July 12, 2024

Ashbourne United FC

Ashbourne United FC was founded in 1978 and the club’s inaugural match was against a team made up of newly moved-in residents in the town. Ashbourne United’s first competitive season was in the 1979/80 season. The first competitive match was a 6-2 victory over Stoneybatter on the 1st September in the, now, Leinster Football League.

Following a few years in the Leinster Football League, Ashbourne United transferred over to the Athletic Union League (AUL) for the 1986/87 season. In the 1990/91 season the club captured it’s first silverware when it won the Sunday Division 3A league and won the Frank Roe Cup. Ashbourne United remains in the AUL to this day.

The club’s first schoolboy team entered the U13F Dublin District Schoolboys League (DDSL) for the season 1986/1987. The team was and instant success and won the division at the first attempt beating Ayrfield in a play-off. Over time further under age teams were formed and all played in the DDSL. The club made a policy decision to switch all under age teams from the DDSL to the NEC and this was completed by 1995. Subsequently all of the Ashbourne United under age teams switched yet again from the NEC to the North Dublin Schoolboys / girls League for the 1999/00 season.

Directions to the
Ashbourne United FC
Soccer Pitch & Map

Community Centre (7-a-side)
Head north along the N2. The Community Centre is about 1 kilometre south of Ashbourne village on the right at the first set of traffic lights. The football pitch is situated behind the centre however it cannot be seen from the main road.
There is parking at the front of the centre. Please not to drive into the pitch area.Baltrasna (U11 to U18)
Head north along the N2 and proceed to the ‘Nine Mile Stone’ roundabout that has signs for Ratoath and Swords. This roundabout is about 1.5 kilometres south of the Ashbourne village. Take the left turn for Ratoath and drive a short distance and take the next turn left. The soccer pitch is about 2-3 kilometres on this road. This road has a number of bends but will lead to a set of yellow pillars on the right. Sufficient parking is available.Milltown Road (Seniors)
Head north along the N2 and enter into Ashbourne village until you come to the traffic lights just after Aldi supermarket. Take the right at the traffic lights and the ground is located about 1 kilometre on the left.

Ashbourne United FC
Pitch Route Planner

For detailed directions to the Ashbourne United football pitch
please visit the AA Route Planner

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Football Club Chairman

Match Fixtures Secretary

7-a-side: Sandra Twomey – 087 9964419
11-a-side: Johnny Twomey – 087 9964419
Assistant 11-a-side: Sandra Twomey – 087 9964419
AUL Secretary: Damien Jameson – 086 3899980

Ashbourne United
Soccer Team Managers

Soccer Leagues

NDSL – North Dublin Schoolboys / girls League
AUL – Athletic Union League
AFL – Amateur Football League

Football Club Colours

Yellow & Black

Club Email Address

Email address for Ashbourne United FC

Soccer Club Website

Ashbourne United FC Website

Ashbourne United FC
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