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Always regarded as a heartland of soccer, Sligo breaks new frontiers next month when the cream of young talent from across Ireland and the UK will assemble here for an unique three-day festival of youth football.The soccer stars of the future will be parading their skills in a highly competitive and thoroughly entertaining manner as elite players from eight top academies compete for the second annual Sligo Super Cup at the Showgrounds from May...
A moment of magic from Rhys McCabe saw Sligo Rovers claim victory in this early-season six-pointer. McCabe handed Rovers the lead with a superb 60 yard lob over Limerick stopper Brendan Clarke. Greg Moorhouse netted his first for the club when he doubled the Bit O'Red's lead, before former Rovers winger Daniel Kearns pulled one back for Limerick. Rovers however held on to leap-frog the Blues into eighth place ahead of...
  Open Trials Open Trials for our Under 17 Women’s Team will take place in IT Sligo on Friday, 27th April and Friday, 4th May 2018. Both session will take place at 7pm and all players born during or since 2001 are invited to attend. All players interesting in being involved with this squad are requested to complete the registration form ahead of the trials. This can be completed online here: https://...
Sligo Rovers will travel to Limerick on Saturday for the second meeting of the teams in this year’s SSE Airtricity Premier Division. The Bit o’ Red and Super Blues are seperated by just two points going into the game, with Tommy Barrett’s side’s 1-0 win in The Showgrounds on the opening day of the season the difference. In team news, Rovers are without Lewis Morrison due to an ankle problem. Assistant manager...
We would like to thank both the Match Sponsor and Match Ball Sponsor from our latest home league game against Derry City on Saturday last.The Match Sponsor on the night was Ireland West Airport while the Match Ball Sponsor was Rogers Topline Ballymote.Pictured below is Brendan Lacken of Sligo Rovers receiving the match sponsorship cheque from Ireland West Airport. [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"11875","attributes":{"alt...
Sligo Rovers FC extends sincere sympathy to the family of Michael Mc Nulty of Meadow Lane, Kevinsfort, Sligo who died on Tuesday.

Michael was a loyal and generous Sligo Rovers fan all through his life and he provided auditing services to the club for many years.

He was also a staunch member of the Rednecks group who have supported Rovers at home and away since the 1970’s.

May he Rest in Peace
The #bitored will be at home to Waterford/Cork City in the quarter-finals of the EA Sports Cup. Tie to be played week beginning 7 May. We will confirm date and kick-off shortly.  Full draw: Cobh Ramblers v Shamrock Rovers/Longford Town Dundalk v Bohemians Sligo Rovers v Waterford/Cork City Derry City v Shelbourne/Drogheda United
Sligo Rovers wish to confirm that Craig Roddan has departed the Bit O’ Red by mutual consent.

We thank Craig for his service for over two seasons with the club and wish him well in the future.
 The 2018 Easter Camps concluded last week, which proved to be the biggest camp in the history of the club. The hugely popular football camps which take place in The Showgrounds saw 350 children attend over the two weeks of the Easter holidays. The club would like to thank all of the children, parents and coaches who contributed to the success of the Easter Camps, which have continued to grow year on year. Camp co-ordinator, Shane...
Sligo Rovers would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Paddy Kilcullen, who passed away at the weekend.A native of Killeenduff in Easkey, Paddy was an avid Sligo Rovers supporter who showed great love towards the club all of his life.Paddy was hugely popular in The Showgrounds and will be sadly missed by everyone at the club.May he rest in peace.

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