May 25, 2024

Ballyglass FC

Ballyglass FC is a Mayo soccer football club that was formed in 1975. The club’s football grounds are called Michael Keaveney Park after the Ballyglass Football Club founder. The club first tasted success on the pitch when it won Division Two of the 1983/84 Mayo League. Damien Coleman became the first Ballyglass player to win an Irish international cap when he represented the Republic of Ireland Under 14’s on the 24th May 2001 against Northern Ireland.

Ballyglass has seven teams that play in the Mayo Association Football League.

Directions to the
Ballyglass FC
Soccer Pitch & Map

Michael Keaveney Park, Ballyglass, Co. Mayo
The club’s pitches are situated 20 minutes from Castlebar, 15 minutes from Ballinrobe, and 15 minutes from Claremorris.

Ballyglass FC
Pitch Route Planner

For detailed directions to the Ballyglass FC football pitch
please visit the AA Route Planner

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the Football Match

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Honorary Ballyglass
Football Club Secretary

James Gibbons – Ph:086 6095423

Football Club Chairman

Enda Keane – Ph:087 9880249

Soccer Leagues

Mayo Association Football League

Football Club Colours

Red & White Stripes

Club Email Address

Email Ballyglass FC

Soccer Club Website

Ballyglass FC Website
Club Supporter

Ballyglass FC
Football Notes

All Weather football pitches are available for hire. To book phone 091-875939

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Ballyglass FC

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