Category: Girls Teams

Senior Ladies

After a hugely successful 2011/12 season, there are great hopes for the ladies of Enniskerry FC as their scintillating soccer skills develop match by match, and their growing reputation on the soccer circuit increases. Here’s to a terrific season, and thanks for all the support so far!

FAI Umbro Junior Cup Quarter Final 28/07/2013

In years to come when people sit around a table reminiscing about the good ol days of Enniskerry FC, Sunday the 28th of July will certainly be one to be mentioned. History was made on Sunday as Enniskerry Ladies played their socks off and reached the FAI Umbro Junior cup semi final for the first

Update on some former EFC players !!

Alannah and Roisin - WNL - October 2017

Great to see that there are now 5 former EFC players playing football this season in the Women’s National League. Alannah McEvoy (left) is seen playing for Shelbourne FC against Roisin McGovern of UCD Waves (right – complete with face protection mask for a fractured nose received playing for the Irish under 17s against the

Isibeal Atkinson gets called-up for Irish Senior squad

Isibeal - Romania 3 - October 2017

Many congratulations to our former player Isibeal Atkinson on her call-up for the Republic of Ireland’s senior squad to play Slovakia in an away FIFA 2019 World Cup Qualifier on October 24. Isibeal, pictured here playing for the Irish under 17s against Romania earlier this month, last season’s club female player of the year at

U11 win first home game

Girls U11

It was cloudy but warm when the girls walked onto the Bog Meadow for their homegame against local rivals Greystones. For the first homegame the expectations were very high after the convincing draw away at Dalkey United. The first half was delayed a bit because of bad pitch preparation by the new coach… it didn’t

Allow us to introduce… U11

It was the first game of the season for the U11’s and expectations were high: A new group of players and a new group of coaches, would the U11’s perform on their first official match? Would the lack of training time show? Would the new team gel? The answer was a resounding YES. Emmee did a brilliant

Enniskerry Festival: 8-10 September

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A quick note from our friends at the Enniskerry Festival, a great day out for all the family! This year’s Enniskerry Festival kicks off on Friday 8th September with a great night out: the “Event in the Tent” which takes place in the festival marquee at Monastery House. A fantastic night is guaranteed, with live music

The ‘Girls are Back in Town’

Belles in the Meadow

All our girls teams will be back training by this weekend – but we are always looking for new players. So if your daughter is born any year from 2000 to 2013, we have a place for her !! ALL GIRLS ARE WELCOME – from elite players to total beginners !!!! For more information, please

Training times U6 mixed Academy, boys U7s-U12s

U12 boys have been back to training for a couple of weeks. Any queries please contact Mark Brandon on 0876899821. U11s boys are back to training Saturday 26 August. Boys U10s, U9s, U8s, U7s, U6s (mixed Academy) will recommence Saturday 2 September, 9.30 a.m. Training locations to be confirmed.

ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR THE 2017/18 SEASON IS NOW OPEN

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We are delighted to announce that ONLINE REGISTRATION for the 2017/18 Season is now OPEN. We will keep registration open to the end of August after which all children should be registered. Most teams will return to training towards the end of August, start of September, if not before. Your child’s coach will be in

Summer Camps in the Bog Meadow

Football Stars Academy Camp

Please see details below of 2 summer camps being run in the Bog Meadow. Please note that these camps are independent of Enniskerry FC, but are organised by one of the club’s leading luminaries, Aine O’Gorman and her team at Football Stars Academy, and we wholeheartedly recommend them to the club’s parents! Camp # 1

Our Under 14 and Under 13 ‘sharp-shooters’

Sharp shooters

After a super season on the football fields of Dublin and its environs, Enniskerry FC’s ever-expanding under 14 and under 13 “sister squads” pose prior to shooting each other black and blue at Special Ops Roundwood! On the day, they sportingly they gave their coaches a 30-second head start !!