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Registrations for 2020-2021 are open

posted Sep 22, 2020, 6:55 AM by Stephen Lacey   [ updated Sep 22, 2020, 6:55 AM ]

Subscriptions are now due for the season 2020-2021 and can be paid through our Easypayment+ platform at the following link

Membership costs are as follows:

First Child €230 
Second Child €180 
 Third Child€120
Fourth Child €100 
 Academy 2014-2017€100 

Payments for First Second, Third and Fourth Child can be paid over 3 monthly installments.

We understand that during this Covid crisis some people may be experiencing financial difficulties. If you find yourself in this situation please contact your coach or any member of the committee in strictest confidence.

Terriers Academy 2020 - 2021

posted Sep 8, 2020, 3:14 AM by Stephen Lacey   [ updated Sep 8, 2020, 3:21 AM ]

We are delighted to announce the return of our academy for this season 20/21. This season will be a very challenging one as we try to adapt to providing the boys and girls a learning and fun environment with Covid-19 restrictions.

The academy will start back on 12th September as follows
  • Children born 2016/2017:        9am Saturday Mornings in Bushy Park
  • Children born 2014/2015         10am Saturday morning in Bushy Park
The academy for the moment will only run on Saturday mornings and will be based outdoor in Bushy Park for the whole season. The season will run from 12th September until the end of June 2021.

The cost for the season will be €100. And this must be paid online through our Easypayment Portal (this will be open in the next few days) 


Our priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of the children and to this end we will be following all the updated advice from the HSE and the FAI.

  • Children should bring their own sanitiser to training
  • Children will be divided into pods based on age
  • One parent may attend training and must social distance
  • If your child is sick or has returned from a non Green country recently they must isolate for 14 days before returning to training.
  • Children should bring their own labelled water bottle
  • No spitting is allowed
  • Children should not car pool and should arrive at training ready to play.
  • Changing rooms etc will not be open.
  • We will require contact details for every child in attendance. We will populate a contact register and roll call every week. 
If your child has a football, can they please bring it to training. Please write their name on it.

Please sign our Contact register at the link below

Latest advice from the FAI can be found here :

Soccer Sisters Easter Camp

posted Mar 13, 2017, 9:14 AM by Stephen Lacey   [ updated Mar 13, 2017, 9:14 AM ]

Terenure Rangers are delighted to be hosting the Aviva Soccer Sisters Camp in Bushy Park this Easter.

The Camp is on Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th April in Bushy Park from 10am to 2pm.

All girls will receive top quality coaching from FAI accredited coaches and will receive an exclusive Soccer Sisters Kit and football.

Cost only €30 with discounts for sisters.

Full details and Booking at

Childrens Officers Wanted

posted Feb 23, 2017, 8:36 AM by Stephen Lacey   [ updated Feb 23, 2017, 8:42 AM ]

Terenure Rangers is currently looking for two volunteers to fill the posts of Childrens Officer. 

The role of the Children’s Officer is one of the most important in the Club. They represent the voice of the child and their job is to help ensure that the Club has a child-focused emphasis at all times, and that the voice of the child is not lost in the wilderness of the Club trying to achieve footballing success

The appointment of Club Children’s Officers is an essential element in the creation of a quality atmosphere in any club. They act as a resource to members with regard to children’s issues and also ensure that children have a voice in the running of the club and can freely talk of their experiences. All clubs are required to have a Children’s Officer in place and appropriate training will be made available to them through the FAI in conjunction with the Local Sports Partnerships and The Irish Sports Council. All affiliated Clubs and Leagues are required to appoint Children’s Officers.

The Children’s Officer should have the following functions:

  • To promote the FAI’s Code of Ethics & Good Practice
  • To influence policy and practice and to prioritise children’s needs
  • To ensure that children know how and whom they can report their concerns to within the club. Information disclosed by a child should be dealt with in accordance with the Department of Health and Children’s Guidelines “Children First”
  • To encourage the participation of parents/guardians in club activities
  • To co-operate with parents to ensure that each child enjoys his/her participation in soccer
  • To act as a resource with regard to best practice in children’s soccer
  • To report regularly to the Club Management Committee
  • To monitor changes in membership and follow up any unusual dropout, absenteeism or club transfers by children or coach/volunteers

Children’s Officers do not have the responsibility of investigating or validating child protection concerns within the club and have no counselling or therapeutic role. This responsibility lies with the Health Boards and Gardai.

If you are interested in finding out more please contact Stephen Lacey on 086 8159889 or

Online Registration and Subscription is now open for 2017

posted Feb 17, 2017, 7:40 AM by Stephen Lacey   [ updated Feb 17, 2017, 7:40 AM ]

Our online registration and payment system is now open for 2017 subscriptions.

This year the boys leagues have moved to a Calendar year so boys will be paying for the full year.

The Girls Leagues are still Running from Sept - June so the girls will pay half the subscription to cover Jan - June 2017.

Juvenile (No Referees): €100 for Girls    €200 for boys 
Youth (with Referees): €110 for Girls   €220 for bots

We also have  Family Plans with significant discounts for family members and the ability to pay in installments.

Due to the different league seasons we were not able to display all the family Plan Options on the systems. If you have a mix of boys and girls registering or large families please contact Stephen on and he will sort out your registration.

Payments and registrations can be made now by credit or debit card. To register please click the "Join Here - Easy Payments Plus" button on the home page.

Bushy Park Unplayable 4th - 5th February

posted Feb 2, 2017, 6:07 AM by Stephen Lacey   [ updated Feb 2, 2017, 6:07 AM ]

Due to the weather Bushy Park is currently unplayable and there will be no matches in Bushy this weekend 4th/5th February.

Garda Vetting

posted Sep 30, 2016, 3:22 AM by Stephen Lacey   [ updated Sep 30, 2016, 3:25 AM ]

It is now law that anyone working with children 18 years or younger need to be Garda Vetted.Garda vetting has been an FAI Rule for all those working with children and or vulnerable persons (in a paid or voluntary capacity) for a number of years now. Please see FAI Rule 75 and the FAI Child Welfare Policy for more information. If you are not Garda vetted through the FAI, you should not undertake any work in a paid or voluntary capacity with children or vulnerable persons in football.

Click here to apply for Garda Vetting 

Girls Summer Academy 2016

posted Jun 2, 2016, 7:44 AM by Stephen Lacey   [ updated Jun 5, 2016, 11:01 AM ]

Girls Summer Academy

Free Sunday Morning Soccer Academy for girls.

Download Flyer below.

U14 Girls win the Double

posted May 25, 2016, 2:16 AM by Stephen Lacey   [ updated May 25, 2016, 2:17 AM ]

Congratulations to our U14 Girls who this year have completed the double by winning the league and the cup. Rob, Liam and Declan have put a hugh amount of work in this year and standard of play from the whole team has been fantastic. 

U14 Girls in League Decider this Sunday

posted May 13, 2016, 4:41 AM by Stephen Lacey   [ updated May 13, 2016, 4:41 AM ]

Our U14 grils have a very important match this Sunday against Stamullen this Sunday
15th May to decide the League Winner. The match is on in Bushy at 1pm.
All support welcome.

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