The club were founded in 2012, and took part in the second season of the revamped Womens National League, taking fifth spot.
From 2014-2018 following a merger with UCD, the club played as UCD Waves; twice finishing second. In 2018 UCD withdrew from the WNL, with DLR Waves revived as a separate club. Graham Kelly’s charges have finished sixth in their last two campaigns and have received a boost with the news that former Republic of Ireland International and ex Wexford Youths player Jess Gleeson has signed for the Waves for this season.
DLR Waves got their revenge on Galway for last week’s defeat in the FAI Cup quarter-final, as they saw off the same opponents 2-0 at Belfield Bowl.(more…)
DLR Waves will be looking to get revenge on Galway after their 1-0 defeat in the FAI Cup last weekend at the hands of tonight’s opponents.(more…)
Chloe Singleton bagged the only goal of the match in Eamonn Deacy Park to scrape Galway WFC past a lively DLR Waves and into the semi-finals of the Evoke.ie FAI Women’s Cup.(more…)
The quarter finals of the FAI Women’s cup are upon us as DLR Waves head to Galway WFC in Eamonn Deacy Park (7:30pm) to build on their prior stage success.(more…)
DLR Waves Women's Squad Statistics