Kids Camps

Easter Camps 2015

If you’re looking for your kids to stay active over Easter, below is a list of Easter camps for kids aged 5 and upwards in a various of locations.


The Multi Sports Camps in Blanchardstown will start this coming Easter for children aged between 5 and 12 years.

Camp 1

  • *Monday 30th March – Friday 3rd April 2015
  • €95 per Child per Week (Includes snack, water & Fruit)

*We are OPEN Good Friday

Camp 2

  • **Tuesday 7th April – Friday 10th April 2015
  • €80 per Child per week (Includes snack, water & fruit)

**We are CLOSED for the Bank Holiday Monday 6th

Weekly Content:

  • Ball Mastery (football);
  • Variety of ball games;
  • Multi direction movement;
  • Table Tennis;
  • Football Tennis
  • Basketball;
  • Dodge Ball;
  • 1v1s, 2v2s, 3v3s, 4v4s games;
  • Snag Golf (tbc);
  • Developing life skills;
  • Arts & Board Games
  • Having lots of fun.

Go to The Coach House for more info


Our very popular Easter Coaching Klinics return this year. We will run two aimed at 8 to 14 year olds with age specific coaching. Players will be with their own age group. (7 year olds will be considered if they are league registered players) UEFA qualified coaches.

  • Camp 1 March 31st to Aril 3rd
  • Camp 2 April April 7th to Friday 10th
  • Price 59 euros

Forms will be available from this weekend

To register and book a place email


The Two Day Camp will take place in Parnells GAA club on Tuesday and Wednesday the 7th & 8th of April. The camp will also incorporate Goalkeepers with a Spanish Pro licence Goalkeeper coach travelling to specifically instruct in the camp.

  • 9.0am to 14.50
  • Cost €129

Register at Catalan Football 

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Irish Grassroots Football Tournaments

Easter Football 2012

Easter is always a great time for football tournaments and thousands of kids, parents, grandparents, sisters, brothers, aunties, uncles,  and coaches will be preparing themslves for footabll tournaments all over Ireland the UK and parts of Europe. What makes this time of year so special is that young footballers will experience there first trip away.


The best one in Ireland this year has to be the 4th Annual St.Kevin’s Boys Club International Tournament which gets underway at Shanowen Road from April 6th to April 8th. Celtic FC, West Brom, Brondby, Sporting Braga, Arsenal and hosts St.Kevins Boys all taking part. You won’t find a better tournament anywhere in the country with such outstanding international teams.

Click on this link for the list of fixtures

Manchester 2012

Away from home and just across the water is the 2nd Annual DBSports Cup. The Sports Ball Easter Tournament which runs from March 31st to April 3 for u8s to u11s and April 3rd to April 6th for u12s to u15s. DBSports will have over 15 teams travelling from Ireland and another 15 coming from all over the UK and Poland. St, Francis, Shelbourne, Lucan United, Cabinteely Boys,  Avenue United (Ennis) and Ardmore Rovers (Wicklow) from Ireland. from the UK: Manchester City, Arsenal Schools, Stockport County and Stoke City to name a few.

Tournament are great for kids, everyone get a game, plenty of football, great for team bounding and the players get lots of touches of the ball over the few days and not forgetting the parents, who get a holiday too!

Plenty of football to look forward to this Easter. Let me know if you’re team is going to a tournament and hats off to all the coaches who give up so much of there free time  to coach and nurture kids all over this great Island of our and around the world.