The first of our series of fan profiles is Bartosz Bukowski.
Author: Gerard O'Connor
Healthy Football League
Sligo Rovers supporters are being urged to sign up for The Healthy Football League and help The Bit O’Red earn the title of Ireland’s healthiest community of fans.
The HFL, sponsored by Bank of Ireland, is an app-based health promotion programme that uses the friendly rivalry of football fans and communities to encourage health-enhancing physical exercise. The competition is open to people of all ages and fitness levels. Whether you’re a serious fitness enthusiast or someone who just likes to walk for health and well-being, you can score valuable points for your club and visibly affect their position on the HFL table. Every step counts!
The HFL, developed by the European Football for Development Network, is set to get underway on February 28th and supporters are urged to download the app and sign up ahead of the three-month competition. There are significant cash prizes on offer to the winning LOI club and the country’s most active grassroots club and school. Grassroots clubs and schools wishing to partner with their local League of Ireland club should contact their LOI club community officer directly who can add that school or club to the HFL App as an HFL partner.
For more information, head to HealthyFootballLeague.com or download the app now from your App Store by searching ‘Healthy Football League’. The competition will end on May 31st with the winning club to be announced on June 1st.
Healthy Football League | Help your club win the title of Ireland’s healthiest community of fans.
Message from BORST
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 liaise with the club over the last number of weeks about club merchandise, Phase 2 of The Bit O’ Red Wall, The Annual draw and especially about putting together a Season Pack in place of a season ticket, which would not be able to guarantee admission to all games in 2021 with COVID still a problem. This is something the club has been very proactive in working with us. The club has really taken on board everything we had to say and with that the 12 Match Pack was created.
We think this is the right fit for everyone, great value and flexibility for fans and an advanced income for the club. Last season the club sold almost 850 season tickets (all categories) a massive amount and it’s a real show of strength from the fans.
It would be fantastic if Season Ticket holders renewed for the Season Pack and it would be even better if we were able to add to this. The club has shown a real statement of intent with the signings so far. It would be great if we could back this up with sales of the Season Packs. Together we are stronger.
Kind Regards and
Up The Rovers 🙌
Santa drops in on Rovers
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.
Mark Brindley POTY
Mark Brindley POTY
Mark 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 McGinty (31%, 78 Votes)
- Kyle Callan-McFadden (8%, 19 Votes)
Total Voters: 250
Fight for Survival €85k
Fight for Survival €85k
In June 2020 in the midst of Covid19 and with the country slowly leaving Lockdown measures the Trust started a simple fundraisers that captivated the Rovers Fanbase. By the end almost €85,000 was raised to help Rovers through this difficult period.
Sligo Rovers have a proud and rich history that is unbroken in over 90 years.
Our club’s history is filled with a steely determination to survive all the challenges thrown our way. Today we have been thrown another. But we will not lie down.
We ask our supporters at home abroad to help us in any way they can, so we can continue The Sligo Rovers story.
Donations will be given directly to Sligo Rovers FC to help with the cost of running all football teams until the end of the season. The club has suffered huge losses due to the COVID – 19 Lockdown.The Bit O’Red Supporters Trust