• Gerard O'Connor
    Hi Everyone. Well, It’s been a really, really positive week at The Showgrounds. Things have been moving quickly since our European qualification a couple of weeks ago. A real tonic for Rovers fans everywhere in what has been a challenging year. As a supporters group, BORST, have been invited to
  • Jack Duignan
    … ended Sligo Rovers’ season” Shamrock Rovers were too tall an order for Sligo Rovers to overcome in Tallaght on Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final tie after a first-half brace from Aaron McEneff left the Bit O’Red with it all to do in the second period. Rovers’ performance was an admirable
  • Jack Duignan
    Meite needs to score to keep Derry in it. He doesn’t. Derry City proved no match for Sligo Rovers in a penalty shootout with 4 misses, 4 goals, and remarkably, 0 saves. A scoreless 120 minutes which didn’t lack in intensity gave way to a 3-1 penalty triumph for the
  • Gerard O'Connor
    The big man in red dropped in on The Bit O’Red to check on the Annual Draw, you can get your ticket at SRFCDirect. Our great Supporter, Santa, made a flying visit to ⁦⁦@sligorovers⁩ to make sure preparations are in full swing for The Annual Draw. Santa will be giving
  • Leo Gray
    Rovers unyielding belief that anything is possible keeps the Euro dream alive Sligo Rovers have never been short of ambition. When days are dark, they look for the stars. They seek rainbows when it rains. Always look on the bright side. It’s not love of glory that motivates them, it’s
  • Jack Duignan
    European trip is on the cards Photo by jfallonphotography/ Sligo Rovers defeated Europa League challengers Dundalk by 2 goals to nil on Monday night in Tolka Park to close out the league season. The result means that unless Athlone Town, Finn Harps, or Derry City (who we play next) win the FAI Cup, a
  • Jack Duignan
    Sligo Rovers triumphed 2-1 against a youthful Cork City side who gave a better performance than their condemnation to the First Division illustrated on Saturday night. Two penalties proved crucial to the result, with the first coming after only 7 minutes. Rovers lined up with a more attacking shape than
  • Gerard O'Connor
    Mark Brindley POTYMark was one of Rovers greatest supporters, he supported the club through thick and thin and travelled every 2nd week from Stoke on Trent to follow the Rovers.A remarkable love for his club. Select your choice for Player of the Year 2020 Niall Morahan (61%, 153 Votes) Ed
  • Last Game Miltown
    Leo Gray
    The day age-old rivals found common cause on a Dublin soccer pitch By Leo Gray There is hardly a more intense rivalry in Irish soccer than that which exists between supporters of Sligo Rovers and Shamrock Rovers. Depending on circumstances, the differences between the two sets of fanatical fans has
  • Jack Duignan
    Sligo Rovers fell to a 1-0 defeat against a dogged Shelbourne side on Sunday who received a red card due to Luke Byrne’s late challenge after 68 minutes. This loss leaves Rovers 7th, now level on points with Shelbourne and St.Pats, however the latter have two games in hand. Liam
  • Alan Kearins
    The Holy Trinity “At a football club, there’s a holy trinity – the players, the manager and the supporters.” These are the words of the great Bill Shankly, a football God, so is well entitled to paraphrase the doctrine of the Trinity for this football adaptation. Shanks did need to
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    Jack Duignan
    Sligo Rovers slumped to a 4-0 defeat against Shamrock Rovers on Friday as the league leaders consolidated their stranglehold on the summit of the table. The result leaves us 4th on 17 points. Liam Buckley made 1 change from the win against Derry, with Kyle Callan-McFadden returning to the squad