New President Of IFA Elected

The Irish Football Association (IFA) has elected a new President.

Mr David Martin, who has been Deputy President, Vice President and Treasurer of the Association, was voted in at a council meeting which was held at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park.

He succeeds Jim Shaw who has held the post of President since November 2010.
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Mr Martin said:"I am honoured to have been elected to this role and I look forward to serving the football community across Northern Ireland. It has been a remarkable few weeks for the international team in France and my aim will be to help the Association build on that success and to help grow the game at all levels."


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