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Sligo Rovers chairman Tony Quinn has said the ticket sales for next month's Champions League date show the anticipation for the Bit o' Red first foray into the competition for 36 years.  Less than 1,000 home tickets remain for the game in The Showgrounds against an opponent that will be confirmed following the draw in Nyon on Monday for the second round of qualifying. Ticket sales will continue on Sunday on the club...
The €25,000 mark has been reached in the Annual Draw as we count down to one of the most exciting days off-field for the club this season.The draw takes place on 13 July at the home game against St Patrick's Athletic.  With just a few weeks to go, the club asks for as much support as possible in the final push for sales.  [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"513","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-...
Tickets for the Champions League second round qualifying game in The Showgrounds are on general sale with over 2,000 tickets now sold.  1,500 tickets were sold after the pre-sale open to members, 500 club and season ticket holders and a further 500 on Wednesday.  The Showgrounds will be open from 10am to 7pm on Thursday and Friday. To purchase tickets online, click here: http://www.sligorovers.com/shop/category/...
1,000 tickets for Sligo Rovers’ Champions League second round qualifying game in The Showgrounds were sold today.The first day of ticket sales were open to the club’s season ticket holders, members and 500 club members.The capacity for the game will be just under 4,000. The draw for the second round is next Monday in Nyon, SwitzerlandPossible opponents for the Bit o' Red include Celtic, BATE Borisov, Steaua Bucharest and Dinamo...
Tickets for the upcoming Champions League second round qualifying game in The Showgrounds go on sale this (Monday) morning.The ticket pre-sale for club members, 500 club members and season ticket holders begins at 10am-8pm in The Showgrounds. Tickets are priced €25 for adults and €10 for children. Tickets are available for the three stands in The Showgrounds, the Treacy Avenue Stand, the Volkswagen Bank End and the Jinks...
Sligo Rovers can confirm that there will be an open trial game for the club's Under-19 team with a view to signing potential new players.The match will take place on Saturday 6 July in IT Sligo's Knocknarea astro pitch at 1pm.  The game is being organised as part of the club's belief and dedication to giving all upcoming local talent the opportunity to showcase their skills. Places are limited and can only be obtained...
Assistant manager Gary Stevens praised the character shown by the Sligo Rovers players as they recorded a 5-2 win over UCD in The Showgrounds on Saturday night.The Bit o’ Red came into the game on the back of one win in four games and failed to score in those matches, an uncharacteristic run of form for the club.  UCD took the lead after 90 seconds through David McMillan in Saturday’s, giving the Bit o’ Red a big...
Sligo Rovers moved into third spot in the Airtricity League Premier Division with an entertaining 5-2 win over UCD at the Showgrounds on Saturday evening. UCD captured an early lead courtesy of a David McMillan goal before Sligo equalised midway through the opening half through David Cawley. Rovers opened up a two goal advantage as Aaron Greene and Kieran Djilali both found the net. Liam Traynor's own goal extended the gap to three, before...
Sligo Rovers take on UCD in The Showgrounds on Saturday night in the Bit o’ Red’s final Airtricity Premier Division before the mid-season break.Ian Baraclough will have the same squad as for last weekend’s 0-0 draw with Bohemians. Raffaele Cretaro, Lee Lynch (both hamstring), Evan McMillan (knee) and Danny Ventre (leg) are out. Anthony Elding is suspended, with three games to run on a ban for a sending off against...
Sligo Rovers sit third in the Airtricity Premier Division table on 32 points behind Derry City and leaders St Patrick's Athletic. After the same number of games last season Rovers had just three more points. As the 17th game of 2012 was drawn, a win against UCD would mean Rovers having just one point less than at the same stage last year. The points total of 32 points from 16 games would have been enough to lead the league in...

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