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Welcome to EliteSingles Ireland

Are you an Irish single looking for love? If you’ve ventured into the wild waters of the Irish dating scene, you’ll probably agree that meeting that special someone needs a lot more than the luck of the Irish. Finding true compatibility requires a pool of promising potential partners and an effective way of connecting with them – and that’s exactly why EliteSingles was founded; to boost the luck of singles searching for long-lasting love.

Is EliteSingles for me?

Though they may hail from locations all over Ireland – from down-town Dublin, to quiet Clonakilty –EliteSingles members all have one thing in common; they are ready to find someone special to share their life with. Mostly aged between 35-50, our members are ambitious, dynamic and interesting Irish singles who have made a concerted decision to abandon their casual dating days and get serious about their search for love. Another factor which characterises EliteSingles members is education; 82% of our members have a Bachelor Degree or higher, which is more than double the national average.

Can you picture your ideal partner amongst our members? Register today and start connecting!

Matchmaking: finding the right person for you

The major benefit of online dating is that you can expand your social circle and get into contact with singles you’d have otherwise never found. But rather than offering an endless list of potential partners, at EliteSingles we understand that the art of matchmaking is to really understand our members – their unique personalities and partner requirements –and then narrow down a list of options accordingly. This is the reason a recent survey of our members found that, ‘First dates are better with EliteSingles!’

So how do we bring compatible singles together?

Designed with the help of psychologists and leading experts in the field of matchmaking, our two-part Smart Profiling system aims to understand who you are and what you’re looking for in a partner. The first part is a personality test based on the ‘The Big Five’ personality traits (extraversion, agreeableness, openness, conscientiousness and neuroticism) and the second part is an extensive questionnaire which asks about your partner preferences on factors such as age, distance parameters, smoking & drinking habits, religion and so on. Together, these two tests enable us to increase your chances of finding love by only connecting you with promising partner options.

Relationship advice to help you reach your dating goals

Irish folk may be known for charm and quick wit, but we’re also infamously shy daters. So if the thought of making the first move makes you want to head for the hills, rest assured that you’re not the only one –and be comforted by the fact that help is at hand with our extensive set of relationship advice articles.

Drawing on the advice from dating experts and our in-house Psychologist Salama Marine, the articles are there as a guide to put you on the path to dating success. From articles on first date suggestions to unbeatable tips on how to write the best profile, you’ll never be alone in your search for that someone special.

At EliteSingles we also understand that dating isn’t a case of ‘one-size-fits-all’, and that some members have very specific partner requirements. So whether you’re a single parent looking to meet other parents with kids, a Christian hoping to meet someone of faith, or an older single on the search for someone in your age group, there’s sure to be practical relationship advice relevant to your personal circumstances.

See below for a selection of our most popular articles.

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