On behalf of Balrothery FC, I’d like to thank you for visiting our website and hope you enjoy browsing through it. Our aim is to have information on our club activities readily available; from fixtures and match reports to information on our fundraising events and our sponsors.

Balrothery FC is like most clubs, we are very much community centred and we are proud to represent the village of Balrothery, both on and off the field of play.

As we keep building the club, our focus is on our junior knights teams who keep going from strength to strength, year in year out, with top coaches and fantastic ongoing support from the parents involved in the club.

The over 35s team are still moving those aching muscles week in week out and showing that you are never too old to enjoy life and some friendly competition!

As with every local club, without support from our sponsors at all levels, we would struggle to keep going and we are lucky to have them onboard so a massive thanks to all of them, as well as everyone in the village and beyond who get behind us time and time again.

Thanks and Regards,
Liam Mc Auley (Herbie)
Chairman, Balrothery FC

Latest News

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Balrothery Football ClubFriday, September 18th, 2020 at 7:45pm
In line with the new restrictions, all Balrothery FC matches are cancelled for a period of 3 weeks (October 11th). Each manager will be in touch with their teams to advise on training arrangements during this time.
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Balrothery Football ClubWednesday, September 16th, 2020 at 7:49pm
A classic match down at the park there tonite lads , resulted in a 5-4 win for portrane. But the effort the 13s made was unreal. Finding ourselves 2-0 down, palthough playin well we pulled one back just before the break through Reece Curran after good work from Dylan & Christian. 2 mins after the restart it was 2-2 with a cool finish from Kyran mcloughlin. We made it 3-2 when Charlie Plunkett hooked over the keeper from a tight angle when the chance seemed to have gone. Portrane equalised shortly after, but we won a free kick at edge of area, which birthday boy Harry Denver smashed into back of net 4-3 .We kept up the attackin plat, but 2 late goals (1 a penalty ) won it for the visitors. Well done to both teams and also our keeper Jack English. Making some vital saves .
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Balrothery Football ClubTuesday, September 15th, 2020 at 9:02pm

Calling all girls interested for a new u12 team, born 2009 / 2010.

Absolute beginners welcome.

Come along and try it out, lots of fun, fitness and team spirit.

Contact Paul / Emma on 0872370235 or contact us here on our Facebook page.
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Balrothery Football ClubSunday, September 13th, 2020 at 4:01pm
Balrothery v Balrath under 15s 3-1
Great start to the new season for the lads against a strong physical Balrath side in lovely sunshine. Both teams evenly matched for the first 20 minutes of the game then sub Calum Beasley used his strength and bravery to to get his head on the end of a pass to score our first goal. The team kept pushing at Balrath and were unlucky not to add anymore in in first half. Second half started brightly and we scored 2nd through Ciaran Cough and were unlucky not to get two more, as both efforts came of the crossbar. Balrath pulled one back and started pushing us to get equalizer, when we counter attacked and man of the match Max Kelly was tru on goal and was taken down for a penalty. Unfortunately Calum missed the penalty, but a few minutes later we got our third goal. Again Ciaran causing havoc and forcing Balrath to score an own goal. Big mention to Sean Tobin who put in several great crosses and on another day, could’ve scored himself. 👍
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Balrothery Football ClubSunday, September 13th, 2020 at 12:45pm
Under 12c
Dunboyne FC vs Balrothery FC
A beautiful morning to kick off our U12c season in Dunboyne on a perfect pitch.
We hit the ground running this morning, playing some great stuff and were 3 up in 15 mins with Stephen O’Neil completing a hat-trick with some fine finishing.Ryan Gill added 2 more and Rory converted a peno on half time to put us 6 up at the break.
Dunboyne pulled one back after half time, but Saleem added 2, Oisin got 1 , Aaron Burke got a cracker and Ryan completed his hat trick to give us a comfortable win.
Great start to the new season from our Junior Knights, well done all and thanks to the supporters who made the trip 👍
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Balrothery Football ClubSunday, September 13th, 2020 at 12:43pm
U14's Balrothery 1 - Swords Manor 3
Tough start to the season for the u14's. A move up to the B league and our first match against a strong Swords Manor team. The lads started well with some nice passing and had a few chances to take the lead. The opener finally came with some great work from Cillian O'Mahoney to put a lovely ball in for Cillian Slattery who showed his strength to keep off 2 defenders and slot home well. Balrothery continued to play well with some nice passing and supporting play, however were unlucky to concede just before half time. With the 2nd half just underway Swords Manor took the lead. The lads didn't give up and kept playing some good football and had a couple of chances to get level. While pushing forward trying to chase the equaliser Swords scored on the break to make it 3-1. We were unlucky not to get a result today and played some good football. We look forward to next week's game.

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