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Galway United Champions League draw winners

The Galway United Champions League fundraiser draw in association with our official pub sponsor – The Dáil Bar, was made this evening. The winner of the top prize receives a pair of tickets to the UEFA Champions League Final, along with return flights, two nights five star accommodation and €1000 spending money. The runners-up prize consists...
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Report: Galway United 0-2 Drogheda United

Galway United’s hectic schedule finally caught up with them at United Park on Friday evening as the Tribemen succumbed to an organised and hungry Drogheda United side. Some Galway United players have played over 300 minutes of football in the last week and mental and physical fatigue was evident in their performance in the North...
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Persistence pays off for Keegan

Jake Keegan popped up in the 94th minute to score the deciding goal in Galway United’s EA SPORTS Cup quarter-final tie against Bohemians at Eamonn Deacy Park on Monday evening. Keegan’s header proved decisive but moments earlier, he missed two opportunities to break the deadlock but the American persisted and his endeavour was rewarded. “The first...
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Raftery focused on taking his chance

Cormac Raftery is the latest local to make an impact on Galway United’s squad. The twenty year old fullback from Glenamaddy has had to bide his time but when the opportunity presented itself, he grabbed it with both hands and now Raftery is staking his claim for a starting berth at the back for Galway...
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Report: Galway United 1-0 Bohemians

Galway United booked their place in the semi-final of the EA SPORTS Cup with a hard fought win against Bohemians at Eamonn Deacy Park on Monday evening. The sides were deadlocked after 90 minutes and extra-time was required. Jake Keegan had two early chances to open the scoring at Eamonn Deacy Park in the first period...
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Admission prices lowered for Bohemians Cup clash

With just three days between Friday’s league clash against Bohemians and our EA SPORTS Cup quarter-final against the Gypsies at Eamonn Deacy Park this evening (kick-off: 7.45pm), Galway United have decided to lower admission prices for this evening’s EA SPORTS Cup game. As per competition rules, season tickets are NOT valid for EA SPORTS Cup fixtures. At this evening’s...
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