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 Our discounted season ticket offer ends this Wednesday, December 24th, with early bird prices finishing. Great savings can be made by buying early so make sure you don't miss out.Rovers are beginning a new era in 2015 under new manager Owen Heary. He has put together a squad of experienced faces, young local talent and some exciting new signings.We took a look at 10 reasons top Back the Bit o'Red in 2015 over the last two weeks...
 Sligo Rovers have today made Stephen Folan our latest new signing for the 2015 season. The defender joins the Bit o’Red from Limerick. He was unveiled at a press conference in the Clarion Hotel. The Galwegian signed for Newcatle United in 2008 as 16 year-old and played right up to reserve team level. While there he played alongside another current Rovers defender Jeff Henderson.He left in 2012 and signed for Limerick. He played...
 The Sligo Rovers club store will be open right up until Christmas with all you need for the Christmas shopping period. We will be open until 6pm every evening up until December 23rd and closing at 1pm on Christmas Eve.The shop has a wide range of merchandise on sale providing plenty of options for the Christmas shopping period.We have new home and away jerseys on for the 2015 season which are available from the store in a variety of sizes...
 Today we conclude our look at reasons to Back the Bit o’Red in 2015. To finish we have a video featuring new manager Owen Heary and players Richard Brush, Kevin Devaney and Alan Keane with their take on the new season.  Promo By: Ciaran Carty (https://youtube.com/user/godsadj)  2015 is the beginning of a new era for Sligo Rovers with a new look at the Showgrounds.Be a part of it with a season ticket.All the details you...
 Sligo Rovers will have a press conference this Saturday, December 20th, to unveil our latest new signing. It will take place in the Clarion Hotel Sligo and begin at 2pm.The new player will be joined by manager Owen Heary and members of the first-team squad.It will take the number of players signed for 2015 up to 20. 
 We are looking at reasons to Back the Bit o'Red in 2015 with part nine of our 10 part series today.Our next look is at the success enjoyed by the club over the past five years which the Bit o’Red will be aiming to add to in 2015.Rovers have won six trophies over the past five years which is more than any other club in the country.A 12 year wait for a major trophy was ended in 2010 by winning the EA Sports Cup and since then every...
 There is just one week left to get your season ticket at the discounted early bird rates. Great savings can be made by buying early so make sure you don't miss out.Rovers are beginning a new era in 2015 under new manager Owen Heary. He has put together a squad of experienced faces, young local talent and some exciting new signings.A season ticket is the only way to ensure don't miss any kick of the action that the new season...
 The quarter-final draw for the Enda McGuill Cup has been made with Sligo Rovers under-19s drawn to play St. Patrick's Athletic. The game will be at the Showgrounds on weekend ending January 25th. Full details will be confirmed in due course.Rovers advanced to this stage for the third year in a row with a commanding 7-2 victory over Letterkenny Rovers at the weekend: http://www.sligorovers.com/news/14/dec/big-7-2-win-rovers-under-19sThe...
 The latest in our 10 part look at reasons to Back the Bit o'Red looks at some of the players in our squad who have already acheived legendary status and are hungry more more success. The current Sligo Rovers squad includes several iconic players who have won multiple honours during their long spells at the club.The past five years have seen the club win many honours with players like Gavin Peers, Raf Cretaro and Alan Keane boasting...
 Well done to Sligo Rovers under-19 captain Ross Taheny who made his international debut yesterday. He played the full 90 minutes as the Ireland under-18 team lost 2-0 in Portugal.He follows in the footsteps of fellow under-19 squad members Liam Flatley and Regan Donelon who have also received international call-ups this year.The 17 year-old from Collooney will again be part of the squad for a second friendly with Portugal tomorrow at 3pm....

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