If you find yourself with multiple membership numbers or registration IDs on Foireann, this article is your guide. Having multiple IDs is not unusual and can occur due to various reasons, including the merging of duplicate records from legacy systems or third-party sources. In this article, we'll clarify why this happens and provide essential advice on managing and designating a primary ID.
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Do you have more than one membership ID on Foireann?
If so, this could be due to one of the following reasons:
- You previously had multiple Foireann records which have been merged into one record.
- You were previously registered on the legacy GAA, LGFA, and Camogie registration systems, and the IDs have been transferred over to Foireann.
- You had multiple records imported from a third-party system that have been merged into one record.
Which ID do I use?
Multiple IDs on Foireann are common and are expected due to the scenarios outlined above. Any ID listed in your profile will be linked back to your record. We do however recommend that you use the ID which is the lowest in sequence as your primary membership ID.
For example, if you had the following 3 IDs:
We would advise that you use 2456789 as your primary ID and use this for all aspects.
How do I find my membership ID?
To locate your membership ID, log in to your Foireann account and navigate to the 'Profile' section in the left-side panel. Your Foireann profile will be displayed, and your membership ID can be found beneath your name at the top of the page. If you have multiple membership IDs, a black information icon will appear, allowing you to click on it to view all your IDs.
If you followed these steps and cannot see a membership ID on your profile check out the Missing Membership Number article