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 The first edition of the Sligo Rovers matchnight programmes will be on sale at Saturday’s home game with Dundalk. This year’s programme comes in a new look and format, all still for the same price of €4.There plenty of interviews inside including new signing Kyle Callan-McFadden on adjusting to his new life in Sligo and his ambitions for the future.Tony Fagan talks following his induction to the Sligo Rovers Hall of Fame...
 Sligo Rovers are delighted to name Acquired Brain Injury Ireland as our Partner Charity for 2017. This will be the club's fifth year to partner a local cause and we hope this year will be as successful as our previous years.Last year, the club worked with Sligo Cancer Support Centre to help raise funds and awareness for support services, for victims and families affected by cancer. Prior to that, the club also partnered with Rory...
 Dundalk 0-3 Sligo Rovers Premier Division - Oriel Park October 2016 Sligo Rovers defied all the odds to record a superb 3-0 win over champions Dundalk at Oriel Park in the Premier Division last October. Achille Campion capitalised on a mistake from former Rovers goalkeeper Gary Rogers to give the Bit O'Red the lead inside the first minute while Phil Roberts' curling effort seven minutes from the break doubled the away side's...
 Sligo Rovers were thrilled to today be able to place on display in Sligo Museum a winners medal from the 1936/37 league win. The medal was recently donated to the club by the family of Jimmy Duncan.Sligo Rovers supporters may not be familiar with the name of Jimmy Duncan, but the Scotsman earned a special place in Club history as a member of Rovers first title winning team of 1936/37.  That was Jimmy’s only season with Rovers,...
 Michael Schlingermann reflected on a tough few days following the opening weekend defeat to Limerick. He said he and the whole squad are focused on repaying the disappointed fans with a much-improved display when Dundalk visit this Saturday.Schlingermann was the first guest of the year on Ocean FM’s Rovers Review and he summed up his emotions to Darragh Cox:“It’s been a tough weekend. A couple of restless night’s...
 With just days to go to the first Showgrounds game of 2017 we have a great competition on offer. Our Super Reds package for the new season is better than ever.As well as free admission to all 16 home SSE Airtricity League games during 2017 we are also giving our youngest fans a FREE home or third jersey to go with it for €45.But if you haven’t signed up already you can win the package for free.Below is our promo video showing...
Sligo Rovers are delighted to be associated with the Sligo Super Cup, an elite under-12 tournament which will feature eight teams from across Ireland and the UK competing at the Showgrounds on the May bank holiday weekend, April 28th-30th.
We are particularly thrilled that the 8th team just announced is the famed Glasgow Celtic Academy, whose coach is none other than John McStay, whose father, Willie, is a true Rovers legend, having guided the...
 Rovers are back at The Showgrounds this Saturday night! The opening home game of the 2017 season will see the Bit o’Red against Dundalk, kick-off 7:45pm.The visitors are three-time defending SSE Airtriicty League champions.All three games between the teams last year were extremely close. Firstly, there was two narrow 1-0 wins for the Lilywhite, first at Oriel Park and then The Showgrounds.In the most recent meeting Rovers took a 3-0...
 Dave Robertson summed up Rovers’ season opener against Limerick on Friday night as disappointing. Despite a debut goal for Mathew Stevens the home side outscored the Bit o’Red by four goals.Speaking afterwards the Rovers manager sys the team have plenty to work on from their performance:“Disappointing is the best way to describe it. We’ve had a look back at certain things. There was a couple of key things in the...
 Sligo Rovers got their 2017 SSE Airtricity League Premier Division campaign off to a disappointing start with a 5-1 defeat to Limerick at Markets' Field.  Brazilian striker Rodrigo Tosi's hat-trick on his debut was supplemented by strikes in either half from Ian Turner and Lee Lynch. Substitute Mathew Stevens netted Rovers' consolation on the hour. The home side announced their return to the top table of...

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