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Northern Ireland Football Team Anthem Change

377 Signatures Goal: 18,000

Hundreds if not thousands of Northern Ireland football team supporters are calling for a new sporting anthem to be played before our matches to replace God Save The Queen. Following the example by Scotland & Wales we see it as another step forward in creating a more inclusive environment for all of our players. This petition calls for 18,000 signatures. The same amount as the maximum capacity of our proposed new stadium where work is to commence this year. We are aiming for a new anthem to be in place for the new Windsor Park which is to be ready for late 2015. This is a petition for Northern Ireland fans who know the importance of improvement at every level of our game and we the supporters must do our part.

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  • Steve Ferson
    Steve Ferson United Kingdom, Leeds
    Dec 09, 2015
    Dec 09, 2015
    This isn't just about creating a more inclusive environment (though I suppose that's an added benefit). I would just prefer a song that's actually about Northern Ireland!!
  • donal mclean
    donal mclean United Kingdom, Aberdeen
    Nov 23, 2013
    Nov 23, 2013
    Time to make catholics feel more at home at n.ireland games. oh danny boy!
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    Steve Ferson United Kingdom
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    Steve Collins United Kingdom
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    donal mclean United Kingdom
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