GERARD Lawlor will step down as chairman of Cliftonville Football Club next month after 14 years in the role as he takes up a new role with the Northern Ireland Football League.
ALL Irish League member clubs will be provided with defibrillators ahead of the new season following an announcement by the NI Football League today (Wednesday).
The Irish Football Association has teamed up with safefood in an innovative new partnership aimed at using football to encourage over 2,000 children each year to get on the ball with healthier habits.
BELFAST football fanatics, Gareth Brown and Chris Kirk, have decided to swap their soccer boots for walking boots to help raise much needed funds for local charity, Sport Changes Life.
I, like everyone else who was viewing the Denmark v Finland game last Saturday evening, watched in horror at the events unfold on the field.
THE much-anticipated Euro 2020 football tournament begins tomorrow (Friday) with the opening fixture between Italy and Turkey.
CLIFTONVILLE manager Paddy McLaughlin will remain at the club after agreeing to a new deal last night.
CLIFTONVILLE boss Paddy McLaughlin believes that Larne are a side that teams look forward to playing against because of their attacking style.
CLIFTONVILLE held their nerve when it came to penalties as they saw off North Belfast rivals Crusaders 5-4 in a dramatic shoot-out to reach Saturday’s European playoff final.
LINFIELD ran out 2-0 winners over a much-changed Cliftonville side in last league game of the regulation season at Solitude on Saturday evening.
CLIFTONVILLE manager Paddy McLaughlin believes his side have been the dominant team in the North Belfast derbies this season.
CLIFTONVILLE boss Paddy McLaughlin is confident that he has a strong enough squad at his disposal to rotate for Saturday’s dead rubber game against champions Linfield.
CLIFTONVILLE were left cursing their luck as David Cushley turned home a last gasp equaliser to ensure that Crusaders would snatch a point from the North Belfast derby for the third game in succession after a 1-1 draw at Solitude on Tuesday evening.
LINFIELD wrapped up their 55th league title and secured the double as a 1-1- draw at Coleraine was enough for David Healy's men to retain the Gibson Cup.
CLIFTONVILLE boss Paddy McLaughlin is confident his team have learnt from the mistakes of their last two derby games ahead of this evening’s meeting with Crusaders