Training 2021-22 Schedule

As an integral part of our sporting community, Rosario YFC are delighted and proud to be hosting the second Ethnic Minority Sports Organisation NI (EMSONI), Northern Ireland Confederation Cup in honour of the memory of Noah Donohoe.

The tournament involving 15 Community teams will run over a nine week period each Sunday at Ulidia from 4th July until 22nd August with the Finals taking place on Saturday, 28th August. Click link for fixtures


The Finals Day will also feature a fun filled inter-community festival.
Your support for this initiative would be much appreciated.

A pop-up café and book sale is taking place at Ballynafeigh Methodist Church starting tomorrow Wed-Fri afternoons (11-3pm) and same again next week: Wed-Fri (11-3pm). Donations received for Oxfam and education charity in S.India... All welcome to come along for a cuppa, tray bakes, book browse and even lawn games

Rosario weekly LOTTO Launch - £1000 Jackpot


Our promotional video explains everything...




After a few long, long, long months we have a status update about actual football. Imagine that, this time next week we’ll be back to football. Here’s our April training schedule, your coach/year co-ordinator will be in touch with more details and, of course, your adherence with all our rules and Covid protocols is appreciated in advance. See you (very) soon!

New players welcomed to join our NIWFA and "back in the game" squads - Interested?


Contact Jacqui - 07810183256

Training 2020-21 Schedule

Have you been supporting someone with dementia for some time?

Please join our free 3 week Carers Information Support Programme 2
for people who provide unpaid care and support for someone living with dementia.
We are currently delivering the programme virtually, please find dates below

Course info (pdf)

Do you support someone living with dementia?

Please join our free 4 week Carers Information Support Programme
for people who provide unpaid care and support for someone living with dementia. Topics are Understanding of Dementia, Providing Support and Care, Legal and financial matters and coping day to day.

Course info (pdf)


Throughout the pandemic, your support in following public health guidelines has been vital in reducing the spread of coronavirus. By doing so, you have saved lives. As ‘lockdown’ restrictions are eased, we face the risk of a second wave of infection. We can all help minimise that risk by continuing to support public health measures to control the spread, such as testing and contact tracing.

Testing and contact tracing helps break the chain of transmission of the virus. By identifying people who have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus, and asking them to self-isolate, we can limit the onward spread (reproduction) of the virus. Keeping the reproduction (R) number low allows us to continue moving towards more normal family, working and social lives. Friends and family can see each other, and schools and businesses can reopen. It will also help to protect our health service from being overwhelmed.


Step-by-step guide