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Cabinteely
File:Cabinteely FC crest 2015.png
Full nameCabinteely Football Club
Nickname(s)Cabo
Founded1967
GroundStradbrook Road
Blackrock, Dublin
Capacity1,620
ChairmanLarry Bass[clarification needed]
ManagerPat Devlin
LeagueLeague of Ireland First Division
2016League of Ireland First Division, 7th
WebsiteClub website

Cabinteely Football Club (Irish: Cumann Peile Cábán tSíle) is an association football club based in Cabinteely, County Dublin, Ireland comprising adult and a large number of youth under-age teams for both males and females, 60 teams in all. Cabinteely competed in the 2015 League of Ireland after being granted a licence by the Football Association of Ireland in January.[1] They made their debut in the League of Ireland First Division on 6 March 2015 and play their games at Stradbrook Road, the home of Blackrock College RFC .[2]

The club, which currently boasts 920 members, was formed in 1967 and has teams from what are called cubs at pre-under-7 level, right up to senior adult teams. The teams, which participate at every under-age level from under-8 to under-18 plus adult, take part in several league and cup competitions such as those run by MGL, DDSL, SDFL, and LSL on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

History[]

Cabinteely have changed their name over the years. Around 80 years ago, they were commonly known as "the Blues from Cabinteely". In 1939, they won the Schoolboys League Cup in front of an estimated crowd of 6,000. The most famous Cabinteely side included Peter Farrell. The name was changed to Cabinteely Boys around 1950, and the current club was formed in 1967, as Auburn F.C., beginning league football with one team. In 1973, Auburn F.C. was changed to Cabinteely Boys F.C., with the name more recently changed to just Cabinteely F.C. to acknowledge both the female members associated with the club and the ladies teams.

Current squad[]

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No. Pos. Nation Player

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GK Republic of Ireland IRL Shane Fagan

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GK Republic of Ireland IRL Michael Kelly

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DF Republic of Ireland IRL Aaron Brilly

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DF Republic of Ireland IRL Lloyd Cairns

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DF Republic of Ireland IRL Jamie Broderick

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DF Republic of Ireland IRL Josh Quinlivan

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DF Republic of Ireland IRL Michael Brown

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DF Nigeria NGA Victor Ekanem

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DF Republic of Ireland IRL Cory Galvin

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DF Republic of Ireland IRL Evan Galvin

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DF Republic of Ireland IRL Adam Harney

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DF Republic of Ireland IRL Lee Mitchell

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MF Republic of Ireland IRL Shane Boyle

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MF Republic of Ireland IRL Ross Broderick
No. Pos. Nation Player

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MF Republic of Ireland IRL Gavin Fahey

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MF Republic of Ireland IRL Daire Doyle

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MF Republic of Ireland IRL Paul Fox

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MF Republic of Ireland IRL Kevin Knight

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MF Republic of Ireland IRL Oliver Hamzat

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MF Republic of Ireland IRL Edward McDonagh

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MF Republic of Ireland IRL Karl Byrne

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MF Republic of Ireland IRL Jack Watson

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MF Republic of Ireland IRL Joe Doyle

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FW Republic of Ireland IRL Jason Byrne

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FW Republic of Ireland IRL Darren Clarke

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FW Republic of Ireland IRL Mark Slater

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FW Republic of Ireland IRL Stephen Hanley

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FW Republic of Ireland IRL Ben Hanrahan

Staff and board members[]

  • Chairman: Republic of Ireland Larry Bass[clarification needed]
  • Vice Chairman: Republic of Ireland Brian McGovern
  • Secretary : Republic of Ireland Brian Carr
  • Treasurer : Republic of Ireland Gary Lewins
  • Director : Republic of Ireland Oisín Ledwidge
  • Director : Republic of Ireland Larry Bass
  • Director : Republic of Ireland Tony Broderick
  • Director : Republic of Ireland Julian Connolly

Notable past players[]

  • Andy Keogh
  • Alan O'Brien
  • Stephanie Roche

External links[]

References[]

  1. "Cabinteely FC will play in First Division in 2015 after FAI awards new licence". RTE Sport. 28 January 2015. Retrieved 29 January 2015.
  2. "Cabinteely get green light to compete in League of Ireland First Division". Irish Independent. 28 January 2015. Retrieved 29 January 2015.

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