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FAI Intermediate Cup Entry Details   26/07/2017

The online entry and payment system for clubs to enter FAI National Competitions is now available. 

 

To view a full list of competitions available for entry, please CLICK HERE

 

For individual competitions, please see below;

 

ALL DATES ARE PROVISIONAL FOR EACH COMPETITION

 

MEN’S COMPETITIONS

·         FAI INTERMEDIATE CUP (Closing Date – 23rd August 2017) – CLICK HERE

·         FAI YOUTH CUP (Closing Date –23rd August 2017) –CLICK HERE (Players born 2000 or later)

·         FAI U17 CUP (Closing Date –23rd August 2017) – CLICK HERE (Players born 2001 or later)

 The FAI Junior cup is separate and on an entry form of its own which can be downloaded from the "Downloadable Forms" section of the website main page.

 

Only one team per club is permitted to enter the competition. Clubs are responsible for ensuring the information provided is correct and Club Secretary details must be supplied (team manager details are not sufficient). Competition rules will be sent with the first round draws.

 

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact 

 



Simon Honan
Competitions Administrator
Email: simon.honan@fai.ie | Web:




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