A Common Goal - Sustainable Travel

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A Common Goal - Sustainable Travel

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The rivalry. Merciless slagging and bragging. Arguments about key calls. There’s plenty about our league that makes us passionately stake our claim as individuals. But also, so much of it that brings us together. Clubs, Players, Fans all united by a common goal to protect and grow our leagues and our communities.

This month our players are taking on 4 more challenges to tackle transport. It's back to Keith Buckley (Bohemians), Shauna Fox (Shelbourne) and Jack Keaney (UCD) in a bid to make their day to day journeys more sustainable. 

Challenge 1 - Plan your journey

We're finding out how easy it is to plan a journey and make use of public transport. Check out how Keith, Shauna and Jack have used these services on their commutes to training.


Challenge 2 - Cycle instead

Challenge 2 has our players embracing active transport, leaving the cars at home and getting around by bike instead.


Challenge 3 - Get walking

Our players are making the most of the long evenings, getting their steps up and reducing their carbon footprint by walking locally instead of jumping into the car. We can bring together the clubs, players, and fans and through small collective actions make our communities stronger to build a better future for all.


Challenge 4 - Green driving

Did you know there are ways to drive greener? For our final transport challenge we're finding out how, even when having to use the car, there are things we can do to make sure we're eco-friendly on the roads.