CRUSADERS v LINFIELD
Celebrate Limestone United’s Football Makes Our Shared History
Just under 5000 capacity crowd gave Limestone United a standing ovation when they paraded their FMOSH peace plaque before kick off at the top of the table Northern Ireland Premier match between Crusaders v Linfield.
“It is a great project that brings communities together. The Crusaders are full of respect for Limestone United and how they use football to engage everyone. We are very proud to be a part of Football Makes Ours Shared History” Ronnie Miller, Chairman, Crusaders FC.
Sunday 9th October 2022
FOOTBALL MAKES OUR SHARED HISTORY PEACE CUP
FOOTBALL MAKES OUR SHARED HISTORY exhibition hosted by Limestone United at Seaview Football Grounds Shore Rd Belfast; presented the opportunity for people to view Limestone United’s peace journey exhibition. The Club’s 11 year history illustrated the value of a shared history through football.
Limestone United (Belfast) v Lifehack Project (Creggan L/Derry)
Great day at Seaview yesterday building peace between young people and communities. We hosted our Children’s Football Alliance Football Makes Our Shared History Good Relations Event .Thank you to all the lads from the Creggan ( Lifehack project ) for coming up to take part .We held a photo exhibition to showcase the peace building efforts of our young people over so many years . Some very young faces on show. Thank you to our supporters for attending on the day to get behind all the young people. We intend to build on this event as we bring young people from different backgrounds together to build good relations , shared experiences and build peace .Thank you to the Duncairn Community partnership for supporting this event through the Duncairn Community champions project. Our Champions planned and delivered a very positive and engaging event. Thank you to Ernie from FMOSH for attending.
“Limestone United are the perfect fit for Football Makes Our Shared History. The club is steeped in cross community shared heritage. We are looking forward to the project and championing the game that’s given us great memories and a positive future“. Se Gormley. FMOSH Project Manager
What being a member of the group means
Honesty, Respect, Friendship, Inspiring Others, Positive Leadership.
Why the group is important
Brings people together, gives young people a voice and takes us away from other problems.
The core values of the group
Anti-sectarianism, Equality, Friendship, Trust, Engagement, Community, Active Citizenship.
What becoming involved does for our members
Opens your eyes, gives a realisation of others, opens doors into friendship and uses the medium of sport to build good relations in Lower North Belfast area.