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!

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altDrogheda Boys 4 - 1 Drogheda Town alt


It was another sunny September morning at Marley's Lane and all those present saw a fine football match with both teams playing some lovely football. Drogheda boys started the brighter with Jake Gallagher bringing a fine save out of the Town keeper. Fine play from the back by Flynn Richardson led to a rasping shot from Joeseph Byrne that just flashed over the bar. Gallagher continued to probe and when Kyle Norris released him down the right wing a fine cross was superbly headed by Ethan Harding only for the keeper to again make a superb save. The Boys were not to be denied and when Gallagher again crossed for Byrne his close control was rewarded by a cool finish and an opening goal.

Drogheda Town started the second half brightly and early dominance paid off as parity was restored following a fine move. The visitors almost immediately earned a free kick at the edge of the box which was curling into the top corner only for Matthew Monaghan in the Drogheda Boys goal to dramatically save.  This seemed to awaken the Boys from their second half slumber and shots from Flynn Richardson, Ryan Kelly and Kyle Norris all tested the away side's keeper. It took that man Gallagher again to break the deadlock with a fine individual run and superb finish. Brien Maguire became more influential in the game and a fine run into the penalty area drew a foul for which a spot kick was awarded. Ryan Kelly took the responsibility and drilled home a fine effort. Oisín Moore got on the end of another excellent passing move and opened his account for Drogheda Boys with a lovely strike into the bottom corner.

The result did not reflect the game as both teams played some excellent football.

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www.droghedaboys.com by Alex O Connor