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To promote sport across our local community for all ages through the development of a structured football academy to grow skills at early ages leading to high performance school, adult men and women's teams.
Club registration is now open until August 31st when new player applications can be received for the following season 2016/17. For certain age groups where numbers exceed our available facilities, a cap will be in force where we have high demand for places.
We advise all current members who wish to rejoin to do so as soon as possible to ensure a place is available for their child next season.
New joiners should contact the relevant age group co-ordinator first to confirm available spaces, please see details under the menu option "Club Contacts".
To register,please go to Home Page > Pay Online Button (Can be found in the top right hand corner of homepage) > Easy Payment Plus (EPP) Payment Facility
Payments can be made in one go or in two instalments over two months and all major credit card and debit cards are accepted.
The Dalkeyettes have shown the boys how its done and won two MGL league titles and finished runners-up in the U12 eFlow cup
The new online club shop is now open for business. All the new Teamwear supplied Dalkey United branded products are now available to order direct. Please join is us in supporting your local club by wearing the new colours. Click on the links at the bottom of the Home page or via the Menu options "Shop" or via the following link > http://www.teamwear.ie/club-shop/dalkey-united.html
The club has put in place new checks for all coaches to follow if there is any risk of player concussion observed in a match or training session.
We ask all club volunteers to review and familiarise themselves with these protocols below.
Club Child Protection & Safety Officer
NEW - Garda Vetting
National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Acts 2012 to 2016 have been signed and The Act commenced on the 29th April 2016.
Garda vetting has been an FAI Rule for all those working with children and or vulnerable persons (in a paid or voluntary capacity) for a number of years now. Therefore, this legislation simply places existing FAI practices on a statutory footing. Please see FAI Rule 75 and the FAI Child Welfare Policy for more information.
If you are not Garda vetted through the FAI, you should not undertake any work in a paid or voluntary capacity with children or vulnerable persons in football.
For new Garda vetting applications, you can only use the new Garda vetting form - available on this website in the 'About Us' tab under Child Protection.
Garda vetting applications cannot be processed and will be returned if information is incomplete on the forms or documentation is missing.
Copies of identification documents (selection on page 2) must be included with the completed vetting form and forwarded to either of the following for signing:
Club chairman: Colin Beecham
Club secretary: Trevor Grant
Children's officer: Kim Fortune
The selection of documents chosen by yourself must total at least 100 points.
To fully submit an application you need to send your Garda vetting form, Garda vetting ID validation form and copies of your identification. Forms can be found under the menu option above > About Us > Child Protection >
Our U12 A & B teams have been invited to play in an end of season tournament in Wexford Town on June 25th next. The club will play against Wexford Albion and All Blacks who both play at the higher end of the Wexford leagues. Wexford Albion have also put on a a social event afterwards for the boys to interact and play some bowling and have some fun together.
This will be the 2004s second year participating in a tournament outside Dublin after our successful trip to Carrigaline, Cork last year.
We would like to thank Wexford Albion for their kind invitation and generous hospitality.
Summer camps will return for 3 weeks in July..Please register on-line using the Pay Now button on the home page!Read more ...