Niall Signs For Glenavon

Niall Grace has agreed a 3 year deal with Glenavon FC. The club are grateful for Niall’s contribution during his time at ‘Stute and we are saddened to see him go. We wish Niall the very best for his future career. A top class player and a great lad. Good luck Niall.

Under 20’s Go For The Title Again

Our U20’s have their last league game against Dundela at Prehen tomorrow (Sat). KO is 12.00 and our lads have a 3 point lead and +6 goal difference. It’s an opportunity to win the title for the second year in succession. Let’s get out there and cheer them on.

Championship and Promotion licences

Institute FC are pleased to announce that we have been granted Championship and Promotion licences to play in the NIFL Danske Bank Premiership for the 2018-2019 season. We are delighted at this vote of confidence from the governing body following our clubs outstanding performance in the NIFL Bluefin Championship this season.

Institute Clinch the League!

Institute went into today’s game at Wilton Park against Loughall, needing only one point to secure the league title and with it promotion to the Premier League. The first half started with Niall Grace having a goal ruled out for not crossing the line. The first half, both teams showed fight and determination as each...
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Chairman’s Address

What a season! It’s hard to know what else to say at the moment as there are still a few scenarios to play out. If Portadown manage to beat Newry tonight, we will be Champions. If not, we may need three points from our two remaining games. That could happen tomorrow at Wilton Park against...
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Article from Supporters are the lifeblood of our clubs and the NI Football League wants to hear from you! As part of the NI Football League Vision 2020 Development Plan, NIFL made a commitment to consult with key stakeholders on the future strategic direction of the league. Through our ongoing consultation we want feedback from supporters...
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Fixtures Update – The Run In

Our away fixture that was postponed with the Welders has been rescheduled. Our run-in is now as follows- Saturday 14th April- Loughgall (A) Tuesday 17th April- H&W Welders (A) 7:15pm K.O Saturday 21st April- Loughgall (H) Saturday 28th April- Portadown (H)

Condolence Notice

The club has been made aware of the tragic and untimely passing of David Spence, husband of Alison Spence and father of Macauley and Jodie. David passed away yesterday in the Royal Victoria Hospital. Funeral details will be posted here as soon as arrangements have been made. In the meantime our heartfelt condolences go out...
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Change of fixtures details

This week’s game against Portadown has been switched to Shamrock Park on Friday night. KO is at 7.45 pm. Portadown will come to us on last day of the season (28th April). Bus leaving Coffee Stop at 4.00 pm this Friday.

UEFA Natural Disasters Appeal Fund

Institute Football Club have been awarded just over 160,000 Euro from the UEFA Natural Disasters Appeal Fund. This award is the culmination of a lot of hard work by both Institute FC and the Irish FA. Club Chairman Bill Anderson commented ‘This is great news. I am delighted for everyone associated with the club. Progress...
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Match Report: Institute 1 vs. Ballyclare Comrades 0

After a disappointing home defeat, that ended today’s home side’s long unbeaten run, Institute today took on fellow promotion rivals, Ballyclare Comrades at the Limavady Showgrounds. The first half was a very even affair, with both teams cancelling out each other’s attempt to dominate the game. ‘Stute created a series of opportunities throughout the first...
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Marty Number 1 For January!

Marty Gallagher has been awarded the NIWFA player of the month.   ‘Stute recorded 4 wins and a draw in January, conceding only 3 goals.  Marty’s  heroics against Newry City; saving a penalty and kept a clean sheet after one of his defenders was sent off in the first 5 mins, was arguable his stand out...
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Reflection on yesterday’s cup defeat.

High flying Coleraine caught Championship leaders Institute on the back foot early on but except for a poor 20 minute spell, when Coleraine scored three early goals, the Stute lads showed their characteristic resilience and where unlucky not to score on a couple of occasions before half time. The second half was a much more...
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Irish Cup – Coleraine v Institute

We would like to advise all our supporters that the players will be travelling by car tomorrow and the supporters club have elected to travel by train. There are trains leaving Londonderry at 11.38, 12.38 and 13.38 and travel time to Coleraine station is approximately 40 minutes. For the homeward journey, trains will be leaving...
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Rest and Recuperation Session

Pictures from last nights rest and recuperation session in advance of Saturdays Irish Cup game against Coleraine. Following a punishing schedule in January, we are grateful to the White Horse Hotel and Leisure Centre for hosting this session.
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