Galway United is a professional football club based in Galway, Ireland. The club was founded in 1937, then called Galway Rovers F.C., and has a rich history, having played in the top tier of Irish football for much of its existence. Galway United currently competes in the League of Ireland First Division, the second tier of Irish football.

Over the years, Galway United has enjoyed some notable successes, including appearances in the European Cup Winners’ Cup & the UEFA Cup. However the one that stands above them all, is the 1991 FAI Cup final, where they narrowly defeated Shamrock Rovers, 1-0 at Landsdowne Road. In later years, after suffering financial difficulties, the club dropped out of the League of Ireland after the 2011 season but in 2014 Galway United returned after initially playing as Galway F.C. for a season.

The club’s home stadium is Eamonn Deacy Park, located in the city of Galway. The stadium has a capacity of just over 5,000 spectators and is known for its vibrant atmosphere and passionate fans.

Galway United has a reputation for developing talented young players, many of whom go on to play at the highest levels of Irish and international football. Some of the club’s most notable former players include Eamonn Deacy, Jeff Kenna, and David Forde.

The club’s current manager is John Caulfield, an experienced football coach from Cork. Under his leadership, the team has continued to develop and improve, with a focus on developing young talent and playing an attacking and entertaining style of football.

Off the field, Galway United is also committed to making a positive impact in the community. The club runs several community programs, including coaching sessions for local schools and a social inclusion initiative aimed at promoting diversity and inclusion in football.

The club has a rich history, a passionate fanbase, and a commitment to excellence both on and off the field. With a talented squad of players and a dedicated coaching staff, the club is poised for continued success in the years to come.


Eamonn Deacy Park, Dyke Road, Galway, Ireland

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Galway United F.C



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