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Protocol Document

Published: Friday, 06 November 2020 18:55

As the country settles into Level 5 restrictions we remind you of the protocols which we must adhere to under the current Government guidelines.

 

In particular, we would like to remind you of the following

  • Players of a school-going age – under 19 as per FAI guidelines – can continue to train but only with the club they are registered with
  • All training must be outdoor, non-contact and in pods of 15 and in compliance with the FAI’s Safer Return to Training Protocol
  • Players are not allowed to train with any representative side outside their club team
  • FAI affiliated clubs are urged not to allow non-FAI affiliated academies use their facilities at this time
  • For underage training - players/coaches/parents/guardians are permitted to travel more than 5 kilometres to attend an organised session
  • For underage training - players/coaches/parents/guardians are permitted to travel outside their resident county to attend an organised training session
  • In accordance with Government Level 5 guidelines, training is not permitted for non-elite adult teams
  • All domestic adult and underage football matches remain in cessation
  • Complaints in respect of any breaches of protocols will be referred to the Disciplinary Control Unit of the FAI

 

We are all in this together, so we thank you for your continued co-operation.

All Leagues and Clubs are also reminded that we have a dedicated email address for COVID-19 related queries – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

D
ick Redmond
Hon Secretary
LFA

 

FAI Update on Level 5 Training and Playing Guidelines

Published: Saturday, 24 October 2020 19:43

Following clarification from Government today, the FAI confirms the following Level 5 guidelines for football will come into effect from midnight tonight but please be aware these are the latest directives and subject to change:

  • All underage club teams from Under-19 age group down are permitted to train outdoors during Level 5 restrictions 
  • All outdoor training for underage players is to be non-contact in pods of no more than 15 and in compliance with the latest Government guidelines
  • For underage training - players/coaches/parents/guardians are permitted to travel more than 5 kilometres to attend an organised session 
  • For underage training - players/coaches/parents/guardians are permitted to travel outside their resident county to attend an organised training session
  • SSE Airtricity Premier Division and First Division and Women’s National League matches and training continue
  • All other domestic adult and underage football matches remain in cessation
  • In accordance with Government Level 5 guidelines, training is not permitted for non-elite adult teams

The FAI will continue to talk to Government and will monitor any changes to Level 5 restrictions. We will update these guidelines as required and as soon as possible.

Dick Redmond
Hon Secretary
LFA

Cessation of grassroots and underage football matches in Dublin

Published: Sunday, 20 September 2020 15:59
Following the introduction of
Level 3 COVID-19 restrictions in Dublin, the Football Association of Ireland announces the cessation of all Adult Amateur and Underage football matches in Dublin with the exception of elite football - namely the SSE Airtricity League, Women’s National League and all five underage National Leagues.
Furthermore, any coach or player resident in Dublin but involved with an Adult Amateur or non-elite Underage club outside of the county is not permitted to travel outside Dublin for any football activity.
Adult amateur and non-elite Underage clubs in Dublin can continue to train under the conditions laid out in the updated FAI Safer Return to Training Protocol issued on Thursday.
The FAI will continue to monitor Government guidelines for Dublin and will update this cessation order as required.
    

Dick Redmond
Hon Secretary
LFA

Kilbarrack United win Under 19 Cup

Published: Sunday, 13 September 2020 15:49
Kilbarrack United won the O'Neills LFA  Under 19 Cup with a fine 3-1 win over Larkview FC. Kilbarrack went ahead on 8 minutes when man of the match Derek Hyland set up Jason Beasley for a simple tap in. Larkview rallied and should have gone in at the break level but they squandered a few chances they got.11 minutes after the restart Kilbarrack doubled their lead when Hyland saw his deflected effort go past Daniel Murphy in the Larkview goal. Goal number three arrived with two minutes left on the clock, Conor Purdee crossed from the right and Jake McEvoy had a simple tap in. Larkview did pull one back when Mark Umhdjere followed up a Bobby Obajob effort which Rice in the Kilbarrack goal could only parry out and the substitute fired home.

 

The O'Neills sponsored LFA under 19 cup final

Published: Monday, 07 September 2020 08:20
Next up is the O'Neills sponsored LFA under 19 cup final Kilbarrack Utd v Larkview FC Sunday the 13th Sept 11am kick off in the AUL Complex.  And the LFA Youths Cup Final St.Kevins Boys v Freebooters from Kilkenny also in the AUL on the 13th with a kick off time of 3pm. As usual there will be no spectators allowed into the game unless the government change the restrictions.
At the Leinster Football Association we aim to provide support, develop and administer association league football throughout all counties in Leinster from Louth to Wexford. Do not hesitate to contact us to find out more about referring, football coaching or getting involved. If you would like to find out more about us see the FAQs page or get in touch. 

Peter Doyle
- Administrator / General Secretary
  
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