Dublin Working Group of the Friends hold their Inaugural Meeting

On Wednesday 8th February the Dublin working group of the Friends of Tipperary Football held their inaugural meeting in Chaplin’s Public House on Hawkins’ Street.

Chaplin’s Public House

A large number of Tipperary people now living in the capital turned up to get involved, make new friends and to play their part in the development of football in their native county. Among those in attendance was 2016 All-Star and Tipperary forward Michael Quinlivan who kindly took on the role of treasurer for the working group.

Michael Quinlivan is treasurer for the Dublin working group

The group are hoping to hold a golf classic in April and if you would like to enter a team or sponsor a tee box please contact chairperson of the group Jimmy D’Arcy at darcyjim@gmail.com. The group are also planning on holding a table quiz in the near future as well as organising a supporters’ bus for the trip to Crossmaglen for the Allianz National Football League game against Armagh for those living in Dublin.

They plan on holding their next meeting on Wednesday March 1st in Chaplin’s Public House and all Dublin based Tipperary people are welcome to attend.

For further information please email darcyjim@gmail.com 


Membership of the Friends of Tipperary Football is still open.

Membership, which costs €20, enters people into the following fantastic draws:

Two All Ireland Final Football tickets 2017
Two All Ireland Final Hurling tickets 2017
Two Tickets for each Tipperary Senior Football Championship matches 2017
Two All Ireland Club Final tickets 2017
Two National Football League tickets for each Tipperary League match 2017

You can join online at www.friendsoftipperaryfootball.com/join or click Join at the top of this page.