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St Brendan’s Park F. C Marks Football Against Racism Week
St Brendan’s Park F. C today 14/10/2017 held an Academy Training Session to mark Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) Week.
During today’s event, our Academy players participated in a friendly training match. The players lined up in ‘Champions League style and shook hands with players from the opposing team. As they passed, they exchanged wristbands from Show Racism the Red Card (SRTRC). In our club, there is no place for racism’.
St Brendan’s Park F. C is among over 100 clubs, group, organisations – including schools, football clubs and community organisations – from throughout Ireland who are taking part in FARE Week 2017. The week is an initiative of the FARE network www.farenet.org supported by UEFA across Europe and is supported in Ireland by the Football Association of Ireland (FAI). The initiative runs from 5th to 19th October, and will see thousands of events taking place across Europe to highlight anti-racism messages and celebrate diversity. FARE Week 2017.
Speaking at the FARE event in at Christy Leahy Park, Director of Coaching Padraig McCannon said: “football can be powerful in uniting people and breaking down barriers. Now that Ireland is a multicultural society, we need to encourage children and adults to grow their understanding of the many new communities now represented amongst our neighbours, schools and workmates.”
According to Padraig, “FARE Week is a great opportunity to use the power of football to bring people together, make a stand against discrimination and promote respect for diversity in football and in society. The events that are taking place during FARE Week serve not only to promote the anti-racism message, but also promote integration.
Over the last 11 years, a huge number of clubs; schools, youth groups and others have taken time to support FARE Week in Ireland by organising a wide range of activities, including friendly matches, football blitz events and competitions. In 2017, we look forward to the ongoing support of the football and wider community to mark FARE fortnight. The FAI and Show Racism the Red Card would like to congratulate St Brendan’s Park F. C for becoming involved in FARE Week 2017.”
FIXTURES weekending 17/09/2017
Wednesday 13th september
VITHIT U12 Premier
U12A v L.B Rovers 6.30pm
Saturday 16th September
SFAI Skechers Cups
U12 A v Pallas United 2pm
Birdhill v U14A
U16A v Tralee Dynamos 2pm
VITHIT U12 DIV 2
M.E.K v U12B 10.30am
VITHIT U16 DIV 2
U16B v Castleisland 11.30am
DENNY KERRY DISTRICT LEAGUE
Sunday 17th September
St Brendans Park v Killarney Athletic B 2pm
Monday 29th May 2017
U16 Trophy World Premier
Mastergeeha v Park A , 7-00pm .
Tuesday 30th May 2017
U13 Daly’s Supervalu Premier League Play-off
Killorglin A v Park A , 6-30 Venue Mounthawk Park All-Weather Pitch**.
Wednesday 31st May 2017
U17 Dominos Pizza Cup Final
Killarney Celtic v Park Fc , 7-00pm Venue Mounthawk Park All-Weather Pitch**.
Thursday 01st June 2017
U13 Daly’s Supervalu U13 Div.2
MEK v Park C , 7-30pm .
U15 Killarney Plaza Premier
Listowel Celtic v Park A , 7-00pm .
Friday 02nd June 2017
U12 JK Sports Div.1
Park B v Killarney Athletic , 6-00pm .
Saturday 03rd June 2017
U15 Killarney Plaza Premier
Killarney Celtic v Park A , 12-00pm .
U13 Sketchers SFAI Cup Regional 1/4 Final
Moneypoint 1-3 St. Brendan’s Park , Park goals from Cianan Cooney (pen), Kieran O’Connor , Adam Wharton . Click here for full match report .