The partnership will provide fundraising channels through the sale of Bray Wanderers Lotto tickets, coaching opportunities involving players from the teams and the use of the Carlisle Grounds for the Lakers’ blitzes and other activities.
Lakers were founded in 1989 and seek to support adults and children with intellectual disabilities in the town and surrounding areas.
They currently have over 400 members and 160 volunteers who help to run over 60 activities a week.
Commenting on the announcement Chairman Niall O’Driscoll in a statement added: “I am delighted to welcome Lakers into the Bray Wanderers family and it is great for our club to partner with an organisation which is synonymous with the town.
“Over the last 30 years Lakers have provided a wonderful service to our community and we look forward to welcoming more and more members of Lakers to the Carlisle Grounds – many of whom are longstanding Wanderers supporters.”