Soccer in Bandon began at the turn of the 20th century. However, it was around 1950 that a team was entered into a league. They were entered into the AUL division 3. The Club, known as Bandon AFC lasted from 1950-1955. Between 1955 and 1970, soccer was non-existent in the town. In 1970, there was a resurrection of Bandon AFC. Read more…
Volunteers are the life and soul of every GAA Club. The GAA is unrivalled in terms of the number of volunteers that provide endless hours of service to the Association’s many GAA Clubs. Throughout the world, GAA volunteers undertake the administration of clubs, coaching of teams, washing of jerseys, the lining of playing pitches, the transportation of players to and Read more…
Bandon Rugby Football Club was established in 1882. The Rugby Club facilities, which comprise a Pavilion, 4 full size pitches and an All Weather Pitch and is located a mile on the Clonakilty side of Bandon Town at Oldchapel. Oldchapel has been the Club’s base since 1982, when in the centenary year of the Club the dream of many members Read more…
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