We offer opportunities to participate in sport and strive to be the best we can be as individuals and as a club. A strong emphasis is placed on coaching and development.
Our primary focus is to develop players on and off the football pitch through a holistic programme that includes technical, physical, tactical, psychological and social strands.
The holistic, wraparound approach to developing players across the football section includes a bespoke coaching curriculum delivered by UEFA A, B and C licenced coaches; a fully embedded Physical Preparation Programme; access to physiotherapy and sports massage; performance analysis via VEO; social "Deload Weeks"; international trips; entry into local, national and international tournaments; quarterly "Triple Win" reviews with the player-coach-parent; nutritional guidance and advice and a tailored development pathway which allows players to reach their potential through our Player and Coach Development Partnership with Crusaders FC.
Our Senior section continues to grow with over 70 signed players who train twice weekly across five teams: Firsts, Seconds, Thirds, U18's and Titans.
The 1st team plays in Division 1C of the Northern Amateur Football League
The 2nd Team plays in 3B of the Northern Amateur Football League
The 3rd Team plays in the Ballymena League
The Titans are our recently formed an over 35’s team
Established in 2019, Ladies football at Greenisland continues to expand.
The Ladies team plays in Division 4 of NI Women’s FA League
We have a Girls Section for U12’s who train weekly and play matches.
We have numerous Youth Teams from age U12 to U16 who compete both nationally in the NIBA National League and locally in the South Belfast Youth League.
Our Foundation section allows children the opportunity to take part in the Irish Football Association’s Small Sided Games Program, starting at U6 and progressing to U11. We also have an introductory section called the Munchkins.
Our Bears Section offer opportunities for ambulant males and females aged 6 to 16 with a learning and/or physical disability to become involved in football.