The FAI Festival of Football starts in Tipperary on Sunday, May 24 and runs right up to the FAI AGM on Saturday, July 30. It is a full week covering grassroots football locations throughout the county and we will visit 30 different clubs throughout the county.
There will be different activities at each club - from presentations to speeches to coaching clinics to fun days to pitch openings. We will have a staff bus that goes to each club, which will include a photographer, videographer, and digital media expert. A number of high profile ex-internationals are expected to be attend throughout the county during the week.
Here is the rough itinerary:
Sunday, July 24
Burncourt Celtic, Donohill, Cullen Lattin, Rearcross, Tipperary Town, St Michael's
Monday, July 25
Clodiagh, Thurles, Killavilla, BT Harps, Holycross, Peak Villa, St Kevin's/Two Mile Borris
Tuesday, July 26
Wilderness Rovers, Carrick United, Mullinahone, Killenaule, Moyglass United, Clerihan, Clonmel Celtic
Wednesday, July 27
Moneygall, Ballymackey, Cloughjordan, Borrisokane, Nenagh
Thursday, July 28
Arra Rovers, Lough Derg, Newport Town, Cahir Park, Clonmel Town
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