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Sligo Rovers can confirm Jeff Henderson and Seamus Conneely have signed new contracts with the club. Henderson has featured 42 times since joining the club in July last year. The 21-year-old has been an important part of the Rovers squad this season including a memorable display against Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Cup semi-final. Conneely has made 46 appearances since moving to Rovers from Sheffield United last summer, featuring in...
Ocean FM are kicking off the Ford FAI Cup final weekend with a live preview show from The Crossbar in Gurteen on Friday evening from 7-9pm. Rovers manager Ian Baraclough and assistant manager Gary Stevens will be the very special guests at the event, which will be presented by Ocean FM’s Darragh Cox. Also in attendance on the night will be FAI Cup-winning captain Conor O’Grady, two-time FAI Cup winner Martin McDonnell,...
Read the Sligo Rovers E-Zine Cup final edition as we count down to the FAI Cup decider on Sunday. Chairman Tony Quinn delivers his message at the end of the season and there are a host of features over 21 pages. Click on the link below for the free download.  http://www.sligorovers.com/files/files/Sligo-Rovers-E-News-Issue%205.pdf
It was a wet, wet night in Sligo but a team of fans and volunteers have helped put up 20 flags around the town as we continue to #ArisetotheAviva. Check them out now around the town, add to the Bit o' Red in your home or business and thanks to Clive Hynes, Gary Kilcullen, Gerard O'Connor and Dermot Gilmartin Gilmartin of CEF Electrical who sponsored the flags. Thanks to everyone for helping us #ArisetotheAviva in all conditions...
His penalty saving heroics in the FAI Ford Cup finals of 2010 and 2011 are forever etched in the minds of Sligo Rovers supporters and now Ciaran Kelly will have a tribute match against a star-studded team of sporting personalities in The Showgrounds next month. The game will take place on Saturday November 16th in the Showgrounds and will see a Sligo Rovers Select take on a team of GAA All-Stars with part of the money raised by the game...
Tickets for the FAI Cup final with Drogheda United in the Aviva Stadium can now be purchased online here.  5,000 tickets have already been sold for the game.  The tickets are Adult tickets in the lower South Stand that is occupied only by Sligo Rovers supporters in Block 112. Tickets are priced €10 plus the €2.50 booking fee including postage and package. To purchase simply pick the number of tickets you...
Sligo Rovers completed their Airtricity League Premier Division campaign on Friday night with an impressive 2-1 win over Shamrock Rovers at Tallaght Stadium.Shane Robinson had opened the scoring for Shams in the 26th minute before Aaron Greene hit back for Rovers five minutes later.The Bit O’Red were still looking to secure second place in the league and Danny North was sprung off the bench with 30 minutes remaining and was on hand to grab...
Sligo Rovers have today announced the renewal of the partnership agreement with main sponsors Connolly’s Volkswagen for the next three seasons. The announcement was made this morning by Sligo Rovers chairman Tony Quinn and Neil and Kevin Connolly of Connolly’s Volkswagen along with Volkswagen Ireland Head of Marketing Paul O'Sullivan in The Showgrounds. The agreement, the most lucrative in the history of the club, comes...
Tickets for the FAI Cup final with Drogheda United in the Aviva Stadium can now be purchased online here.  The tickets are Adult tickets in the lower South Stand that is occupied only by Sligo Rovers supporters in Block 112. Tickets are priced €10 plus the €2.50 booking fee including postage and package. To purchase simply pick the number of tickets you wish and Add to Cart for payment. For assistance, e-mail...
Sligo Rovers travel to Dublin to take on Shamrock Rovers in the final Airtricity Premier Division match of the season. The Bit o' Red are hoping to finish in second place but need a favourable result elsewhere plus victory in Tallaght in order to achieve it. In team news, Joseph Ndo is ruled out with a hamstring problem. Aaron Greene returns from a one-match ban. Ian Baraclough said: “Second place is still a...

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