Frequently Asked Questions?
- How do I join a team?
- Where can I find details of my local team?
- What age can I start playing?
- What is emerging talent squad?
- What if there is not a club local to me can I play for another club?
- When does the leagues start?
[There are teams in must areas and contact details can be found on the Clubs page or by contacting any of the committee members ]
[Contact details can be found on the Clubs page or by contacting any of the committee members.]
[Most Clubs start at Under 8 and at present there is an uner 8 league.]
[The emerging talent squads are made up of players from all the clubs in the various age categories to represent the CUFL in the national competions, for example the Kennedy Cup which takes place every year in Limerick.]
[Yes you can play for any club within the CUFL once all the relevent forms are in orderand you are not attached to any other club or league.]
[The Under 8's, 9's, 10's Laegues run from June to September (These are 7 aside).The Under 11's , 12's, 13's, 14's and 15's run from September to April with a Xmas break (These leagues are 11 aside)]
Coaches Required to train Emerging Talent Squads at U11, U12, U13, & U14 per FAI PDP programme. Please submit CV to email@example.com.
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