Congratulations to Portadown U18 on winning the Euro Electrix Mid Ulster Youth Cup Final. Commiserations to Newry City U18, who had played well to reach the final, which was staged before a healthy crowd at Armagh City’s Holm Park.
Congratulations to Cleary Celtic on winning the Euro Electrix Ivan Marshall Mid Ulster Shield. Commiserations to Portadown BBOB, who also played their part in a fine final, before a sizeable crowd creating a rousy atmosphere at Armagh City’s Holm Park.
Congratulations to Warrenpoint Town on winning the Euro Electrix Mid Ulster Cup trophy for the second time in their history. Commiserations to Annagh United, who also played their part in a great final, before a sizeable crowd creating a fine noisy atmosphere at Armagh City’s Holm Park.
Congratulations to Rathfriland Rangers Reserves on winning the Euro Electrix Gerald Kennedy Cup to secure both MUFA Jnr trophies to their possession, which includes the Mid Ulster Shield, overcoming a strong Killeavy United in the Friday night Final, 22 October 2021, at Armagh City’s Holm Park before a sizeable crowd.
Congratulations to Mid Ulster Ladies on retaining the Euro Electrix Ladies Mid Ulster Cup, overcoming a spirited Camlough Rovers in the Friday night, 24 September 2021, Final at Armagh City’s Holm Park before a sizeable crowd, which included FIFA Vice President David Martin.
Congratulations to Dollingstown on winning the Euro Electrix Bob Radcliffe Cup to put the Divisional Intermediate Cup of the MUFA in their current trophy cabinet alongside the National Intermediate Cup.
With pressures on referee numbers across the country and games being called off as a result, the Mid Ulster FA would continue to call for club referees to get qualified and then teams at least at a lower level of the football pyramid have the chance to agree a referee to get games played.
The Euro-Electrix Ivan Marshall Mid Ulster Shield kicks off this Saturday, 25 September 2021, with some interesting ties, not least the Mid Ulster League Division 1 leaders, Newmills, travelling to current second placed team and reigning League champions, Ballyoran, who are also former Shield winners and our reigning Gerald Kennedy Cup champions.
The Euro Electrix Senior Mid Ulster Cup kicks off on Tuesday, 7 September 2021. This includes last season's finalists, 2019-20 winners Loughgall, hosting Tandragee Rovers, in turn fresh themselves from an impressive early Radcliffe Cup win at Hanover.
Reigning Euro Electrix Bob Radcliffe Cup Champions, NIFL PIL joint leaders Armagh City, host MUFL Intermediate A team Kilkeel's Valley Rangers, on Saturday 11 September 2021 in Round 1 of the 2021-22 competition.
Reigning Euro Electrix MUFA Gerald Kennedy Cup Champions, Ballyoran, kick off the 2021 competition away to Newry & Carnbane League team, Ballyholland, on Saturday afternoon, 7 August 2021.
The Reigning Euro Electrix Ladies Mid Ulster Cup Champions, Mid Ulster Ladies, kick off the 2021 competition at their Cookstown Mid Ulster Arena base on Friday evening, 30 July 2021, against Ambassadors Ladies.
At the weekend’s MUFA AGM in Banbridge, the MUFA Officer Positions of Secretary and Treasurer saw re-election again for Brian Larkin and Colin McCullough respectively, for the 21/22 season ahead. The 12 elected MUFA Council positions also saw re-election.
To his surprise at the weekend's MUFA AGM in Banbridge, Noel McClure was presented with the prestigious Ivan Marshall MUFA Merit Award Trophy for his outstanding services to Mid Ulster Football and beyond for many decades.
The Mid Ulster FA would thank all its clubs and people for great support throughout a challenging 20/21 pandemic and lockdown time, including some great charitable efforts for local communities.
Congratsto Mid Ulster & Coagh raised Stuart Dallas, and again Leeds player of the year, on captaining Northern Ireland for this last week in NI’s end of season internationals.
Congratulations are extended to both Dungannon Swifts (U-18) and Loughgall (U-18) both of whom reached the final of this season’s Euro Electrix Mid Ulster Youth Cup competition.
Video highlights of the Euro Electrix Mid Ulster Youth Cup Final between Dungannon Swifts u18s and Loughgall u18s.
Video highlights of the Euro Electrix Bob Radcliffe Cup Final between Armagh City and Rathfriland Rangers.
Video highlights of the Euro Electrix Bob Radcliffe Cup Final between Glenavon and Loughgall.
In what is a traditional Boxing Day showpiece the Euro Electrix Bob Radcliffe Cup Final was delayed this season until May (2021).
Glenavon won the Euro Electrix Mid Ulster Cup after defeating holders Loughgall 1-0 at Mourneview Park on Saturday 22 May 2021, with a 2nd half Josh Doyle headed goal, while Loughgall’s centre back Ben Murdock won the Man of the Match in a tight game.
The draw has been made for the Semi Finals of the Euro Electrix Mid Ulster Cup.
At the last meeting of the Mid Ulster FA it was decided to cancel the Mid Ulster Shield competition for this season (2020-21) due to the ongoing covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
The draw has taken place for the first round of the Euro Electrix Mid Ulster Cup.
The draw has taken place for the second round of the Euro Electrix Bob Radcliffe Cup.
The Mid Ulster Football Association are requesting nominations for the annual prestigious Ivan Marshall Memorial Merit Award.
Rathfriland Rangers Reserves won the Mid Ulster Shield after defeating Coalisland Athletic 2-1 at Holm Park.
It was a fantastic night for Loughgall FC as they overcame a youthful Glenavon side with a late winner from 2-goal hero Nathaniel Ferris to lift the Euro Electrix Mid Ulster Cup after a 3-2 victory!
Video highlights of the Bob Radcliffe Cup Final between Rathfriland rangers and Dungannon Swifts U20's.
This seasons MUFA Christmas Dinner was held at Dungannon Swifts Football Club.
Rathfriland Rangers defeated Dungannon Swifts U20's on penalties in a nail biting final to win the 2019/20 Bob Radcliffe Cup.
The Mid-Ulster FA’s very own Elaine Junk recently won the prestigious People’s Award at this season’s McDonald’s Irish FA Grassroots Football Awards gala presentation ceremony which took place at Belfast City Hall late in 2018.