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Latest News 15 March 2022

The National Lottery Football Weekend

For this coming Saturdays home match against Dollingstown at The Dub the National Lottery will cover the cost where every paying adult, who shows a National Lottery ticket, will be able to bring one guest (adult or concession) with them for free. In essence, it's a buy one get one free offer. Each paying spectator may purchase a maximum of two tickets and can redeem a maximum of two free tickets for this Saturdays game.

Latest News 28 February 2022

The National Lottery Football Weekend

On the 19th March 2022 we will be hosting Dollingstown at The Dub in a League fixture. The National Lottery is offering the facility for each paying spectator to bring along a friend who will receive free entry.

Latest News 1 February 2022

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Latest News 30 June 2021

MANY THANKS TO NIFL FOR SUPPLYING US WITH A NEW DEFIBILLIATOR.

NIFL TO SUPPLY PSNI FC WITH NEW DEFIBRILLATOR
The NI Football League can reveal that all member clubs including PSNI FC will be provided with life-saving defibrillators ahead of the new season.
Following the distressing events at Euro 2020 in Denmark, a risk assessment by the NIFL Board outlined a desire to protect all our clubs to potentially help save the life of someone experiencing a sudden cardiac arrest. As a result, new defibrillators will be provided to 41 clubs within the NI Football League membership, including all teams in the Premiership, Championship, Premier Intermediate League and Women’s Premiership.

NIFL Chairman Gerard Lawlor said; “The role of the NI Football League is not just to govern but to serve and protect our membership, and this is an important service that we can offer to our clubs to protect players, supporters and staff. “Everyone in football got a real shock at the events in Denmark a few weeks ago, so if this project saves one life over a period of time, we simply can’t put a value on that.” “The health and welfare of the people connected with our clubs is paramount and sincere thanks to my colleagues on the NIFL Board for their support in delivering this vital support.”

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Neil Coleman
NI Football League Marketing and Communications Executive