The Federation of Irish Sport
The Federation of Irish Sport is the independent voice for sport in Ireland representing 71 National Sports Organisations and 28 Local Sports Partnerships Find out more about the work we do.
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On 24 January 2014, the European Commission adopted its Report on the implementation of the first EU Work Plan for Sport (2011-2014). The Report draws a positive picture of achieved work outcomes, includes ideas for future priorities regarding EU cooperation on sport and makes proposals for adapted working methods. It will serve as a basis for [...]
The Irish Tenpin Bowling Association (ITBA) was founded in 1964 and is the governing body for the sport in Ireland. Affiliated to the Federation Internationale des Quillers (FIQ), it is the responsibility of the ITBA to provide and enforce the rules and regulations set out by the FIQ, as well as other international governing bodies [...]
DSI is hosting the EDSO European Deaf Futsal Mini-Tournament in the Arena, Tallaght on Friday 28th and Sat 1st March. There will be live streaming starting on Friday 28th of February at 19:00 and on Saturday 1st of March 2014 at 11:00 and 18:00. “This is DSI’s first time ever to broadcast these games and is a really exciting [...]
Following on from the success of the National 3on3 Championships for U14 and U18 boys and girls last year, Basketball Ireland are expanding their programme this year to include a senior championships with the winners being sent to Europe to represent Ireland. 3on3 is both a new and an old form of the game. It [...]
Introduction to Fáilte Ireland Major Events Unit Fáilte Ireland has launched a new Major Events Unit tasked with growing international visitation through the events sector. This will be achieved by identifying, bidding for and winning major events for Ireland in partnership with relevant stakeholders. Any event available for bidding, with a proven track record of delivering in excess [...]