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New ITC Rules

Published: Saturday, 27 June 2020 18:16

FIFA has changed the administrative process around the application for and the granting of ITCs.

 

As and from 1st July 2020, the following procedure will apply:

 

  1. Clubs must firstly file an application for the player’s registration on FAInet.
  2. Then the Club Secretary must make an application for the ITC by completing the online application form which can be found at  

 https://www.fai.ie/ireland/international-transfer-certificate-itc-application

  1. The passport photo page of the player must be uploaded in PDF format ONLY.
  2. Once the ITC is received by the FAI, it will be emailed to the Club Secretary at the address indicated on the application form.
  3. The waiting period (from when the FAI makes the application) to receive the ITC has been reduced from 30 days to 7 days.
  4. Provisional Certificates have been discontinued and instead the Club Secretary will receive an email at the appropriate time informing them that the player can now be granted an eligibility to play date by the relevant League.
  5. Remember that a player for whom an ITC application has been made cannot be granted an eligibility to play date until either the ITC or the email has been received from the FAI.
  6. Please note that applications for ITCs can no longer be made through This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

ONEILLS Leinster Junior Cup fixtures August 2020.

Published: Friday, 26 June 2020 12:28
ONEILLS Leinster Junior Cup fixtures August 2020.
 
Saturday 1st August 2020.
5th Round:
Skerries Town v Oliver Bond Celtic, Park Lane, 2.30pm, RTBA;
Dublin Bus v Edenderry Town, Coldcut, 2.30pm, RTBA;
 
Sunday 2nd August 2020.
4th Round:
Crettyard Utd v Usher Celtic, Killeen Sports Field, 2.00pm, RTBA;
5th Round:
Freebooters v Gorey Rangers, Fair Green, 2.00pm, RTBA;
Quarter Final:
Kilmore Celtic v North End Utd, Oscar Traynor Centre, 1.00pm, RTBA;
 
Fixtures for W/E 9th August: 
5th Round:
Evergreen v Crettyard Utd OR Usher Celtic. Kelly’s Rd, 2.00pm.
Quarter Final:
New Oak Boys v Skerries Town OR Oliver Bond Celtic, Burris Rd, 2.00pm.
Dublin Bus OR Edenderry Town v Freebooters OR Gorey Rangers. (Sat or Sun fixture)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

O Neills LFA Under 19 Cup Dates

Published: Friday, 26 June 2020 10:09
With the end of the winter season 2019/20 down for September 14th We would like to pencil in the Semi Finals of the Under 19 Cup for weekend 14th 15th 16th August and the Final down for Weekend August 28th 29th 30th or sooner if suits. The Semi Final draw for the Under 19 cup will be held on Thursday the 6th August with the first drawn out having home and day advantage. The final will be in a neutral venue.

Transfers & Registrations COVID Reponse Points to Note

Published: Friday, 26 June 2020 10:04
Leagues Resuming 2019/20 Winter Season • Any club competing in a resuming 2019/20 winter season cannot sign players - free agent registrations included. (No Transfers are permitted within your league). • No club can sign any player for 2020/21 winter season until their respective 2019/20 winter league season has been completed. • If a league finishes before the extension deadline clubs may then complete transfers for 2020/21 winter season. Registrations for the 2020/21 winter season can then be processed on FAInet. • Any clubs competing in a 2020 summer league cannot sign a player from a 2019/20 winter league until their season is completed. • Any clubs competing in a 2020 summer league can sign players up until the 30th of September where a league has completed their league (extended leagues) and unattached players thereafter. • The registration window has now passed and will not be extended beyond the 31st of March deadline.
Current 2020 Summer Season Leagues • Current 2020 summer season leagues may sign players that are unattached and may do so up until the 30th of September. • Players may transfer from a summer season league to a summer season league during their regular transfer period. • No summer season club may sign a player from a 2019/20 winter league who have been granted an extension until the league has been completed.

Return to Match Protocol

Published: Friday, 26 June 2020 10:01
The Football Association of Ireland has today launched a Safer Return to Play Protocol for all clubs as a cornerstone of the move from cessation to kick-off that will see Adult Amateur, underage National Leagues and Underage football permitted to return to full-contact training, including training games between teams from the same club, from June 29th.

Clubs are authorised to make a full return to playing friendly games from July 11th and competitive matches from July 18th.

The FAI has also issued a second edition of the Safer Return to Training Protocol that will apply to all clubs under its jurisdiction from June 29th. Clubs and teams in the SSE Airtricity League and Women’s National League clubs will receive a separate Protocol. Match Officials are included in the Safer Return to Play Protocol and, in addition, will receive their own Protocol guidelines. 

The FAI’s Steering Group, in consultation with Medical Director Dr. Alan Byrne, has published these Protocols at www.fai.ie

The Safer Return to Play Protocol is based on the latest Government guidelines and advice from the Department of Health and HSE as lockdown measures around COVID-19 ease. The FAI remains committed to the Government’s Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business and any return dates announced today are subject to change, as per Government guidelines.

The decision to move from cessation to a return to competitive football from July 18th applies to Adult Amateur and Underage football under the jurisdiction of the FAI and will apply to all players, coaches, match officials, club officials, volunteers, parents and guardians.

Under the new Safer Return to Play Protocol, the FAI has approved the following measures:

•            Adult Amateur and Underage football can return to full contact training, including training games between teams from the same club, from June 29th

•            Adult Amateur and Underage football can return to playing friendly games from July 11th

•            Adult Amateur and Underage football can return to playing competitive matches from July 18th

•            All Adult Amateur and Underage Leagues operating a Winter season, who have had applications to extend their 2019-2020 season approved, can resume League fixtures from July 18th and must have all competitions completed by September 14th

•            All other Adult Amateur and Underage Leagues operating a Winter Season can commence their 2020/21 season from July 18th  

•            All Adult Amateur and Underage Leagues operating a Summer Season can resume/commence from July 18th and must have all competitions completed by November 30th
  
  
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