Club colours:Red and White
ABOUT THE CLUB
The club was founded in 1961 and took its name because that was the Patrician year. The club colours came about as one of the founders, Peter Kavanagh, had two sets of jerseys, one green and the other red. Originally the main colours were to be green and white (the colours of St. Patrick and the shamrock) but because neighbouring clubs Round Towers and Lucan Sarsfields used green and white, it was decided to use red and white and keep the green as second colours. The first match to ever take place was the U13’s against Round Towers of Clondalkin which John Daly refereed. The match took place in a field where the Assembly Hall and St. Brigids School currently stands today. The first championship won was U16 1/2 football in 1966. St Patricks have traditionally been stronger in football but in recent times have enjoyed more success on the hurling front. St Patricks won the Dublin Junior Hurling Championship for the first time in 1998. The club gained Senior hurling status for the first time in 2004 when they lifted the Dublin Intermediate Hurling Championship. In 2008 they lifted the Dublin Senior B Hurling Championship, thus gaining promotion to theDublin Senior Hurling Championship. In the same season, St. Patricks' footballers lifted the Dublin AFL Division 3 title resulting in promotion to Dublin AFL Division 2. More success was to follow in 2009 for the footballers as they won the Dublin Intermediate Football Championship and gaining promotion to the Dublin Senior Football Championship. Most recent success has come in winning the 2013 Dublin AHL Division 2 and promotion to the Dublin Senior Hurling League.