Phoenix F.C. Navan Road
|Full name||Phoenix Football Club|
|League||Leinster Senior League|
Phoenix F.C. is a football club from Fingal in Dublin, Ireland. The club competes in the Leinster Senior League. Phoenix plays at a football complex in Scribblestown. Their manager is Vernon McAllorum who started his coaching career with Dunboyne FC
The committee of Ashtown Villa FC had a vision to bring in schoolboy football to the community based on one club operating in Scribblestown at the wonderful & pristine all weather facilities which is complimented with two grass pitches and a modern club house.
This facility in Scribblestown would not have been possible without the hard work & graft of Seamus O' Connell and his committee. Seamus picked up on an opportunity for a ground swap deal with a well known property developer which left the club in a very healthy financial state.
- Ashtown Villa
- FAI Intermediate Cup
- Winners: 2001–02: 1
- Kinvara Boys
- FAI Junior Cup
- Winners: 1992–93: 1
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