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Summer Camps 2024

☀️ Summer Camp Schedule at Swords Celtic☀️

Hi Everyone,

We have a wide range of camps taking place in the summer. It’s a fantastic opportunity for your little footballer to get additional contact hours to practise their football skills, all while making new friends outdoors in the sun.

We would highly encourage all our members to sign up for as many as possible!

To make it easier for families, we have made a comparative list with all dates/times/costs of all camps happening at Swords Celtic this summer.

Bookings can be made on the following links below:

Lil’ Olympians Camps

FAI Camps

Training 121 Camps

Thank you!

DatesHost OrganisationTimesCostIncluded
July 1st – July 4thLil’ Olympians10am-2:30pm€80Football
July 8th – July 12thFAI10am-1pm€75


July 29th – August 1stLil’ Olympians10am-2:30pm€80Football
August 5th – August 9th – GIRLS ONLYFAI10am-1pm€75


August 6th – August 8thTraining 12110am-1pm€100X
August 12th – August 15thLil’ Olympians10am-2:30pm€80Football
August 19th – August 23rdFAI10am-1pm€75



Swords Celtic join as Bohemian FC Academy Affiliate Club

Swords Celtic is delighted to announce a new pathway partnership with the Bohemian FC Academy.

In an exciting time with a renewed focus on player development in the country, Swords Celtic’s partnership with Bohemians will begin next season and will see both institutions collaborate on coach and player development, along with other affiliate clubs, to provide a pathway to senior League of Ireland football.

Swords Celtic Director of Coaching Valentin Laszlo said: 

We are delighted to be partnering with Bohemians for the future development of our players and coaches.

“Bohs felt like the perfect match as they echo a lot of the values we share at Swords Celtic. Both clubs believe in developing young people to be footballers, but also raising them to be functional people within society, which both clubs have shown by investing heavily in their boys, girls and football-for-all sections.

“The standard of the Bohs underage League Of Ireland set-up was also a key aspect of our partnership, as we believe our most talented players need to continue their footballing education at a club with a proven track record of developing young players once upon leaving us.

“Former Swords players such as Nickson Okosun have shone throughout the ages at Bohs, earning opportunities at first-team level and call-ups for the Irish underage setup. This is a huge motivation for our young players to see a visible pathway that matches their own ambitions.

“Everyone at the club received the news with great impressions, and we look forward to working with Craig and everyone at Bohemian FC.”

Bohemian FC Head of Academy Craig Sexton said:

“There are already so many Bohemians members and supporters in Swords and further afield in north county Dublin. It is extremely important for us as a club and as an academy to strengthen our links with those areas and to provide a pathway for aspiring young footballers who live there. 

“The growth of our model is a significant step in an exciting time for player development in this country. We want to work together on club, coach and player developments with every affiliate we partner with.

“We want to have a visible and proactive presence with all affiliate clubs and we cannot wait to get working closely with Swords Celtic, and all the clubs who have joined us as in our new academy structure, in the new year.”

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