Foyle Harps YFC shirt - Northern Ireland, Derry
Foyle Harps Youth Football Club is a youth football team based in Derry, Northern Ireland. The club was formed in 1918 by players from the Brandywell Bogside area of Derry but over the years this has changed and its base of players now comes from the Shantallow and Galliagh areas of Derry. In 2001 the club amalgamated with Moorfield FC after the latter could no longer sustain its Derry and District League status.
The club is noted for producing players Patrick McCourt, the Celtic winger, Eddie McCallion, currently playing in the League of Ireland for Derry City, and the Finn Harps striker Seamus Browne. Northern Ireland U-23 star and Institute captain, David Ogilby, also had a spell at the club. Also rising star Shane Duffy an Everton youth played for Foyle Harps in his younger days.
Foyle Harps YFC
Northern Ireland, a youth football based in Derry, formed in 1918. Originally from Brandywell Bogside, now most players come from the Shantallow and Galliagh areas of Derry. In 2001 the club amalgamated with Moorfield FC