14 February, 2011

FAI award licences for 2011:

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Following a meeting of the Independent Club Licensing
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Committee of the Football Association of Ireland, 14 Premier Division licences, 5 First Division licences and 1 conditional First Division licence were awarded.
Galway United were refused a Premier Licence for failure to fulfil the financial criteria as set down in the Club Licensing manual. The club were awarded an “A” Championship Licence.
Limerick FC were awarded a conditional First Division Licence. The committee requested the club to provide security regarding the financial commitments outlined in their budget as presented as part of the Licensing process. The club must comply with this request by close of business on Thursday 17th February in order to receive a licence.
In addition, four “A” Championship licenses were also awarded.
2011 Airtricity League season launched today
Clubs have five working days from the date of the decision notice to lodge an appeal.
Independent Cub Licensing Committee – 2011 Licences ;
Premier Licence
Bohemian FC, Bray Wanderers FC, Cork City FC, Derry City FC, Drogheda United FC , Dundalk FC, Monaghan United FC, Shamrock Rovers FC, Shelbourne FC, Sligo Rovers FC, St Patrick’s Athletic FC, UCD AFC, Athlone Town FC, Longford Town FC
First Division Licence
Mervue United FC, Wexford Youths FC, Salthill Devon FC, Waterford United, Finn Harps FC, Limerick FC (Conditional)
A Championship Licence
Cobh Ramblers FC, Galway United FC, Fanad United FC, FC Carlow, Tralee Dynamos FC
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