Fan and Community Programme

Ryan Flood of Finn Harps leads the mascots and team onto the pitch at Finn Park. July 2023

Finn Harps are dedicated to using our unique status as the only senior club in Donegal to create initiatives which highlight the positive benefits of supporting live football, while using our platform to generate awareness around important local causes.

We work with charities, local agencies and community groups to create enjoyable and engaging activities which make everyone feel they are part of the football experience.

It has been our pleasure to work with a variety of organisations including Donegal Down Syndrome, Grow Donegal, WeCare Foodbank and Donegal Road Safety Working Group. We look forward to announcing further community partnerships in the near future.


Younger Fans

There was a fantastic response to our launch of a personalised primary season ticket for just €5 from children throughout the North West. Our motto is that football is more than a TV show and it has been great to see so many families with younger children enjoying live action matches at Finn Park this season.

The club are also delighted to welcome many secondary schools as our guests on match nights and the atmosphere would not be same without our gallant flag bearers representing children’s teams from across the county.

Following the lifting of restrictions, the Finn Harps Schools Programme team are back organising on-site coaching, mini tournaments and bringing healthy lifestyle messaging to primary schools.



If you have any queries about match nights at Finn Park or Finn Harps in the community please contact our Community Officer Ann Kelly on [email protected]