O'Neills News

  1. Hockey Australia signs on with O’Neills

    Hockey Australia signs on with O’Neills

    The partnership will see all of Hockey Australia’s squads, including flagship national teams the Kookaburras and Hockeyroos, plus high performance and pathway programs wear O’Neills apparel until the end of 2025. 

    O’Neills is also the Official Apparel Partner of Australia’s new domestic men’s and women’s hockey competition, the Sultana Bran Hockey One League, highlighting the company's interest and value for hockey in Australia. 

    “To secure and align with an apparel brand and manufacturer of O’Neills’ quality is fantastic for hockey in this country,” said HA Acting CEO, Michael Johnston. 

    “The design options and versatility of what O’Neills offers, coupled with their willingness to take on feedback and provide the best possible apparel for our national programs has been first rate and will contribute to our ongoing aim of being the world’s best

  2. Brisbane Premier League joins the O’Neills team & changes the face of cricket in Australia

    Brisbane Premier League joins the O’Neills team & changes the face of cricket in Australia

    Cricket in Australia is set to change forever with a fresh approach to the game thanks to the Australian Premier League (APL), which is set to be introduced in 2021.

    The Brisbane Premier League (BPL) will be the first APL league to launch in the inaugural 2021 season.  It will be a game-changing development of the sport and O’Neills is thrilled to be part of it as official apparel partner.

    The five-week season will see eight privately owned franchises select their teams at an auction night for seniors and draft day for juniors.  By revitalising and strengthening amateur cricket, male and female players will be able to experience what it’s like to play at a professional level.

    The APL is set to re-inspire cricket in Australia, with the competition backed by high profile owners including Australian cricket legend Ian Healy AO, former UK First Class cricketer and current professional commentator Mark Nicholas

  3. O’Neills announces partnership agreement with Canada Rugby League Association

    O’Neills announces partnership agreement with Canada Rugby League Association

    O’Neills Irish International Sports Company Ltd has boosted its already strong portfolio in rugby league by announcing a new partnership agreement with the sport’s national governing body in Canada.

    The exciting deal with the Canada Rugby League Association will further expand the leading Irish sportswear manufacturer’s brand presence in a thriving North American market during what is expected to be a key year for the sport internationally.

    O’Neills, who are Ireland’s largest sportswear company, will also be official kit suppliers for Ravens, the Canadian national women’s rugby league team. Now ranked 5th in the RLIF World Rankings, Ravens will compete in the 2021 Rugby League World Cup later this year. The 61-game event, which will take place in England from October 23rd-November 27th, looks set to be the biggest Rugby League World Cup in history. The men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments will be

  4. O’Neills sign multi-year deal with Galway United FC

    O’Neills sign multi-year deal with Galway United FC

    The deal will see the Irish sportswear giants supply kits for the League of Ireland First Division club from 2021 onwards.

    The Tribesmen, who play home games at Eamonn Deacy Park, appointed John Caulfield as their new first-team manager earlier this year. Caulfield previously enjoyed a hugely successful spell managing Cork City and Galway United fans will be hoping he can revitalise their fortunes in a similar way as they aim to work their way back to the Premier Division.

    Cormac Farrell, Marketing Manager O’Neills said: “As Ireland’s largest sportswear manufacturer, we are excited to be involved with the new impetus in soccer in the western capital. Galway United are a highly professional club and under the guidance of a top-class League of Ireland manager, John Caulfield, as well as the backing of the Comer Group, we are partnering with the club at an exciting phase of their development. We look forward to further enhancing the club product offering

  5. O’Neills partners with Adelaide Football Club

    The Adelaide Football Club proudly welcomes leading sportswear manufacturer O’Neills as its Official AFL Apparel Partner.

    Crows CEO Andrew Fagan said the Club was excited for a new partnership with the international apparel leader.

    “O’Neills has built a reputation for excellence across a range of sports and we believe this partnership is a great platform to share their expertise and industry leading products with AFL fans,” Fagan said.

    “We have been impressed with their knowledge and application in preparing the 2021 range, particularly the use of their unique and innovative performance fabrics and high-quality supporter wear.

    “We’re looking forward to sharing the range in coming weeks and have no doubt our members and fans will be really impressed with the new apparel choices.”

    O’Neills Australasia Director Antoinette Brophy said the company is delighted to announce they will be the Adelaide Football

  6. Paul McGrath Visits O’Neills Dublin Headquarters

    Paul McGrath Visits O’Neills Dublin Headquarters

    Yesterday Irish soccer legend Paul Mc Grath visited the O’Neills Dublin Headquarters. Pauls mother lives in the area so he has always been curious about the O’Neills factory. We were delighted to welcome Paul to the factory yesterday and satisfy his curiosity!   

    Paul is one of Irelands greatest ever players. His football journey began not too far away from O’Neills at St Patrick's Athletic, however, he may be best remembered for playing his club football in England, with spells at Manchester United and Aston Villa. Paul won the FA Cup and the Football League Cup twice over a club career that spanned the best part of 17 years. However, it was Pauls performances for the boys in green that he is so widely revered in Ireland, in particular, his performance against Italy at Giants Stadium at the World Cup in 1994.

    Many consider Paul