The Local Community

Midleton FC play a huge role in the local community, bringing people of all age, race, religion and type. We have a diverse range of members and for kids being part of Midleton FC means learning about community values as well as making friends and developing sporting skills along with others. Our coaches and volunteers are all dedicated to the development of the club along with the community.

Our Goals for Integration

Our goal is to be the leading advocate for football with our community and increase engagement with the FAI through the playing and coaching of football. To achieve this we actively participate in all community events and reach out to schools and voluntary organisations to showcase football as a vehicle for community interaction.


This engagement includes: Integration through Football Schools 5-aside tournament with a mix of different nationalities. This was run in conjunction with FAI Intercultural Department, FAI development Officer and Cork Volunteer centre. FAI Integration through football volunteers open invitation meeting.


Midleton FC Annual Community Fun Day held at club Integration with local schools at both primary and secondary level, providing facilities, equipment and coaching.

Civic reception by East Cork Municipal Council for winning Munster Senior Premier League 2017/18

Host our own Mid-term and Summer Camps for boys and girls (100+ boys/girls)

Host FAI Schools Competition (80 schools)

Host our annual 5-a-side summer tournament (24 teams)Participating in local St Patricks Day Parade

Annual St Stephens Day charity match to raise funds for persons in need within the community

Annual club awards night recognising achievements of our club, teams and players

Since our establishment we have encouraged projects with local groups and charities that help us forge long lasting friendships with other associations and groups.

Our club annual St Stephen's Morning charity kick about

Midleton F.C. are delighted to help the youth of our community
as it was just over 40 years ago that our club was founded at Fr Murphy's Youth Club.

€500 Charity presentation to Midleton Meals on Wheels from Midleton F.C.
Midleton Meals on Wheels do a fantastic job every week catering for elderly and the lonely.

Midleton F.C annual charity fundraiser was held by coaches and players get together on club all weather pitches.
John Rose Chairman of Meals on Wheels received the presentation from Club Chairman
Michael Kirby with Club secretary Eddie Allen and Paddy Murray Club fundraising officer.