The next Branch meeting will take place on Thursday 27th February at the earlier time of 7pm due to the AGM taking place. There will be NO beginners class this night. Early arrival would be appreciated to ensure a timely start.
Members are reminded that annual fees are now overdue. Anyone who is yet to pay please contact our Assistant Treasurer Paddy Hughes or Hon. Secretary Seán Slattery via email@example.com
For all recent news relating to the branch and previous meeting see our News and Updates page under the branch drop down above.
The Dublin Branch of the ISRS set out to support, mentor and educate all of our members. We do this through our branch meetings and our beginners classes as well as fitness training provided by members at 4 locations throughout the Dublin Area. Our meetings are held in the Mission Hall on Abbey Street and the dates of these meetings are listed below. We offer annual membership which includes access to our support structure as well as full insurance for all of our members. Joining society is one of the best things a referee can do and the Dublin branch prides itself on the education it provides to it’s members through guest speakers and education committee.
Meeting Dates 2019/2020
January 16th 2020
February 27th 2020 (AGM)
March 12th 2020
The branch committee would like to remind and encourage new members and beginners to avail of the beginners classes. We cannot emphasise enough the importance of attending these classes to both enhance and further your development in your refereeing career going forward. For those who aren’t beginners you’re always more than welcome to drop by, listen, contribute and learn. That is in essence what society is all about.
If you have an interest in joining the Dublin branch please contact our Honorary Secretary Seán Slattery via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Branch members are also advised that that all friendly games must be sanctioned by the host league or the L.F.A.and in games involving Airtricity under 15s, Under 17s, Under 19s and Seniors, FAI permission is required. If officiating on a friendly game it is your responsibility to have a relevant match card filled out by both teams. It is your responsibility to ensure these procedures are in place.