At the VEC Awards night in Brady’s Terenure, Neill Love was selected by his peers as VEC first team player-of-the-year, while Paddy Cook was the VEC 2nd’s player-of-the-year. Paddy was also the Club’s top goal scorer for the second season in a row. Congratulations Neill & Paddy! More here.

Joey’s Landmark 250th Goal for VEC!

Last Saturday in the ETB (VEC) Sportsgrounds in Terenure against AGP FC in the Premier Division of the UCFL, our own Joey Byrne netted his landmark 250th goal for the Club. What an achievement! What a milestone!

It took the legendry Wayne Rooney 546 games playing for Manchester Utd. to achieve that milestone; whereas Joey has achieved that after playing in just 432 official games for VEC FC, having made his debut on 21st August 2004 against St. Canice’s Utd. in Terenure. Read Joey’s achievements over those 18 seasons here.

Big Thanks!

Thanks to Ray Brady (pictured with VEC’s Tom Wrynne and Dave Spring) and the team at Bradys Pub Terenure who generously sponsored 2 new sets of jerseys to celebrate VEC’s 50th Anniversary.

It all started in Summer 1974, when an application was made by the newly-formed V.E.C. Football Club to the United Churches Football League of Ireland (UCFL) and V.E.C. FC were immediately accepted into the top division. Then on the 7th September 1974, the club played its first official game: it was a Barton Shield match played in Terenure against St. Maelruan’s from Tallaght. Dave Spring wore the no. 11 shirt in that first game!

VEC P-o-t-Y Awards

Congrats to Jefferson and Seán who received their Player-of-the-Year awards for Season 2022-2023 last night.
Jeff appeared in 28 of VEC’s 30 first team games last season, bagging 6 goals from right back in a marauding season of top performances for the club.
In his debut season for the club, Seán immediately became an integral part of the 2nd team’s midfield as they mounted a strong league challenge.

VEC Embark on 50th Season!

The V.E.C. football club was founded in April 1974 by members of the administrative staff working in the City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee. In June 1974 the Club applied to the United Churches Football League of Ireland and was immediately accepted for the top division. We have remained in the top division of the league every single year since. A remarkable and unique achievement! Here are the divisions for the 2023-20224 season:

New Players Welcome

V.E.C. Football Club is embarking on our 50th season playing in the top (Premier) Division in the UCFL. We would particularly welcome new players, so if you believe that you have the ability and are ready for a fresh challenge with a long established and successful club, DM us on FB or just join us in pre-season training in the ETB (VEC) Sportsgrounds in Terenure every Tuesday at 6.45pm.

Kev Ties the Knot!

Congratulations to former VEC player and manager Kevin O’Hanlon who married former Dublin football star Dr. Noelle Healy in a lavish summer wedding in the capital over the June bank holiday weekend. As reported on, “the footballer’s new husband looked suave, swapping a basic tux for a grey jacket and navy trousers”. See full article. More about Kev here.