Goal celebration VS Colney Heath


On June 1st 2020, three clubs joined together to create Milton Keynes Irish FC, Milton Keynes’ newest club. Milton Keynes Robins, known as Buckingham Town, Unite MK and Milton Keynes Irish Vets came to the decision to operate as one club to benefit each other as well as football within the local community.


At MK Irish we want to value the origins  of our club and don’t want to forget the history behind the clubs that are the reason why we are where we are today.

Squad season review


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Squad season review

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Highest Position: 2nd – Spartan South Midlands Premier Division (Step 5)

Goals Scored: 96 League Goals (2023/2024)

Goals Conceded: 25 League Goals (2023/2024)

Most Points: 85 Points (2023/2024)

Games Unbeaten: 29 Games Unbeaten

Biggest Win: 8-0 VS Potton United

new beginnings

On June 1st 2020 the club was formed when Milton Keynes Robins, Unite MK and Milton Keynes Irish Veterans joined together to operate as one club going into the 2020/21 season, Milton Keynes Irish FC! The first team playing at Step 6 in the Spartan South Midlands Division One, the newly formed reserve team playing in the UCL Reserve Division and the Veterans playing in the Veterans League Division One.

FLying start & Promotion

Our first season as a club was unfortunately brought to an early finish due to the effects of COVID-19. The 2020/21 season was looking to be very promising as we found ourselves sitting second in the table after 9 games played with the best PPG in the league and went on an exciting run in the FA Vase which saw us get knocked out in the 3rd round on penalties after advancing through 4 rounds beating three higher league opposition. The season was officially curtailed however due to performances under Milton Keynes Robins, the club earned promotion to the Spartan South Midlands Premier Division (Step 5) based on PPG over the previous 2 seasons.

Irish youth & Uhlsport UCl

In 2021-22 the club saw the beginning of MK Irish Youth, our own Youth setup, by joining with MK College and Scot FC which featured 8 teams between Under 7’s to Under 18’s. After a steady first season at Step 5 the club earning a mid table place we were moved to the Uhlsport UCL Premier South for what would only be a short stay. The club would only feature for one season before moving back to the Spartan South Midlands along with our Reserve Team to play in the Premier Division and Division 2.

back to the spartan

Back in the Spartan South Midlands Premier Division for the 2023-24 season, the club enjoyed what was an exciting season seeing numerous club records broken along the way. The First Team finished 2nd in the league setting and reached the First Qualifying Round in the FA Cup for the first time in our history. Ultimately, the boys fell short of the league leaders by 6 points and then lost in the First Round of the SSML Premier Division playoffs ending our hopes of promotion for the season.