Club History

C.U.A.F.C. Club History

Carrigaline United AFC soccer club is based in the local Carrigaline community. The club was established in 1972. The first soccer team to represent Carrigaline United was the junior team in the Cork AUL Division 3 and played at a football pitch called the pottery field, which is now the location of Carrigaline Court Hotel. The club currently has in excess of 1,000 playing members and over 100 Coaches. The club is represented at all age levels and has soccer teams competing in the Cork AUL, Munster Senior League, Cork Ladies League and the Cork Schoolboy/Schoolgirls League. Carrigaline United continues to build and grow and is now regarded as one of the largest football clubs in the Southside of Cork, which currently has a total of 33 teams.

The club playing colours are; 
Home; Yellow jersey, Blue shorts & Blue socks. 
Away; White jersey, Black shorts & White socks.

Carrigaline United has developed an excellent football facility at Ballea Park which was officially opened on the 29th June, 1985. This was the result of many years of hard work by a dedicated and enthusiastic management committee. Immediately after phase 1 of the clubs development was reached, the forward looking committee set about the very daunting task of raising funds for a club house. With tremendous support from the community this objective was realised 19 years later. The club now boasts a magnificent new clubhouse, bar and changing rooms which was opened March 2004

Carrigaline United recently opened an F.I.F.A., approved full size all weather pitch in June, 2012.

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