in today’s society during a Midnight Street Soccer session.more on midnight street soccer tackles racism

  • St Pauli Stadium - oct 2012

    PRO SUPPORTERS DEVELOP EUROPEAN HANDBOOK

    THE Irish FA community Relations Department is currently part of a European project called Pro Supporters.more on pro supporters develop european handbook

  • Belfast Interface Games - aug 2012

    ‘SPORTING INTERFACES’

    FRIDAY 10 August marked the culmination of a series of sports camps for young children from interface areas of North, South, East and West Belfast.more on ‘sporting interfaces’

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