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Jamie McDonagh has been called up by Northern Ireland for two upcoming Under-21 fixtures in October.McDonagh receieved his first call-up in two years following his move to the #bitored and he featured as a substitute against Slovenia.He has now been called up by Ian Baraclough for a friendly with Jersey in St Helier on 4 October and a Euro qualifier with Estonia in Lurgan on 10 October.The club congratulates Jamie on his call-up. 
It's Mark Farren Cup final week for the Sligo Rovers U17s as they look forward to facing Waterford on Saturday in The RSC.We'll hear from manager Danny O'Leary later in the week and there is extensive coverage in the local media after a press day was held to acknowledge the excellent season by the team. Updates on the final will be available from 2pm on Saturday on the club's social media pages. The club would also...
The Bit o' Red Supporters Trust have announced a fundraiser for Sligo Rovers on 25 November in the Clayton Hotel in Sligo.  Based on the concept of the popular ITV Gameshow the KUBE, contestants will be set tasks that will test their physical ability, mental ability, intelligence, and responsiveness. One lucky entrant will take the top prize of €2,000.  Tickets are €10 and more info e-mail [email protected]
Sligo Rovers would like to acknowledge the recent financial support by both the Dublin Supporters Club and the Bit O’ Red Trust assisting the Club during a period of a month without a home fixture.   The support from both has come at an important time and is greatly appreciated. In addition both are running further fundraisers to assist the Club.   Details as follows: Dublin Supporters Club – Race Night...
A last gasp Rhys McCabe strike handed Sligo Rovers a precious three points in the race to avoid the drop as the Bit O'Red beat Finn Harps in Ballybofey. Vinny Faherty had initially given the Bit O'Red the lead before the home side deservedly leveled the game in the 82nd minute courtesy of a slice of genius from Paddy McCourt. But McCabe's winner in the first minute of added time sealed the points for Ger Lyttle's men...
Sligo Rovers return to league action on Saturday as the #bitored make the short journey to Ballybofey to take on Finn Harps.  Rovers have been absent from league games for four weeks, with just the Irn Bru Cup match with Falkirk in between. In team news, Craig Roddan, Raffaele Cretaro, Mick Leahy and John Russell are suspended for Rovers. Gerard Lyttle said: "It's a massive game for both clubs. We've been...
The 2017/18 Sligo Rovers Astro league season kicks off next week, with 13 teams registered for the popular night league. The format of the league is quite similar to the Scottish Premiership, with each team playing eachother once, with the league split in two divisions there after, being a top and bottom division. Matches are held every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday nights with members of the public welcome to attend. ...
Sligo Rovers fans are requested to enter Finn Park via Chestnut Road (Aldi side) for the SSE Airtricity Premier Division clash on Saturday. Rovers fans will have the gantry side of the ground while stand and Town End gantry side and terrace are reserved for home supporters. It is requested for fans to arrive early for the 8pm kick-off.  Coaches and cars for away supporters are asked to park in McElhinney’s. Street parking is...
Sligo Rovers Dublin Supporters Club have announced they will hold a race night in the capital on Thursday 28 September in McDaid’s Pub on Harry Street (off Grafton Street).The event will begin at 8pm with the first race scheduled for 8:45pm.The DSC are encouraging all Dublin-based fans to attend the event. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the #bitored.Supporters can also purchases horses which is €20 with jockey name and...
Sligo Rovers can confirm the appointment of Kevin Deery as the club’s assistant manager until the end of the season The 32-year-old spent two seasons as manager of Institute, leading them to successive promotion play-off matches and an Intermediate Cup win. Deery made 302 competitive appearances as a midfielder during almost 12 years at Derry City. Gerard Lyttle has moved to appoint Deery following a vacancy in his coaching...

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