Crosshaven u12s kick started their season in Camden on Sunday morning with a 2-1 win over a fiery Castleview team. Crosser got off to a great start and lead through a screamer from Alex O Connell. Castleview equalised in the second half and the game increased in...read more
Monster result for the U15's tonight in Camden defeating Avondale 6-1 on a beautiful evening for football. Crosshaven dominated from the off with Ronan O'Donoughue in superb form linking up with Ethan Berkery-Kelly down the right. The opening score came in the 12th...read more
The second round of the Munster Junior League Cup against Carrigaline will now take place on Monday at 6.30 in Camden.read more
Crosshaven were home to carrigtwohill tonight in the league after having a rough start to the season the lads were hoping to turn things around tonight. Unfortunately the result didn't go their way losing 5-2 but the score line doesn't reflect the massive effort made...read more
SATURDAY Crosshaven AFC 15's started life in Division 1 of the Cork Schoolboys League in style this morning with an emphatic 5-0 away win over Mayfield Utd. Missing a number of players through holidays etc the team showed their strength in depth to overcome a tough...read more
Membership for the 2017/2018 season is now due. Membership for the club is important to purchase equipment, pay insurance, pay affiliation fees, lighting, heating etc etc. Payment this year is via the online platform only. Click on the link below for full details.
Welcome to Crosshaven AFC
Founded by the British Army Garison who were based in Fort Camden. The club held its first AGM on Tuesday 13th September 1898 in Camden, and although the club has had various homes around the village of Crosshaven including Church Bay Road, Graball Bay and more famously “the Bog”, Crosshaven AFC finally returned to Camden in the 1980’s, where the club has remained ever since.