Proud presenter of 20X20

20×20 is about creating a cultural shift in our perception of girls and women in sport. By increasing visibility of women’s sport it will become a greater part of who we are and what we follow.

Our Vision

Our vision is to provide a dynamic and effective voice for Irish sport, promoting the value of sport to Ireland while providing outstanding representation and services to members.

Sport Matters

As governing bodies, our members’ priorities lie with their sport. Therefore, our job is to communicate their views regarding the benefits of sport in areas such as personal health/wellbeing, the economy and society as a whole.

The Federation of Irish Sport is the representative organisation for the National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs) and Local Sports Partnerships (LSPs) in Ireland. Our membership consists of over 100 NGBs and LSPs from every corner of the country.

Our vision is to provide a dynamic and effective voice for Irish sport, promoting the value of sport to Ireland while providing outstanding representation and services to members. As governing bodies, our members’ priorities lie with their sport. Therefore, our job is to communicate their views regarding the benefits of sport in areas such as personal health/wellbeing, the economy and society as a whole.

We are “The Voice of Irish Sport”.

20×20 is a new campaign aimed at creating a measurable cultural shift in the presentation and perception of Women’s sport in Ireland.

It is a broad-based approach with three key metrics in mind to boost media coverage, attendance at key events and participation each by 20 per cent between now and 2020.

We are proud presenters of the 20×20 campaign

LATEST NEWS

Federation of Irish Sport – Budget 2020 Asks

Federation of Irish Sport – Budget 2020 Asks

We are asking the Government as part of Budget 2020 to deliver the second (of ten) phase of core funding this year, to remain online to double funding over the 10-year lifetime of the National Sports Policy 2018–2027, as per Action 45 of that policy. Sport plays an...

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Record Numbers for Ladies Football Finals on TG4

Record Numbers for Ladies Football Finals on TG4

Record Numbers for Ladies Football Finals on TG4 TG4’s coverage of the TG4 Ladies Football Championships culminated yesterday with the live broadcast of the Junior, Intermediate and Senior Finals from Croke Park.  A new record was set yesterday with 56,114 people in...

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EY Ireland continues its support for Hockey League

EY Ireland continues its support for Hockey League

EY Ireland continues its support for Hockey League Monday 16 September 2019   EY Ireland announced it will continue its sponsorship of Hockey Ireland’s highest level of domestic competition – the EY Hockey League – for a further three years.   Speaking at...

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Federation of Irish Sport – Budget 2020 Asks

Federation of Irish Sport – Budget 2020 Asks

We are asking the Government as part of Budget 2020 to deliver the second (of ten) phase of core funding this year, to remain online to double funding over the 10-year lifetime of the National Sports Policy 2018–2027, as per Action 45 of that policy. Sport plays an...

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Record Numbers for Ladies Football Finals on TG4

Record Numbers for Ladies Football Finals on TG4

Record Numbers for Ladies Football Finals on TG4 TG4’s coverage of the TG4 Ladies Football Championships culminated yesterday with the live broadcast of the Junior, Intermediate and Senior Finals from Croke Park.  A new record was set yesterday with 56,114 people in...

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EY Ireland continues its support for Hockey League

EY Ireland continues its support for Hockey League

EY Ireland continues its support for Hockey League Monday 16 September 2019   EY Ireland announced it will continue its sponsorship of Hockey Ireland’s highest level of domestic competition – the EY Hockey League – for a further three years.   Speaking at...

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Insights from our Audit partners OSK

Insights from our Audit partners OSK

The income tax return filing deadline is 31st October 2019. Taxpayers can avail of an extension to the normal filing date of 31st October 2019 and instead file by 12th November 2019 if they file both their return of income and make the appropriate payment though ROS...

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