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Sligo Rovers face Bohemians on Friday night in Dalymount Park in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division. The teams are separated by two points in the table in a big game for both sides. In team news, Caolan McAleer and Patrick McClean serve one-game bans. Adam Morgan will have a number of injections on his abdominal injury who has troubled the striker for a number of weeks. A period of rest been diagnosed in the aftermath and he will miss...
 The Sligo Rovers squad has been confirmed ahead of the inaugural Women's National Under 17 league. The season gets underway this Saturday, with the Bit O'Red girls travelling to Dublin to take on Peamount. The first home game takes place on Saturday, July 21st against Galway at The Showgrounds. Over the course of the season, we will take on Athlone Town, Shelbourne Ladies and Donegal Women's League at our normal...
Sligo Rovers are to honour one of their greatest servants as they host a testimonial for the legendary Raffaele Cretaro on Saturday 28th July with a 6pm kick-off in the Showgrounds.The opposition will be a Raffaele Cretaro XI made up of some of the best players that have played alongside the Tubbercurry native over the years.Confirmed so far are Ciaran Kelly, Richard Brush, Jason McGuinness, Romauld Boco, Danny Ventre, Joseph Ndo, Anthony Elding...
This year's the club's Annual Draw received unprecedented support, as 6,400 tickets were purchases at home and abroad.  To celebrate a record breaking annual draw, we decided to draw out 25 extra tickets who will each get a copy of acclaimed The History of Sligo Rovers book. The club were keen to acknowledge the extra efforts made by all this year.  We would like to thank the Sligo Rovers Heritage Group for their...
Sligo Rovers can today confirm the signing of Lee Lynch, as well as new contracts for Liam Kerrigan and Edward McGinty. Lynch, 26, joins Rovers for a second spell having been with the club in 2012 and 2013. He played 70 games, scoring nine goals in his time here and moves from FC Arizona until the end of the current League of Ireland season. McGinty signs his second contract with the club, now regarded as number two goalkeeper in...
Sligo Rovers regret yesterday's post-game exchange between a member of our backroom team and some supporters.

The exchange occurred when passions ran high in the aftermath of the full-time whistle of a disappointing day. We believe our staff care deeply about the club but on this occasion it was not construed in a fitting manner.

As a result, goalkeeping coach Rodney Dalzell offered his resignation this morning which the club accepted by...
Bray Wanderers gave their slim chances of survival a shot in the arm as they beat Sligo Rovers at the Carlisle Grounds.Ger Pender handed the Seasiders the lead in controversial circumstances on 15 minutes.Rovers fought their way back into the tie through Adam Wixted, but Sean Heaney popped up to head home Rhys Gorman’s free-kick.Bray hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons earlier this week, allowing a number of key players depart the...
Sligo Rovers travel to Wicklow on Sunday to take on Bray Wanderers in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division, kick-off 4pm in the Carlisle Grounds.Rovers go into the game in eighth place, looking for a third win of the season over the Seagulls, following 2-1 wins in the two matches so far.In team news, Gary Boylan had surgery on cruciate ligament injury during the week.Adam Morgan remains out with an abdominal problem.Mikey Drennan is eligible...
 Sligo Rovers' Under 17 women will kick off their season on Saturday, 14th July with a trip to Peamount Utd (kick-off at 6:30pm). The first home game will be a Connacht derby against Galway WFC on the main pitch in the Showgrounds at 2pm on 21st July. The Showgrounds will be a hub of activity on the morning of the first home game, as the FIFA Live Your Goals festival rolls into...
Jack Keaney has signed a new contract with Sligo Rovers until the end of the 2019 season.The midfielder turned professional last summer and has firmly established himself in the Rovers squad,  Keaney has made 15 appearances in all competitions this year, and scored two goals as well against Bray Wanderers and St Patrick’s Athletic.  The 19-year-old said: “Since I’ve signed as a professional, it has been in back of my...

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