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Baldoyle United FC is a football club located on the North East coast of Dublin close to Sutton and Howth. The club currently has 27 teams playing in the North Dublin Schoolboys League (NDSL), Metropolitan Girls League (MGL) and Leinster Senior League. The club also has a Junior Academy for boys and girls age 4–8. Baldoyle United clubhouse, with private grass pitch and astro is located at Brookstone Road Baldoyle Dublin 13. The club also plays matches at Racecourse Park and Seagrange Road, Baldoyle.

The club colours: Green and White hooped shirts, white shorts and green socks.  Change colours are usually red shirts, white shorts and red socks.

The club has been providing continuous football in Baldoyle since 1969.

In 2016 the club’s progress and commitment to the community was recognised by the FAI, when it received a Community Club of the Year award, and by Fingal County Council when it won the Community Group of the Year Award.


Baldoyle is located north east of the city, and borders Donaghmede, which was formed from its western part, Portmarnock, Sutton and Bayside. It can be accessed from the coast road from Dublin to Howth, which includes a cycle track, from Sutton Cross via Station Road, or from Donaghmede, or Portmarnock. 

Baldoyle is served by Dublin Bus and Irish Rail, the latter currently via the Sutton and Bayside stations on the Howth Branch of the DART, and by Clongriffin station on the Northern Branch, which is also the Dublin-Belfast main line. The railway line functions as the western boundary of the area. 

Areas neighbouring Baldoyle are Sutton, Bayside, Portmarnock and Donaghmede, including Clongriffin.

The district name derives from baile meaning town and dubh-ghaill meaning "dark (-haired) stranger", the name given by the Gaels to the Danes to distinguish them from the Norwegians or "fair (-haired) strangers" (finn-ghaill) who first settled in Ireland in 841-842.[2] While it is sometimes rendered as "Doyle's town" with reference to the personal name Doyle which itself derives from dubh-ghaill, there is no evidence for this usage

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