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 You can now download all the Bit o’Red’s 2017 SSE Airtricity League fixtures to your calendar on any device. The new season begins in a fortnight with an away game to Limerick, the first of 33 games right through to the end of October.Make sure you know when and where every Rovers game this is year by adding all 33 games to your calendar.Click on the below to add to whatever device you use for your calendar. All it takes is a...
 Sligo Rovers' under-19 defender John Mahon has been named in the Ireland Schools international squad. The squad was named for the opening Centenary Shield game which is against Wales at Home Farm on Thursday at 2:30pm.Mahon started last season with the under-17s team and made appearances with the under-19s in the second half of the season.He has played several times so far with the first team in pre-season games, including the 5-0 win...
 Sligo Rovers have recently completed a five-year plan setting out the vision for the future development of the club.The five-year plan has been completed over the past few months following financial assistance from the FAI.There are many areas detailed in the plan where the club are aiming to improve and grow.Sligo Rovers are seeking volunteers to come forward to join the many working groups outlined in the plan to help bring it to...
 Five-star Sligo Rovers were back at The Showgrounds in style on Wednesday with a comfortable defeat of the Irish Defence Forces. Two goals came in the first half followed by another three in the second.The game is part of pre-season preparations for the Bit o’Red which has seen four wins earned from six outgoings so far, one more remains at home to Finn Harps on Tuesday.Have a look at our gallery from the game thanks to photographer...
 Dave Robertson says he has had to be patient as he continues to search for the final pieces of his puzzle. With the 2017 SSE Airtricity League season over two weeks away, Robertson says there are just a couple of bits to be done to finalise the squad. Rovers recorded a comfortable victory over the Irish Defence Forces on Wednesday night, and Robertson says all that's really left to do is 'fine-tuning'."We're fine...
Sligo Rovers returned to the Showgrounds in winning fashion as the Bit O'Red beat a Defence Forces XI 5-0. Raffaele Cretaro, Kieran Sadlier and Mathew Stevens added to Chris Kenny's brace. Rovers securing their first home victory of 2017. It was Cretaro who handed Rovers the lead on 11. The striker nodding home Daniel Kearns' cross after Jonah Ayunga did well to keep the ball in play.  Rovers had their second on...
Sligo Rovers are very saddened to hear, the passing of lifelong supporter Taylor Good today.Taylor lived in Dundrum and was an avid Rovers supporter, often seen not only at home games but also at away games in Dublin. Taylor was well known as a real gentleman, and will be fondly remebermber by all.Sligo Rovers extends its deepest sympathies to all of Taylors family, friends and neighbours at this sad time. 
Sligo Rovers' season opener away to Limerick has been moved forward by one day.The game will now take place on Friday February 24th with a 7:45pm kick-off at Market's Field.
 Wednesday night sees Rovers back at The Showgrounds with the Irish Defence Forces team the opposition starting at 7pm. Admission for that game will be reduced to €5 for adults and kids under the age of 12 get free entry when accompanied by an adult. They were also part of the Bit o’Red’s pre-season schedule last year when a 3-0 victory was earned. See new signings Kyle-Callan McFadden, Chris Kenny,...
 With Valentine's Day coming up, what better place to be than under the shadow of Ben Bulben in a venue that has shared the hopes and dreams of the people of Sligo for over 100 years. Our gift to our female fans is free admission to our Valentine's Night friendly against Finn Harps. The game kicks-off at 7:45pm next Tuesday. Before that Rovers face the Irish Defence Forces at 7pm on Wednesday February 8 with admission...

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