The Irish FA has launched a search for more volunteers to help out at forthcoming international and domestic matches organised by the association.
The senior men’s team get their UEFA Euro 2024 qualification campaign under way at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park on Sunday 26 March and more volunteers are needed for that game in Belfast.
Volunteers are also being sought for the semi-finals of the Samuel Gelston’s Whiskey Irish Cup on Friday 31 March and Saturday 1 April plus the final on Sunday 7 May.
Other matches where more volunteers are needed include the Intermediate Cup, Junior Cup and Harry Cavan Youth Cup finals in April/May plus the home Euro 2024 qualifier against Kazakhstan on Monday 19 June.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please complete the form available via this link below
If you would like to be a volunteer for the Finland game you should complete the form by 23 February at the latest.
All matchday volunteers receive a complimentary ticket to watch the game, a matchday programme (where applicable) and access to exclusive competitions.
The association also offers people the opportunity to be an accessibility volunteer. This role is specific to assisting disabled people during international fixtures to enhance their spectating experience.
This assistance, which helps to ensure that everyone can enjoy a match no matter their accessibility requirements, may include way-finding support or mobility and communication assistance.
The Irish FA provides a wide range of bespoke opportunities for volunteers to engage in both football-related and community-based activities.
The association’s Volunteer Team was established in 2014 to provide mutually beneficial volunteer opportunities across the Irish FA. As an Irish FA Volunteer Team member you can join a central database of volunteers and be provided with regular volunteering opportunities as and when they are developed.