We would like to sincerely thank Lavery’s Bars for being our main sponsor over the last two seasons.
We are now seeking a new main sponsor for the 2016-17 season. If you would Be willing to talk to us about sponsorship of our club, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org .
This message is for any footballers who are hoping to come to Queen’s in September and for any current Queen’s students who might want to transfer and play for their University team.
We have three teams playing competitive football on Saturdays:
- The firsts are in the N.I. Football League, Premier Intermediate League division (formerly named NIFL Championship 2)
- The Seconds are in division 2B of the Northern Amateur Football League (NAFL)
- The Colts (mostly 1 st year students) are in division 3E of the Northern Amateur Football League (NAFL)
The first team will begin its competitive season on Sat 6 th August and preseason training is already underway. If you think you are good enough to play for our first team, pleased contact us at email@example.com to discuss joining in our preseason training program.
If your level of ability is lower than first team standard you are still most welcome to join the club. Training for the Seconds/Colts will begin in August, date to be decided, keep checking the website. Their competitive season will start in September.
First team preseason training for the 2016/17 season has started. Any Queen’s students who believe they are good enough to play for our first team, and who are interested in taking part in first team preseason training should contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org giving details of their previous playing experience.
Seconds/Colts training will begin in August – date to be decided. Please check here for further info.
Due to an ineligible player being fielded by Donaghadee IIs in the final game of the season, the Colts have been awarded the match. This means the Colts are NAFL 3F Champions!
Congratulations to Ian, Glen and the lads on a terrific achievement!
Catch Ian McArthur’s thoughts here.