• Supporting Emerging Talent

Football Association of Ireland Sponsorship

Maldron Hotels are proud to sponsor the Football Association of Ireland’s Emerging Talent Programme.

This three years sponsorship with the FAI will provide the necessary funds for coaching, training and match kits for the Emerging Talent Programme’s aspiring young players. This great opportunity has allowed Maldron Hotels to make a considerable contribution to the advancement of young people across Ireland and to help in the development of talent that the coming generation of youth have to offer.

The Emerging Talent Programme aims to improve the quality of players nationwide and provide a stepping-stone for all of those with talent to give and a passion for the game.

“Maldron Hotels is delighted to sponsor this hugely successful programme for the next three years. Young talent needs structure and opportunity to excel and this programme benefits young people from communities all over Ireland, providing wonderful experiences and opportunities to grow and develop their talents.”

Stephen McNally, Deputy Chief Executive of Dalata Hotel Group

“The Emerging Talent Programme has proved to be hugely successful for the development of elite players, so it is fantastic to have the backing of Maldron Hotels for such a worthwhile initiative. When you consider that over 350 players who have been involved with the Emerging Talent Programme have been capped at underage level for the Republic of Ireland, it shows just how pivotal the programme is to nurturing the stars of tomorrow. We look forward to working closely with Maldron Hotels over the coming years to promote Irish football all around the country and, hopefully, celebrate the emergence of the next Robbie Brady.”

John Delaney, CEO of FAI

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