Karl Lacey is an Irish Gaelic football coach who plays for Four Masters and also, formerly, for the Donegal county team. His county's most decorated individual, his personal achievements include four All Star awards—in 2006, 2009, 2011 and 2012— and the 2012 All Stars Footballer of the Year. His other accolades include an All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, three Ulster Senior Football Championships, a National Football League title, a Dr McKenna Cup, a Donegal Senior Football Championship and three Sigerson Cups. Lacey's haul of Ulster Senior Football Championships was a joint county team record for four years until Patrick McBrearty, Neil McGee, Paddy McGrath, Leo McLoone, Frank McGlynn, Michael Murphy and Anthony Thompson surpassed it in 2018. Considered very influential by many young footballers, Lacey was often spotted zipping around the field in his trademark white boots and white thermal shorts, and also dedicated time to voluntary work in aid of charitable organisations.
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About Karl Lacey
Gaelic football player who has won multiple inter-county titles with Donegal. He was voted All Stars Footballer of the Year in 2012.
Karl Lacey Before Fame
He was born in Donegal Town and joined him hometown club in 2004.
Achievement of Karl Lacey
He won All-Star honors in 2006, 2009, 2011 and 2012.
Karl Lacey Family Life
He has dated Ciara McGroarty.
Associations of Karl Lacey
He and Stephen Cluxton have both been Gaelic Football All Stars.
Information related to Karl Lacey
- Strength and conditioning coaches
- Four Masters Gaelic footballers
- Irish international rules football players
- Donegal inter-county Gaelic footballers
- Winners of one All-Ireland medal (Gaelic football)