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Sligo Rovers can confirm that tickets for the FAI Ford Cup semi-final with Shamrock Rovers will be on sale this Thursday with just a limited number remaining.Tickets are available from 2pm to 5pm in The Showgrounds. The match is all-ticket and must be purchased in advance.Adult tickets are €15, concession €10 and children under-12 €5.Sligo Rovers v Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Cup is this Sunday at 3:55pm. 
Sligo Rovers slipped back to third place in the Airtricity League Premier Division on Monday night following an entertaining scoreless draw with Cork City at the Showgrounds. Both sides had good chances to win the game but neither could strike that killer blow to take the full quota of points.  The result now sees the reigning champions sit in third spot, one behind second placed Dundalk and four off leaders Saint Patrick's...
Don't miss out on another packed match programme this Monday against Cork City in The Showgrounds for this crunch league game. In this edition, Tony Quinn looks at the links between the club and local charity North-West Hospice after a successful Coffee Morning this month.   Some of the players that have stood out for the Under-19 teams so far this year are profiled along with an interview with Adam Murphy by Alan Finn. ...
Sligo Rovers host Cork City in the Airtricity Premier Division on Monday night in The Showgrounds.The Bit o’ Red have moved to second place in the table after a 2-0 win over Shelbourne on Friday night. The three points gained in the victory over Shels took Rovers up to second for the first time since the 20th game of the season when a draw with St Pat’s was enough to move up from third. It has been 588 minutes since a goal...
Sligo Rovers equalled the club record for most consecutive clean sheets in the Showgrounds against Shelbourne on Friday with a sixth in a row.The other time Rovers had a run of six in a row was the final games of the 1993/94 season when the Bit o’ Red were in the First Division. It is now 588 minutes since a goal was conceded in all competitions which was in the Champions League game against Molde. It also means Rovers have now kept a...
Sligo Rovers moved to second spot in the Airtricity League Premier Division with a comfortable 2-0 win over Shelbourne at the Showgrounds on Friday evening. First half goals from Danny Ventre and Iarfhlaith Davoren were enough to see off a Shels side who continue to languish at the foot of the table. Evan McMillan returned to the Bit o’Red’s bench from a lengthy lay-off due to a knee injury, while Ross Gaynor continues his...
Sligo Rovers take on Shelbourne on Friday night in the Airtricity Premier Division in The Showgrounds.It is the first of two home games over the next four days. The Bit o' Red are looking to complete a clean sweep against the Tolka Park outfit in the league this year.Rovers are now just two minutes shy of going 500 minutes without conceding in the Showgrounds.Raffaele Cretaro will be the second highest appearance maker in the history of...
Match sponsor this Friday against Shelbourne is Senator Susan O’Keeffe.We thank Senator O’Keeffe for support of the club and this message in the match programme on Friday.  It reads: "As a club, you give an enormous amount to the community. As players, you work hard and passionately. As staff, you have great pride in The Bit O' Red. "As supporters, you travel the country and sometimes...
In this week's match programme, chairman Tony Quinn looks ahead to the final weeks of the season and what can the difference between a "very good or excellent" year for the club.Ian Baraclough discusses the decision by Sligo GAA to move their county final as a brave and correct move.  In the first of a two-part interview, Ciaran Kelly talks about his time with the club and hopes for the Under-19 squad. Shelbourne...
Sligo Rovers are now just two minutes shy of going 500 minutes without conceding in the Showgrounds ahead of this Friday's clash with Shelbourne. It includes five clean sheets in the last five home games in the joint-second longest home run ever and the best in 18 years. One more is needed to match the all-time record of six in the final games of the 1993/94 season when Rovers were in the First Division. Join us this Friday...

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