Welcome to FC Irlande

We are an international amateur football (soccer) club based in Brussels, Belgium. Every week-end 8 teams (2 ladies and 6 men’s) take to the pitch to defend our famous green jerseys. We pride ourselves on our fair play and showing our great spirit on and off the pitch! Not only do we get to make friends but we also discover some of the delightful and sometimes quirky places in and around Europe’s capital. Enjoy our website and if you’re interested in playing or helping out don’t hesitate to get in contact and become a member of this fantastic community.

Latest results, March 17, 2019

RCS Brainois B
1 - 6
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FCIrlande Auderghem Ladies2

Latest results, March 16, 2019

FC Irlande Vets 1
0 - 5
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FC Gast 2
Voetbalclub Moldavo B
1 - 1
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FCIrlande Auderghem Ladies1
FC Irlande 3rds
1 - 1
Sayano United
FC Irlande 4ths
1 - 2
Gast FC 1
FC Irlande 2nds
1 - 1
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Grez AJ 1
FC Irlande 1sts
3 - 1
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Tourinnois Fc 1

Latest results, March 9, 2019

FCIrlande Auderghem Ladies1
0 - 4
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D.C.V. Eva’s Tienen A

Upcoming fixtures

  • Ambiance Auderghem 2 vs FC Irlande Vets 1 March 23, 2019
  • R.FC. de Liège A vs FCIrlande Auderghem Ladies1 March 23, 2019
  • Saint George RCS 5 vs FC Irlande Vets 2 March 23, 2019
  • Saint Georges 3 vs FC Irlande 3rds March 23, 2019
  • Braine Storming vs FC Irlande 4ths March 23, 2019
  • Ambiance Auderghem 1 vs FC Irlande 2nds March 23, 2019
  • Higgins 1 vs FC Irlande 1sts March 23, 2019
  • FCIrlande Auderghem Ladies2 vs ASE Chastre C March 23, 2019

Recent news

St. Patrick’s Day event canceled due to strong winds

2019-03-11
As the city of Brussels closed all public parks on Sunday, due to strong winds, our St. Patrick's Day celebrations could not be held on Sunday, 10 March. The tombola will be rescheduled.

Saint Patrick’s Day Celebration

2019-02-11
On Sunday March 10th,2019 we will hold the annual  Saint Patrick's Day celebration in the Cinquantenaire . In conjunction with our partners ,the Belgium GAA, we will be organising a lot of events including kid's games and providing plenty of refreshments throughout the day. There will be a FCI stand where we will be selling club merchandise. Festivities start at 12 midday. Come along and enjoy  a great day out

30th Anniversary Celebrations

2018-12-20
Saturday June 8th ,2019 - SAVE THE DATE

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Firsts had a tough match in our huge 6 pointer against Tourinnois, lot of wind and a damp pitch. We started the game really well and scored within 10 mins. They equalised with a penalty. 1-1 halftime. We were much better in the 2nd half, fought for every ball together and got the important 2nd goal by Tommy. Mika scored the 3rd goal 5 minutes from the end .. Strong, Spirited performance and 3 points in the bag. Hopefully enough to guarantee our division one status for another season.

On a blustery Saturday afternoon,  FCI Seconds took the pitch against Grez AJ1. First half Grez dominated, scoring 1 on a defensive “nap time” on the part of FCI. Toward the end of the first half, Alessandro and a Grez player collided, resulting in both heating to the hospital  2nd half was better, with a goal from Bouba After the keeper made a save on Lolo’s strike. Final result: 1-1.

Thirds had a tough game against the 3rd placed team. The conditions made it difficult for both teams with few chances. Gast took the lead through a very soft penalty. FCI4 fought back and Costi scored from a corner. Unfortunately Gast scores again very close to the end and FCI4 could t find a way back. Lost 2-1.

Fourths had a tough game against the 3rd placed team. The conditions made it difficult for both teams with few chances. Gast took the lead through a very soft penalty. FCI4 fought back and Costi scored from a corner. Unfortunately Gast scores again very close to the end and FCI4 could t find a way back. Lost 2-1.

Irlande vets played against new champions FC Gast and lost 0-5. Actually we were quite into the game; but they clinically finished their first chance, after an error in defense. We had some good moves in the first half, but they got a second goal before halftime. In the second half they got a goal from a penalty that was not one. We didn’t give up but couldn’t really create much, and conceded twice more. However, we stay in non-relegation position on equal points with Ettekijs thanks to one more victory. One more victory would probably keep us in division A for sure.

Vets2 had a bye.