Welcome to Annagh United FC

Annagh United are a Northern Ireland football club playing in the Irish League, Championship 2. The club, founded in 1963, hails from Portadown, County Armagh and plays their home matches at their Tandragee Road ground. The home club colours are all red with white.

The first team are managed by Dean Smith, Alan Murphy and Darragh Pedan and the backroom staff is completed by physio Stevie Rice and attendant Jason Hepburn.

The club also run a Championship reserve team who this season will feature in a purpose made Championship Reserve League with Paul Matchet managing the outfit. Annagh Utd have also entered an Under 18’s in the Mid Ulster Youth League. Read more about the club.

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Latest News from Under the Bridge...


  • Annagh United are a Northern Ireland football club playing in the Irish League, Championship 2. The club, founded in 1963, hails from Portadown, County Armagh and plays their home matches at their Tandragee Road ground. The club are delighted to announce that plans are in place to develop a state of the art 3G pitch at Tandragee RoaFodor the start of the 2013/14 season. Construction commenced on Tuesday at Tandragee Road on Annagh United’s new 3G Pitch. The project which secured funding from Sport Northern Ireland will include floodlighting enabling the Northern Ireland Football League Championship 2 side to train at their own facility while also offering the venue to the wider community for hire. We are already planning a giveaway for the Pitch opening day. The first 100 entrants will be given a raffle ticket to win. No cost for entry. Just show up and ask for your raffle ticket to be entered into the giveaway. Bookings for the pitch are already coming in thick and fast . Anyone wishing to make a booking should contact the club. We will continue to add news and photograph of the latest developments.


     

  • For our players, the answer is yes. This year began an experiment in recovery and performance using compression garments of all types, from compression socks to compression sleeves. The results? Compression socks are your best option for leg support when recovering from a hard training session. After 25 times on the pitch, we found players with more leg and foot support recovered better for the next training session. We are currently negotiating with ComproGear to get compression socks for all players.


     

  • Annagh United are a Northern Ireland football club playing in the Irish League, Championship 2. The club, founded in 1963, hails from Portadown, County Armagh and plays their home matches at their Tandragee Road ground. The home club colours are red and white.


     

  • Annagh United players are starting on a new strength and conditioning regimen that is non sport specific. The specific regimen includes all aspects of lifestyle. Even nutrition has been changed. Our staff registered dietician will be going over strategies for weight reduction. Supplements are being upgraded, with most players being switched from a traditional once-daily multivitamin to a full spectrum of supplements. Conditioning will move from 1x per week to 3x per week. Since rest is such an important component, players are encouraged to get 8-10 hours of sleep each night. We hope these new conditioning and lifestyle upgrades will support additional wins in the upcoming season.


     

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