The Foireann, the Team, are the national football team of the Free Lands. The emblem of the Lightning Bolt was chosen by the team due to their reluctance to adopt the Bratach for that purpose. It also symbolizes their speed, being fast as lightning and hitting twice as hard (or so the Captain said). Their other nickname, Tintreach, the Lightning, comes from that emblem.
The Foireann has no home stadium, but regularly trains in Fort Stone.
The jerseys were produced by Bicíní Industries and are currently sold out everywhere in the Free Lands.
In 2017, the Foireann played its first internationally recognized game during the DuPont International Charity Cup, playing against Bape Supreme and loosing 5-2.
Shortly after that, the Foireann participated in the Independence Cup, participating in Group F alongside Aggrey-Fynn Land, Abanhfleft and San Regada. With two losses and one draw, as well as a goal difference of -3, the Foireann was eliminated.
- Abanhfleft 2–0 the Selkie
- the Selkie 0–0 San Regada
- Aggrey-Fynn Land 2–1 the Selkie
Team (Summer 2018)
- Manager: Finn Bainisteoir of the Tribe of Cavan.
- Head Coach: Donald Cóitseálaí of the Tribe of Monaghan.
- Vize Coach: Finnegan 'Finny' Cóiste of the Tribe of Tipperary.
- Team Doctor: Doctor Marla Cnámh of the Tribe of Westmeath.
- Ayden Báireoir of the Tribe of Cork, Goalkeeper and Captain, 1.
- Donald 'Donny' Coim of the Tribe of Wexford, at left back, 12.
- Liam Fidil of the Tribe of Conn, at right back, 16.
- Neil Údar of the Tribe of Wexford, at centre back, 14.
- Leonard 'Leo' Cupar of the Tribe of Wicklow, at centre back, 18.
- Lugh Glae of the Tribe of Waterford, defensive midfielder, 20.
- Sullivan 'Sully' Leasainm of the Tribe of Sligo, offensive midfielder, 22.
- Niall Gearrchiorcad of the Tribe of Monaghan, left midfielder, 23.
- Raidri Urgharda of the Tribe of Monaghan, right midfielder, 24.
- Cormac Pionta of the Tribe of Kildare, right striker, 31.
- Finnegan Seachmallach of the Tribe of Dundalk, left striker, 32.
- Finnegan Cuaille of the Tribe of Monaghan, Goalkeeper, 2.
- Raidri Meigeall of the Tribe of Westmeath, defensive player, 15.
- Cormac Gabhar of the Tribe of Wexford, defensive player, 11.
- Raidri Leathar of the Tribe of Sligo, defensive player, 19.
- Cormac Aimsir of the Tribe of Kildare, Midfielder, 21.
- Sullivan Cleite of the Tribe of Fingal, Midfielder, 25.
- Finnegan Fleá of the Tribe of Louth, Striker, 33.