Sports Writing Jobs & Internships

Thank you for your interest in sports writing jobs & internships with our group of websites

We’re actively looking for talented and hungry people to join us. Maybe you already have a full-time job but are looking for something to keep busy, student in college, or lucky enough to be already retired we would love to hear from you.

Let us help in your goal of working in sports or want to continue growing in your career, we can help. In particular, we would be looking for people with knowledge in GAA, Rugby and Horse Racing.



GAA, Rugby, Soccer Team Writer Internship

Start Date: Flexible
End Date: Flexible

Open Positions:5

This internship runs year-round. We work with you on your schedule. it requires 3 months of dedication.

This is a position for people who are interesting in gaining sports writing experience with,, which currently receive 1,000,000 – 2,000,000 page views per month after being online since 2007.

This is an opportunity to gain some valuable experience with a respected site, improve your craft, and add a valuable building block to your resume.  There is potential for full time positions in the future.

We are looking for GAA, Rugby, Soccer Team Writers. You will be writing previews/reviews for your favorite teams. If you have experience with sports stats, there are ample opportunities in that niche as well.

Time Commitment: 10/15 hours per week, which should translate into 2-3 articles per day.

Internships Details

– Payment depending on advertising raised, page views, and social media conversion.
– Remote
– Must be available via whatsapp video Chat for communication

Contact us below or email or

[contact-form][contact-field label=”Name” type=”name” required=”1″][contact-field label=”Email” type=”email” required=”1″][contact-field label=”Message” type=”textarea”][/contact-form]

One comment

  1. Has the GAA got it wrong here?

    The GAA Club Championships are a poor relation of the inter-county games.

    Surely the Championships would have better served a sports starved nation. The smaller numbers of players, would have been easier to supervise from both a playing and health perspective.

    For all the nice soundings about the club scene, it is basicallyThe League of Ireland.

    Great for those supporters close to the clubs, but sports fans have little interest at national level.

Join the Conversation

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *