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Premiership team Crystal Palace players including Strikers Kevin Phillips and Dwight Gayle warm up at the RSC before kick off against Waterford United.

Waterford United 0 - 1 Athlone Town.

Aidan Friel.

Crystal Palace Players warming up before Kick-Off.

Crystal Palace players applaud the travelling supporters ahead of their game against Waterford United at the RSC.

Waterford United 0 - 1 Athlone Town.

Philly Gorman.

Premiership Team Crystal Palace players warm up before their game against Waterford United at the RSC.

The Comer Stand, Eamon Deacy Park

Ryan Manning (Galway FC)

The Comer Stand, Eamon Deacy Park

Crystal Palace Striker Kevin Phillips warming up before the game.

Kevin Burns (Waterford Utd)

The Comer Stand, Eamon Deacy Park

Limerick FC 0 - 1 Waterford United


31/8/12 - Jackman Park - Airtricity League Division 1


Photos by : Steve Alfred - 085 1306861 -

A Waterford Athletic Football Club supporter's badge. The three ships are still represented on the club's crest.


Waterford AFC were founded in 1930 and changed their name to Waterford United in 1982. Today, the club represents not only the City of Waterford but also the county and South East region. They currently play in the League of Ireland (First Division).



References: (Waterford United website).



Enamels: 2 (blue & white).

Finish: Gilt originally.

Material: Brass.

Fixer: Stickpin.

Size: ¾” x ¾” or 2” including the pin (about 20mm x 20mm)

Process: Die stamped.

Maker: No maker’s name or mark.


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Picture reproduced with the kind permission of John Waldron.


Cork men Liam Kearney and Alan Carey in Waterford colours look less than delighted with their side's 2-0 victory over Cork City in the Airtricity League First Division.

The Comer Stand, Eamon Deacy Park

Ryan Connolly (Galway FC)

John Frost (Waterford Utd), Jake Keegan (Galway FC)

Enda Curran (Galway FC)

Liam Kearney leaves the field following Waterford's two goal win over Cork City.

Galway FC Mascot

Corkman and Waterford United captain Kevin Murray leaves the field at half time during his side's 2-0 win at his former home ground.

A dejected Mark McNulty leaves the field at Turner's Cross following Cork City's 2-0 defeat to Waterford United.

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