St Brendans Park Fc Summer Camp

St Brendans Park Fc Summer Camp will take place from Tuesday August 5th till Saturday August 9th . Registration for our Summer Camp will be taken at the Club Shop this Saturday August 2nd from 10.00am-3.00pm. Places limited.

Christy Leahy Recieves The John Sherlock Award

Christy Leahy a founder/member and president of both St. Brendan’s Park and the Kerry District League was presented with the John Sherlock award at lasts nights FAI Awards in Westmeath . The John Sherlock services to football award recognises the contributions made by volunteers at all levels of football to the continued success and development of the game .


News of the honour broke late last night and has been hailed as a just reward around the county .


Christy has been involved in our club right from the start back in 1971, he has held numerous Kerry posts, and he is always there for anything that the club are doing no matter how big or small it might be. St Brendans Park Fc named our home grounds after him with very good reason. A club is like a family, and Christy is the head of our family.”


Christy has been reporting on Kerry soccer for numerous years now and will have been seen at games all over the county . His weekly column in the Kerry’s Eye newspaper are read by everyone near and far and his knowledge about local and world soccer is second to none .It is with out question that without his dedication to the game Kerry Soccer would not be as popular as it is .


It’s a fully deserved award for all the work Christy has put in over the years and everybody within the club would like to congratulate him on his award .

Christy Leahy with his FAI Award

Christy Leahy with his FAI Award

Senior Meeting

St Brendans Park Fc Senior team meeting tomorrow night July 24th at 7.30pm, followed by a light kick about in Christy Leahy Park. New players are always welcome.

Academy Restarts

St Brendans Park Fc Academy for Under 6 to Under 10 ( Boys and Girls ) restarts on Saturday 16th August . Registration day is on Saturday 9th August in Christy Leahy Park at 11.00am . Places are limited so don’t miss out .

Summer Camp fun

St Brendan’s Park F.C. U16s World Cup Top 3 Draw Result

We are delighted to announce that the winner of the competition to predict the Highest Scoring 3-team Combo in the World Cup is Emma Quirke.  Congratulations Emma!  The best total was 45 goals, made up of: Germany 18, Holland 15 and Colombia 12.  Our U16 player, Cormac Hurley, sold the winning ticket.


Surprisingly, the 1-2-3 finishing order of Germany, Argentina, Holland, which was our main competition, was not predicted by anybody!


The competition was a crucial fundraiser that will allow our U16 team to take part in The Dublin Cup tournament from Thursday 31st July to Sunday 3rd August.



Many thanks to everybody who bought tickets to support the U16 squad.

Scrap Metal Collection

Dave Scanlon took this picture during the week of Mathew Cheevers with the last tank being taking for scrap from the An Post yard. Mathew has being working on this for the last number of weeks & this now completes the very successful scrap collection we did.

St Brendan’s Park F.C. U16s World Cup Top 3 Draw

We are delighted to announce that we have a winner of the competition to predict the Highest Scoring 3-team Combo in this World Cup tournament.  The best total was 45 goals, made up of: Germany 18, Holland 15 and Colombia 12.  Brazil finished just outside the top three on 11 goals, with France one goal further back on 10 and Argentina finished on 8 goals.


We expect our Competition Committee will complete a comprehensive check of all tickets on Thursday night next and we hope to reveal the winner on on Friday.


The other big question is has anybody predicted a 1-2-3 of Germany, Argentina, Holland in our main competition???  Log in on Friday next to find out…..

(U16) Premier ; Park Fc 1-0 Killarney Celtic

The Park under 16 side, who earlier this season were runners-up in the Under 16 National Cup and the Kerry u16 Cup finally got their just rewards when they defeated Killarney Celtic at Christy Leahy Park on Sunday. This was essentially the league decider as a win for Celtic Killarney Celtic would have meant a play-off with the Tralee side for whom a win or draw  was sufficient to see them to see them champions. It was an excellent game of articulate football  with the Park, with the aid of a stiff breeze, well on top in the opening half and with Fergal Ryan and Luke Moynihan raiding o n the wings,
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