Welcome to Drogheda Boys Football Club


Drogheda Boys FC was established in 1985 to provide schoolboys/girls with the highest standard of football coaching & playing facilities and to allow all members to reach their full playing potential.

Our club is comprised of teams from the age of 7 - 16. We also cater for our younger members, from age 5, in our Kindergarden Sessions each week-end.

Our teams compete in the Dublin and District Schoolboy League,(DDSL) and the Drogheda Childrens Soccer League, (DCSL)

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Our grounds are situated on Marley’s lane on the southside of Drogheda, where we have two full sized pitches, a 9-a-side pitch & a 7-a-side pitch. We also have flood-lit training areas which can accommodate two teams at any given time. Our astro-turf facility is a valued training asset especially in Winter months.

‘Fair Play’ is our guiding principle which is in line with the Irish Sports Councils Code of Ethics and Good Practice for all Children in Sport and is firmly adopted by Drogheda Boys Football Club

We are committed to ensuring that all necessary steps will be taken to protect and safeguard the welfare of children and young people who participate as members of our Club.

We are completely run by Volunteers from the local area, to whom we are very grateful. If you would like to become a Member of our Club and help out in any way possible, whether it be for 30 minutes or 4 hours a week, we would love to hear from you.

   Club Secretary :                085  148  6668

   Fixture Secretary:              087  348  6685

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Game Of The Week!


                                                                  DDSL U10B                                                               altDrogheda Boys 0 - 2 St Joseph's Boysalt

Two teams enjoying 100% records met on Saturday, in a very close contest. drogheda started off brightly, Eric Beliauskaus and Ben Lynagh making the away keeper work hard and Sam Reilly narrowly missing the target after being set up by Domo Linkevicius. But the last ten minutes saw St Joseph's take control as Drogheda were penned into their own half by their opponents and a very strong wind and it was up to defenders Aaron Dorgin and Taigh Bedford along with goalkeeper Steffan McCullough to keep the score level. Just before the break Patrick Browne had a good chance to score but again the Joes keeper pulled off another save.

At the start of the second half Drogheda gave the ball away from the tip off and reacting slowly in transition, gave away a soft goal. Unperturbed the home side got the game underway and continued passing the ball and trying to probe a way through a much bigger and and stronger sallynoggin side. But it wasn't to be their day, further chances fell to Adam Smith and Sean Goff and Beliauskaus seen his shot cannon back off the foot of the post after breezing by two defenders to find himself one on one with the keeper. with two minutes to go and with Drogheda pressing for a goal, St Joseph's managed to gain control of the ball on the edge of their own box again Drogheda were slow to react and a long ball found an unmarked striker who slotted home to break the hearts of the home team. Best for Drogheda were Eric Beliauskaus, Tadgh Bedford and Ben Lynagh.


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www.droghedaboys.com by Alex O Connor