Eamonn Deacy Park

  • Galway United played out a 2-2 draw with Bray in Eamonn Deacy Park last night.

    The draw leaves United at second from the bottom in Division One of the league ahead of Wexford FC.

    United will now make the journey to Strokestown road to take on Longford Town next Saturday.

  • Galway United meet Shamrock Rovers in an FAI Cup quarter final at Eamonn Deacy Park this evening.


    The games kicks off at 7.45 and a big home support will give a huge boost to Alan Murphy’s side.

  • Mayo U13s made it three wins from three in the SFAI Subway Interleague Championship by defeating Galway 1 nil in Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday.

    The win leaves Mayo in a strong position at the top of the group with just one round of fixtures to play before the group winners advance to the national semi finals.

    Galway were the better team in the first half and were unlucky not go go in at the break ahead but Mayo got better as the game went on and the goal, when it came from the penalty spot courtesy of Owen Elding after Kieran McGreevy was taken down in the box, was just rewards after a period of sustained  pressure.

    Next up is a trip to Athlone in February for the league leaders.

  • Galway United are delighted to announce that Cian Mulryan has signed a new contract with the club.

    The 19-year-old goalkeeper has spent the last three seasons with the Tribesmen's under-19 side, after joining from Mervue United in 2017.

    The promising shot-stopper made his senior debut against Athlone Town in United's final league game of the 2019 season and he produced a man of the match display.

    Mulryan will compete with Kevin Horgan and Micheál Schlingermann for the number one jersey at Eamonn Deacy Park in 2020.

    Galway United manager Alan Murphy is delighted with the trio of goalkeepers signed and he expects Mulryan to learn a lot from Horgan and Schlingermann in the coming year.

  • Sligo Rovers make the journey to the Ryan McBride Brandywell as they take on Derry City in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division this evening.

    Sligo Boss Liam Buckley believes despite City’s track record his side can compete with any team in the league.

    Buckley says that he would like to go up to (Derry) and show a bit more of what his side can do and get the result.

    Elsewhere in Division One Galway United host Bray in Eammon Deacy Park.

    United will look to convert more of their goal chances after poor finishing in front of goals last week against Wexford.

    Both of those games kick-off at 7:45.