Founded: 1993

Nickname: The Swans

Ground: Lakeside,Inch Road, Burnfoot.

Club Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow

Secretary: Bernard Mc Monagle Tooban, Burnfoot Co. Donegal Tel: 087-2531254

e-mail: bernardmcmonagle1@eircom.net  

e-mail Stephenodonnell7@gmail.com

First Team Manager: David Mc Geady 0044 7706789565

Reserve Team Manager: Gerard Arbuckle Tel 087-6243117

Youth Team Manager Stephen O’Donnell Tel 086-3009314

Other Contacts: Stephen O’Donnell 086-3009314, Kevin Barr Tel 087-9853378, Gareth Mc Glynn 086 3802887

Brendan Porter 086 0855240

First Team Colours:  Blue Tops,Blue Shorts, Blue Socks

Second Strip: Yellow Tops, Blue Shorts, Yellow Socks

Reserve Team Colours: Blue tops, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks
Second Strip: Yellow Tops, Blue Shorts, Yellow Socks

Youth Team Colours: Blue Tops, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks

Second Strip: Yellow tops, Blue Shorts, Yellow socks

History:

Aileach was formed in the 1970’s but went into extinction in the early 1980’s. In 1993, the club was reformed when a group of disgruntled Bridgend Celtic players decided to try to provide football for the young players in the parish of Fahan, Burt & Inch. The club also included teams at underage level. By 1996/97, the club has introduced a reserve team and won its first trophy by capturing the first division title. The first team also reached its first cup final, losing on penalties to Moville Celtic after a replay. Relegation followed the following season but in 1999, Aileach returned to the top flight by again winning the first division, they also reached the final of the Fruit of the Loom Cup but were beaten by Clonmany Shamrocks. In 2001, Aileach reached another cup final losing to Culdaff again on penalties. Another relegation followed, but the club returned to the premier division in 2004 after completing the first division undefeated. By 2004, the club had grown so much that the committee decided that Aileach were going to have to develop a pitch of their own. We identified a field and started fundraising to develop it. In 2007, we were allocated a grant towards the cost of the development of the pitch. In 2008, we reached another cup final, this time in the Knockalla Shield and were narrowly beaten by Swilly Rovers of the Ulster Senior League. Our new pitches were officially opened in August 2010 by Eddie Murray, Treasurer of the FAI. A four team tournament was organised to celebrate the opening of the new pitches involving Aileach, Preston North End, Derry City and Inishowen League Select, with Aileach victorious in the final after overcoming both Preston and Inishowen. Aileach have now opened their new indoor Astroturf facility at Lakeside, Burnfoot, Co. Donegal.

Aileach FC won the Jackie Crossan Premier Division for the first time in 2011/12 season their reserves won the reserve league shield in 2011/12

Current e-mail address: stephenodonnell7@gmail.com bernardmcmonagle1@eircom.net

First Team Manager Michael Barr

Current Team
Aileach FC

Secretary Bernard Mc Monagle

Current Team
Aileach FC

Results

Club Notes

Aileach FC

The Aileach underage teams have started the season in impressive fashion,please continue to attend training and work hard to keep up our impressive form.

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Charlie O’ Donnell Cup Final Report

Charlie O Donnell Cup Final

Aileach FC                         3

Glengad  United                2

The Charlie O Donnell cup final took the curtain down on the 2017-18 season at Maginn Park on Sunday with Aileach and Glengad locking horns again and it was a brilliant game. Glengad pressed further up the field from the start after last weeks defeat. After a bright opening Aileach created the first chance on 3 minutes when a superb Thomas McMacken through ball released Gareth McGlynn but he fired over from just inside the area. Glengad replied and a burst from the back by John G McLaughlin released Terence Doherty on the left and he picked out Seamus Doherty centrally but his driven effort was straight at Peter Devlin. Aileach broke the deadlock on 19minutes when McGlynn spread a free kick out wide to Darren McMonagle on the right and his brilliant cross was slotted home by Ronan Coyle at the back post.

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Charlie O’Donnell Cup Final Today Maginn Park 3pm

Aileach and Glengad meet for a third week in a row in today’s Charlie O’Donnell Cup Final it’s a repeat of last week’s Buncrana Credit Union cup final there is very little between these two teams all season and today’s game is hard to call both have won two trophies this season and a treble is on the cards for some one of the teams today a game worth watching

Buncrana Credit Union Cup Final Report

Inishowen Football League  20/5/18

Buncrana Credit Union Cup   Final 

Aileach FC                1

Glengad United     0

Played in Maginn Park on Sunday afternoon in overcast conditions this was an excellent game with Aileach thoroughly deserving their success. Aileach had the first opportunity in the 5th minute after Darren McMonagle ‘s cross was chested down by Ronan Coyle to Thomas McMacken but he blazed over from fifteen yards.

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Fixtures for Sunday 20th May

Buncrana Credit Union Cup   Final

Sunday Maginn Park 3pm  ET & Pens

Aileach FC  V Glengad United

Terence Moyne assisted by G McLaughlin & E Doherty

Match Reports Sunday 13th May

Saturday  12th May 

Hannon Greene Insurances Fr O Gara Cup Final

Dunree United                   1

Rasheney  FC                      2

Played in glorious sunshine at Maginn Park on Saturday evening  this was the proverbial game of two halves with Dunree dominant in the opening forty five minutes but Rasheney came storming back in the second

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Match Reports Sunday 6th May

Inishowen Football League  6/5/18

Jackie Crossan Premier Division 6.45pm (Played Tuesday)

Buncrana Hearts               3

Greencastle FC                  6

Played in constant rain on Tuesday night the hearts started well with Ryan Currans powerful effort well saved by Dylan Doherty. The home side broke the deadlock on 16 minutes when Kieran McDaid broke through the visitors defence  to round Doherty and slot home.

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Results Sunday 6th May

Sunday 6th May

Jackie Crossan Premier Division  2pm

Glengad 3-1 Greencastle  Terence Doherty 2, Stephen Mc Laughlin (Glengad) Nigel Mc Monagle (Greencastle)

Aileach 6-1 Culdaff Ronan Coyle 3, Anthony Doherty, Gavin Doherty, Paddy Curran (Aileach) Brendan Mc Laughlin Pen (Culdaff)

 

Jackie Crossan Premier Division Relegation Play Off

Maginn Park   2pm  ET & Pens

Illies Celtic 1-1 Carn FC    Paddy Doherty (Illies) Aaron Mc Carron (Carn)   Gone to Extra Time 

 

Strand Hotel Division One   2pm

Rasheney FC  2-4 Redcastle John Grant,Kevin Noone (Rasheney) Jack Mc Connolouge, Alan Clarke, Aaron Nash, Odie Mc Colgan (Redcastle)

 

 

Inishowen Engineering Division 2 A    11am

Glengad Res  4-0 Moville Res

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