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The Bit O’ Red trust are proudly presenting the “KUBE” in the Clayton Hotel Sligo this Saturday night, November 25th at 8pm. Doors for the event are opening at 7.15pm, with a fabulous night of entertainment expected. All proceeds are going towards the Sligo Rovers Youth Development.Sligo Rovers Football Club would like to thank everyone in the trust to date for their hard work and dedication towards the event. The participants...
Sligo Rovers can confirm the third new addition to the club's squad for 2018 with winger Adam Wixted joining today. The 22-year-old joins the Bit o' Red from Drogheda United. He was voted Player of the Year for 2017. A talented winger, Wixted was with Derby County before returning to Ireland to played for United, Bohemians and Bray Wanderers. He said: "I'm really looking forward to bringing what I can to the team...
Sligo Rovers manager Gerard Lyttle presented service users and staff in Acquired Brain Injury Ireland with a signed jersey at the Resource Centre in Sligo on Friday last.Acquired Brain Injury Ireland was the clubs chosen charity partner for 2017.Local Service Manager Teresa O’Boyle thanked Sligo Rovers for their role in boosting the profile of ABI Ireland, as well as with helping raise awareness of services available locally.ABI is...
Sligo Rovers can today confirm the signing of midfielder David Cawley, the second new addition to the Bit o’ Red squad for 2018.Cawley enjoyed four seasons with Rovers previously during the club’s most successful era, winning three trophies.He returns to the club today after some impressive performances for Galway United in the second half of the season.Michael Schlingermann, Regan Donelon, Kyle Callan-McFadden, Seamus Sharkey, Craig...
Sligo Rovers can confirm the signing of winger Caolan McAleer for the 2018 season as details of a new home jersey and a Christmas store are also unveiled.The new home jersey will launch in the second week of December with the Christmas store in Barton Smith’s open from the first week of the December, with new merchandise also on sale. Season tickets will also be on sale there.McAleer is the first new signing made by Gerard Lyttle for the...
The Man in the Woman’s Shoes, Mikel Murfi's award-winning show, will be performed on Sunday 10 December at 7.30pm in the Model Niland with all proceeds going to Sligo Rovers.   The show has its roots in the Sligo Rovers heritage and has achieved national and international awards. Season ticket holders, members and sponsors are being offered the opportunity to buy tickets ahead of general release next week for what...
Sligo Rovers can today announce that Seamus Sharkey has re-signed for the 2018 season as Gerard Lyttle continues to build his squad for the new campaign.Click here for details of some excellent offers on Sligo Rovers season tickets in 2018Sharkey joined the club in May as a free agent after overcoming long-term injury and ended up a key player in the #bitored defence, playing 18 games that included seven clean sheets as Rovers stayed in the...
Sligo Rovers can confirm Greg Moorhouse's contract has been extended until the end of the 2018 season, with nine players now signed for the #bitored for the new campaign. Moorhouse joined Rovers on the last day of the July transfer window and has impressed in recent games, with manager Gerard Lyttle rewarding the attacker with the new deal.  The 23-year-old said: "I've really enjoyed it here. Obviously the big thing...
Sligo Rovers are delighted to announce details of 2018 season tickets as Greg Moorhouse is confirmed as the ninth addition to the squad for new season.  #bitored season tickets will this year include 18 home games, two extra from last year, and Super Reds will receive a free €25 voucher to be redeemed in the club shop or for the increasing popular camps which take place during school holidays. Priced at €220 in early...
Sligo Rovers would like to congratulate all the winners in the recent Last Man Standing competition & thank all of the participants who entered. The competition commenced back in August with over 300 entries.The rules of the competition were quite simple, with all entrants picking one team per week to win their respective match in the English Premiership. However, you were not permitted to pick the same team twice.The eventual winner,...

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