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Report: Galway United 1-2 Longford Town

Nine man Galway United conceded a sickening injury-time winner against Longford Town after playing almost 65 minutes with ten men for the second home game in a row. Referee Adriano Release gave Stephen Walsh his marching orders in the 25th minute for what he perceived as stopping a goalscoring opportunity. Reale also sent off Sam Oji and...
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The Dáil Bar season ticket offer ends today

The Dáil Bar season ticket offer in association with Galway United finishes today. Buy your Galway United adult season ticket for €160 at The Dáil Bar anytime today and receive a free €25 Dáil Bar voucher. The season ticket will cover admission to fifteen remaining home SSE Airtricity League Premier Division matches at Eamonn Deacy...
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Report: Cork City 2-0 Galway United

Cork City recorded their second successive home league win at Turners Cross on Tuesday evening, beating Galway United 2-0. Goals in either half from former United striker Karl Sheppard and Cork City centre-half Alan Bennett made sure of the points on a night where both sides created few chances. TEAM NEWS Galway United went into Tuesday...
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Garcia signs for United!

Galway United are delighted to announce the signing of American defender Kevin Garcia. Garcia, 24, is originally from Queens in New York. He made his breakthrough in the US College leagues representing Villanova University before being drafted by MLS side New England Revolution in 2012. Following spells of first team football at Long Island Rough Riders...
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Cork City Match Preview

Galway United Supporters Trust are running a supporters bus to Tuesday’s game against Cork City at Turners Cross. Bus details HERE. Galway United face a difficult trip south on Tuesday evening to face John Caulfield’s Cork City at Turners Cross. Kick off: 7.45pm. United will be looking to build on a morale boosting 1-0 win at...
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POST MATCH REACTION: Dunne and Curran

Galway United recorded a hard-earned victory against Drogheda United at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday evening. In the 3rd minute, Enda Curran dinked the ball over defender Neil Yadolahi before turning Drogheda United captain Alan Byrne with a backheel, he then found the bottom corner of Michael Sclingermann’s net with a fine strike. 20 minutes...
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