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We will take our lead from the government, Rand Central and SAFA and keep you all updated to any changes going forwards. Member clubs have been requested to submit all their team entries for the season so that the RCLFA may formulate the various age groups leagues and that as soon as the RCLFA are able to start our leagues, they are ready to proceed.
Buy your ticket and be part of the jouney we are about to start again. On behalf of the Club and as a thank you for your loyal support of the Club over the very difficult times we find ourselves.
I will be having a one-off Draw for all members who have stuck with us throughout the year. This has helped the Club greatly with monthly contributions being passed directly to Club.
All members who have paid by Direct Debit or Cash members who have fully paid up in advance including all Players and Staff who have generously continued with their monthly payments throughout the year will be included in the exclusive draw.
The draw will take place on Sunday 18th October , with a full return to normal in November. Antrim Shield Quarter Final.
Antrim Shield at the quarter final stage when they lost heavily to Larne at Inver Park. The game started brightly and both sides looked up for the game.
An early shout for a Crusaders penalty was turned down while Aidan Wilson and Gary Thompsons did well in defence to keep Larne from scoring and Adam Leckey went close on 15 minutes when his header just went the wrong side of the post.
Crusaders where lucky on 26 minutes when they managed to eventually clear a goalmouth scramble as both sides kept the tempo at a high pace.
Larne started to take a firm grip and Ronan Hale had a shot blocked on 32 minutes before Adam Leckey responded a minute later with a turn and shot that went wide from a tight angle.
The game though lit up when Larne opened the scoring. A move down the wing resulted in Martin Donnelly receiving the ball, controlling and then scoring from 19 yards into the top corner leaving Gerard Doherty no chance.
Crusaders where then hit with a second goal just 4 minutes later. A corner came in and Albert Watson powered a header home at the back post and it was Larne in a half that had been evenly based just minutes before.
With no further action the half ended Larne. The second half started like the first ended with another Larne goal after 2 minutes.
The ball was passed into the box and Rodney Brown was alleged to half tripped a Larne player in the box and the ref although he had waved play on decided to change his mind to award a penalty.
When things calmed down Andy Mitchell stepped up and slotted the ball home to make it Larne after 48 minutes. Paul Heatley tried to hit back but his cross was cut out by Conor Devlin and within two minutes Crusaders went behind.
This time a quick counter attack saw a ball played in behind Rodney Brown and Ronan Hale ran in and clipped the ball over Gerard Doherty from close range.
Both sides kept going and Ross Clarke crashed a lomg range effort off the post before sub Jordan Owens spurned a great chance when he headed directly at Conor Devlin when in a good position.
Gerard Doherty made a good save with 10 minutes to go and as the game came to an end Jordan Forsythe had two efforts that where off target.
The ref soon after blew the whistle to end the game and Crusaders where out of the Shield. Crusaders will put the disappointment behind them and now look to the opening game of the Danske Bank Premiership season against Warrenpoint Town at Milltown on Saturday 17th.
Three title challengers will do battle over two games in four days next month in front of a UK audience as Coleraine travel to Crusaders and then later in the same week welcome champions Linfield to the Ballycastle Road.
Tuesday 10 November - Crusaders v Coleraine kick-off: 7. It will be the first time that Danske Bank Premiership fixtures have been streamed live and will mean that games will be available to fans in Northern Ireland unable to go to matches due to the ongoing restrictions caused by the COVID19 pandemic.
Friday October 23 — Crusaders v Cliftonville — 7. Friday October 30 — Linfield v Crusaders — 7. Larne FC have confirmed that Crusaders supporters will be located in the Church End with a limited number of tickets available from 8pm on Sunday evening.
Crusaders FC Board, players and staff send their thoughts and prayers to the family of Raymond Buchanan who sadly passed away last month.
Crusaders will now travel to Larne on Tuesday 13th October, 7. Tickets for Crusaders supporters will be limited with supporters located in the Church End.
Antrim Shield 1st Rd. Antrim Shield 1st Round. Crusaders as expected started strongly and Ross Clarke had the first attempt on goal but his shot was blocked.
Crusaders where awarded a penalty in the 7th minute and new signing Ben Kennedy opened his account for Crusaders with a well taken spot kick and it was Jordan Owens headed straight at the Welders keeper Joe McGovern and Aidan Wilson flicked his header wide as Crusaders put pressure on but it was from the spot again that they doubled the lead.
A foul again on Ross Clarke saw Ben Kennedy get a second chance from the spot and he converted successfully again making it after 19 minutes.
The second half was minutes old when there was a claim for another Crusaders penalty but it was turned down this time. Adam Lecky missed a chance to open his Crusaders account when the ball came off his knee and went wide before Billy Joe Burns side footed blast went not too wide of the post.
Crusaders kept going forward but chance after chance went by and another rare attack by the opposition saw Gerard Doherty easily save Charlie Dornans header while Billy Joe Burns again went close but his shot from close range went high and wide.
The members also unanimously decided to adopt a collegiate approach to ticketing this season to ensure fairness in ticketing arrangements.
With the present capacity of Seaview reduced to , not all members will be able to attend all games. All members including new members will be treated equally and will receive tickets on a rolling register basis for each individual category.
Tickets are non transferable and can be used by the member only. Anyone in breach of this will have their membership cancelled.
Members who cannot attend a game that they receive a ticket for should contact the General Manager on cruesgeneralmanager gmail. This will mean they will move up the register for the next game in the same category.
Members who miss out on a match ticket will be offered tickets for the Danny Hale Suite and The McDonald Centre where the game will be televised on large screens again on a rolling category basis.
Going on previous years levels of membership and attendance trends it is likely that members will miss one in 4 of the category C games, one in three of the category B games and one in two of the category A games.
No match day tickets will be made available to non members due to the crowd restrictions. Members are advised that they are paying a non refundable subscription regardless of any future crowd restrictions or curtailment.
Crusaders Football Club are now in a position to announce a list of pre season friendlies. We hope you can make some if not all as Stephen Baxter and his management team begin prep for the season ahead.
It is certainly a wide variety of opposition from every level and it will give the lads a good start before the new Danske Bank Premiership season begins in August.
The games are as follows. Saturday 29th June Home v Ards 3pm. Thursday 4th July Home v Portadown 7. Saturday 6th July Home v Maiden City 3pm.
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Sean O'Neill. Neil Shields. Michael Ruddy. Walker took over as player-manager in September , two years after his arrival as a player.
One of his first tasks was to apply for re-election as the Crues finished 13th out of 14 clubs. Notable players to begin their association with the club during this era were the likes of Sid Burrows , Glenn Hunter and Kirk Hunter.
At the same time, local businessman Harry Corry , pumped some desperately needed sponsorship money into the club.
As the revival began, southern businessman Tony O'Connell also became involved. There were two further championship titles won and whilst Crusaders also finished runners-up in losing the title on goal difference and In turn, this meant more expeditions into Europe as the Crues took on teams from Switzerland , Denmark , Lithuania and Georgia within a five-year span.
The team of the s is regarded as one of the best in the history of the club, with a large part of the success revolving around the core of Kevin McKeown , Glenn Dunlop , Martin Murray , Sid Burrows , and the attacking duo of Glenn Hunter who would go on to set a club goalscoring record of goals and Stephen Baxter.
The team was affectionately known as the "God Squad", due to the large number of Christians in the playing squad and staff.
Roy Walker suddenly resigned as manager in May , just prior to the club's centenary dinner celebrations at Belfast City Hall.
He was the longest-serving manager in the club's history until surpassed by Stephen Baxter in October Subsequently, a lack of funds saw the Seaview fortunes decline as the decade came to a close, with Dublin-based player-managers Aaron Callaghan and Martin Murray both resigning after one year apiece in charge.
Callaghan managed to lead the club to third place in his sole season in charge, but it would be many years before the Crues would challenge at such a high level again.
Former player Gary McCartney took over the managerial reins in July The team narrowly retained Premier Division status after a nail-biting play-off success over Lisburn Distillery thanks to a hat-trick from veteran Stephen Baxter in May but McCartney resigned just over twelve months later because of the limited budget at his disposal.
Popular veteran defender Alan Dornan was appointed as McCartney's successor at the end of June and the side retained Premier Division status that season under his guidance, although the squad was very inexperienced and often included six or seven teenagers.
The emphasis on youth continued in —04 as the Crues achieved a mid-table finish, an improvement compared to preceding seasons.
Dornan's next season in charge was not as successful. He was sacked just after midway through the season, as the Crues lay at the bottom of the table, despite having guided the team to the County Antrim Shield final, which they lost to Linfield.
Dornan was the first ever Crusaders manager to be sacked. Former striker and fans' favourite Stephen Baxter was appointed as manager but despite an improvement in results, he could not keep the club in the Premier League, with the Crues losing out to Glenavon in a relegation play-off, the first ever Premier League team to lose to a First Division side in the play-offs.
The relegation was the first time Crusaders had ever been relegated from any league, and meant an end to 56 consecutive seasons of senior football.
After their first season back in the top flight after promotion, the Hatchetmen finished in a creditable 6th place, after briefly topping the table at the beginning of the season.
In the —08 season, the Crues finished in 7th position in the League after a somewhat inconsistent start to the season. During —09 season, they finished in the top three of the League for the first time in 10 years.
The club also won their first Irish Cup final since , thanks to a Mark Dickson goal, in a 1—0 victory over Cliftonville at Windsor Park on 9 May This became their permanent venue for home matches in The game was drawn 1—1 with David Rainey scoring on the 89th minute.
The artificial football turf pitch was manufactured by Act Global. They played their first game on the new pitch against Glentoran on 14 November In the —11 season Crusaders challenged Linfield for the league title, after being 13 points behind at one stage.
They ended up as runners up. The Crues then entered the —12 UEFA Europa League and received their biggest draw since the famous game against Liverpool 35 years before, as the side drew Premier League team Fulham in the second qualifying round.
In the home tie the side put up a brave fight, with new signing Timmy Adamson scoring an equalising goal and striking the bar with the score poised at 1—1, before eventually succumbing 1—3.