Kerry FC Hopes To Bring League Of Ireland Football To Tralee Next Year

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LEAGUE of Ireland football could come to Tralee within a year, with the news this morning that Kerry Football Club’s application to the FAI to enter the club licensing process has been accepted.

Led by Billy Dennehy and American based directors Steven Conway and Brian Ainscough, they have been working with Kerry District League for many months on the application.

In a statement released this morning, Kerry FC say  “it has been a dream for many years to provide the highest level of senior football in the Kingdom and Kerry FC hope to be successful in our bid to bring League of Ireland football to Mounthawk Park in February 2023.”

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“We have been working with the Kerry District League for many months now to realise this dream and complete the player pathway for the players of Kerry after six years competing in the underage National Leagues.”

“The people of Kerry have always been proud of their appetite to compete at the highest level in all sports and we hope to provide this full pathway for all those players representing Kerry Football Club.

“Kerry FC believe that a successful application will offer real opportunity to promote our game in the Kerry region as we look forward to bringing the biggest clubs in Irish football to our county.

“Now that the licensing process is underway, we welcome all offers of support as we share this exciting journey with the people of Kerry. More information will be released in due course.”

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