Created On: Oct 22, 2020

Please adhere to the following COVID-19 Protocols updated 5th May 2021

FAI Safer Return To Training Protocol

The Football Association of Ireland can confirm that all players at all levels of football in Ireland can engage in full contact outdoor training in pods of 15 from Monday, May 10, under the new Government guidelines.

Adult Amateur and Youth (U19) teams return to training from Monday and the FAI has confirmed with the Government that all teams can engage in contact training.

FAI Head of Grassroots Ger McDermott said: “We have informed all our clubs today of this most welcome news from Government. The return to training for our adult amateur and Youth (U19) teams will now coincide with the return to contact training in pods of 15 for all our players. We have updated our Safer Return to Training Protocol (available below) to reflect this and have shared this with our clubs and made it available online at

“Football has proven itself to be a safe environment for all our players and volunteers through this pandemic and we again thank all our clubs and stakeholders for their commitment and adherence to the Government guidelines. We are getting closer to a return to play for all our teams and we thank the Government, the Expert Medical Group and Sport Ireland for their help in getting us to this point.”

All Charleville AFC members must complete the contact tracing link from your manager before attending training or matches.

Please use the hand sanitizer provided at all entrances before entering and exiting.

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Our U13 boys Prem were too strong for a young Murroe team on Thursday night. Scorers for Charleville AFC were Nathaniel(3), Donal Forde(3), Xavier Nelligan(3), Jamie O'Toole(1) Well done lads. Best of luck to Murroe for the rest of the season. ... See MoreSee Less
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