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Review of the sporting year

The colourful look back on the year of sport in Galway by Ralph O'Gorman has become an iconic part of the New Year's reflection on the event on and off the field and tracks over the past twelve months. Enjoy.

United provide successful connection between team, management and fans

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On the sultry Saturday afternoon Galway United exited the FAI Cup, John Caulfield spotted a distraught and distressed young fan not yet fully versed in the harsh reality of the domestic game. Tears flowed, the pain of defeat hitting hard.

Unbeaten home record seals crowning glory for Galway United

Galway United were crowned First Division champions in Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday. John Caulfield’s side sealed a magnificent campaign with a 2-0 win over Wexford to complete a 100 per cent home league record.

One last challenge for United in title-winning season

Galway United close their season tomorrow night in Eamonn Deacy Park when they host Wexford FC (7.45pm). Whatever the score, the season will end in triumph.

All roads lead to Eamonn Deacy Park as United face Bohs in cup semi-final

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When kick-off finally comes on Saturday afternoon, Galway United could be as little as 90 minutes away from the Aviva Stadium.

Scenes of celebration as United secure title with games to spare

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It was a cathartic night in Tralee on Friday. After years of disappointments, Galway United, having taken the first division by storm, sealed the title with a 4-0 win over Kerry FC.

Galway United celebrates first FAI Cup semi-final in 15 years

In the local and national consciousness, on the field of play and in the hunt for honours, Galway United are back.

Former Galway Rovers boss Callaghan to return to city for special events next week

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The Galway United Friends Co Op is pleased to announce that former Galway Rovers manager Tommy Callaghan will be a special guest at the Galway United versus Athlone Town game on Friday 29th September.

Dundalk's visit will test United's credentials

Big nights under the lights are coming back to Terryland. After six seasons in the doldrums, Galway United have cut through the first division with ruthless efficiency.

United will not be taking Longford for granted despite form

Galway United travel to Longford on Saturday in imperious form as three sensational second-half strikes continued Galway United’s relentless march towards the first division title.

 

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