UUJ FC is an intermediate football club based at the University of Ulster Jordanstown in N. Ireland.
Our senior Saturday team (consisting of students and non-students) competes in the Northern Amateur Football League's Division 1A, our second string play in the top reserve division and our U18s play their games in the IFA Youth League.
Our Wednesday student teams continue to enjoy success in the Irish Universities Leagues and the Collingwood Cup. UUJ FC enjoys some of the best facilities in Ireland (with multi-surface indoor and outdoor pitches, a High Performance Fitness Suite and a Wellness Centre that includes plunge pool, Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna).
UUJ FC welcomes players from all backgrounds and we're constantly on the look out for quality footballers for our 1st and 2nd Saturday teams.
Training takes place on the grass pitches outside the Sports Reception at the University of Ulster at Jordanstown on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7pm. Please feel free to join us for training.
Latest news01/09/2011 - UUJ Irish Cup Draw
UUJ have been drawn at home to Dunmurry Rec in the 1st Round of the JJB Irish Cup, who had a great run last year, taking eventual winners Linfield to a replay in the 6th Round. The game will be a 1.30pm kick off at the Factory Grounds. If you are fan of sports betting, then we recommend you to do it at bet365 PS
25/08/2011 - UUJ kick off their season
The UUJ Youth Team got their season under way with a draw against Colin Valley. The speedy forward Ryan McHugh marked his debut with a fine goal, scoring within 30 seconds of his first appearance in the Blue and Black stripes. Despite dominating possession for most of the game, UUJ failed to make it count and a Colin Valley counter attack led to them levelling the scores. Manager Joe Richardson still remains optimistic for the season ahead and feels there is more to come from his talented squad. JR
24/08/2011 - UUJ stumble in the league
UUJ lost their first game of the season, going down 2-1 away from home to Wellington Rec in the League. Anto Stuart got on the score sheet again but the UUJ management will be very unhappy that the team did not come away with something from this game after they dominated proceedings, failing to capitalise on a number of goal scoring opportunities. Next up on Saturday is an away trip to Mossley FC in the 2nd round of the Steel & Sons Cup.PS
24/08/2011 - Junior Shield Draw
UUJ II's have been handed a home match against Suffolk Swifts in the first round of the Junior Shield. Match to be held on the 1st October 2011. ES
25/07/2011 - New UUJ FC Official Website
Welcome to our brand new website, home of UUJ FC. Here you will find all the information you need about our club. We will keep you updated regularly with fixtures, results, club news and much more. We hope you enjoy the site. DM
02/07/2011 - Pre-Season Training
Training starts on Saturday 2nd July, on Pitch 3. It is the rop pitch beside the Gaelic Pitch. See you all there. DW
11/06/2011 - End of Season presentations and awards
Once again another season passed with the blink of an eye. For the 2010/11 season, UUJ FC enjoyed a successful year on the pitch.
The first team finished with their highest 1A league position and also enjoyed a fantastic Clarence Cup run reaching the semi-final against Ardglass. The second team consolidated their 3A league status, finishing a healthy mid-table in their first season in the reserve top flight.
First Team: Colm Maxwell underlined why he is one of the league’s best defenders by winning the player’s player of the year award, having scooped the manager’s player of the year the previous season. Sean Walsh, still relatively new to the club, showed why he has a fantastic future ahead of him at UUJ taking both Manager’s player of the year and Top Goal scorer awards. Paul Darby, the UUJ stalwart, collected Clubman of the year for all the fantastic work he puts in behind the scenes. His invaluable contribution to the club does not go un-noticed by his team mates and management.
Second Team: Michael McCluskey, UUJ II goalkeeper, grabbed with both hands the player’s player of the year award. A fantastic debut season for the young ‘keeper who surely has a bright future ahead of him.
Ferghal Brannigan received the Manager’s player of the year award in only his second season with the club. His consistent performances in defence were rewarded with the coveted trophy. Dee Magennis, captaining the side for the first time, finished top goal scorer for the second season running.
A diminutive player with an eye for goal once again reached double figures from midfield. DM