This Friday, Kerry FC make their first ever journey to Markets Field in Limerick to take on Treaty United in the SSE Airtricity First Division. Kick off is at 19:45.
Tickets can be pre purchased in advance from www.treatyunitedfc.com
Adults €13, Students €10, OAP €7, Juvenile €7, Under 12s €5
The game will be played in Garryowen in Limerick City. Originally a Gaelic Games ground, it is now an all football stadium with a capacity of just under 5000. Away supporters are housed in the Geraldine Villas end of the ground.
We face Treaty United for the second time this season as we now enter the second quarter of the season. Back in March in Mounthawk Park, an early Sean Kennedy goal was cancelled out by an Enda Curran tap in after 30 minutes. An Andy Quaid red card on the hour mark meant we held on very well to earn our first point of the season
Treaty United, managed by Tommy Barrett, currently sit just one place above us in the league table in 9th; with 7 points after 10 games. The Shannonsiders are off the back of a 1-4 defeat at home to Waterford FC on Monday night in a game which was postponed earlier in the season. Treaty have just one win in 2023, that against Longford Town some 3 weeks ago
View from Kerry FC
After two difficult games against the league’s runaway leaders Galway United and those chasing them Waterford FC, Kerry have a run of games which we were very competitive in during the opening round of games. This is the first double game weekend of the season, as we travel to Cobh on Monday evening with an earlier kick off time of 5pm on the bank holiday.
Jonathan Hannafin limped off in the defeat to Galway United last Friday night and he will be assessed ahead of kick off on Friday. Speaking mid week, Billy said injury fortunes are starting to turn in the right direction for Kerry FC, with many players making their way back into competitive training and competing for places in the squad.