Good Luck to Shelbourne FC Womens Team
TU Dublin is proud to announce an extension of its support of Shelbourne FC Women’s Premier Division Team for the 2023 and 2024 seasons.
TU Dublin sponsors the Shelbourne FC Womens team. On Sunday, 19th November Shelbourne FC take on Athlone Town AFC in the Womens FAI Cup Final. On behalf of all of our students and staff we wish the team the very best of luck on Sunday.
This sponsorship supports the team and encourages the growth of women’s football in Ireland at the highest level.
TU Dublin will feature as the front of jersey sponsor of our Women’s Premier Division team, the current league and cup Champions of Ireland, and will also be the back-of-jersey sponsor for our U17 and U19 League of Ireland Womens (LOIW) teams.
Christy O’Shea, Senior Manager. Student Life at TU Dublin said:
“Shelbourne FC Women have been trailblazers in Irish women’s football in recent years, and we are excited to continue our work with them in growing inclusion within the community, which is central to both of our organisations. We wish the Shelbourne Women’s Premier Division Team the very best for the 2023 season and thank Shelbourne FC for their time in strengthening this partnership. TU Dublin looks forward to celebrating further successes on and off the pitch for the upcoming seasons ahead.”
TU Dublin will benefit from extensive digital media collaboration and in-stadium signage for Shelbourne home games at Tolka Park as part of the significant partnership.
Keith McDarby, Commercial Director – Shelbourne FC, said:
“We are delighted to continue our ever-growing relationship with TU Dublin following the success of last year. They are a great support to our Women's Senior team, but not only that, they are very active in our academy to provide opportunities and knowledge to our younger teams when it comes to third level education. I would like to thank Christy, Niamh and all the team at TU Dublin for their continued support.”
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