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Below is a list of the prize winners from the last two monthly 500 Club draws which took place in April and May paying out €2,400. Each season the 500 Club provides a backbone to the club’s operations on-the-pitch and our key work in the community in the North-West. Concurrent membership of the 500 Club to a commitment of three seasons also brings membership of the football club and eligibility to attend the club’s AGM...
Cork City returned to the top of the table with a hard-fought win over a plucky Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds.  Kieran Sadlier returned to haunt his former employers as he netted in the opening minute. Ger Lyttle's side pushed the Rebels hard in the second half but were unable to find the net. Graham Cummins secured the win and the points for Cork ten minutes from time.   City hit the lead with just 52 seconds...
Sligo Rovers are thrilled to confirm defender John Mahon has signed a new two and a half year contract at The Showgrounds.The 18-year-old signed his first pro deal last year and  broke into the team in April, going on win the Wehrlys Bros Player of the Month in April and May and producing magnficient display at the heart of the defence.A produce of the club’s underage system and Ballisodare United, Mahon has penned the deal to the end...
Sligo Rovers welcome Cork City to The Showgrounds on Saturday night in The Showgrouns in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division.The Bit O’ Red go into the game on the back of a 2-0 win over Derry City and three clean sheets on the bounce.In team news Gary Boylan was today ruled out for the reason of the season and part of 2019 after confirmation of an anterior cruciate ligament injury.  Adam Morgan is ruled out with an abdominal...
Sligo Rovers can announce that goalkeeper Micheál Schlingermann has left the club today by mutual consent.

We would like to thank Micheál for his service at the club.

Sligo Rovers chairman Martin Heraghty said: "Micheál has been a big part of the club since signing in 2016 and has been a great ambassador for the club. We wish him well in the future."
Sligo Rovers is delighted to announce Off The Ball, Ireland’s biggest sports media brand, as official media partner to the club.The announcement was made today, as Raffaele Cretaro and Adam Morgan joined Ger Gilroy and Eoin Sheahan on Off The Ball’s weekday breakfast show, OTBAM. The partnership will see the Off The Ball logo featured on the shorts of all of Sligo Rovers kits, along with advertising in The Showgrounds –...
The Wehrly Bros Player of the Month for May is John Mahon. Mahon beat Mitchell Beeney, Rhys McCabe and Calum Waters to claim the award for the second month running. Congratulations John
Sligo Rovers produced a tremendous match winning display at the Brandywell as Gerard Lyttle's side showed more heart and desire as they easily secured their first league win since April. City right-back Conor McDermott went close on seven minutes as his 25 yard drive flashed inches wide. Rovers, who had started the game on the front foot, took the lead four minutes later in sublime fashion as Rhys McCabe's clever chip ball...
Sligo Rovers travel to The Brandywell on Friday for their first away meeting of the season with Derry City.After two games in The Showgrounds, which resulted in a win each, Rovers head to Derry looking for a third away win of the season.The Bit o’ Red are stretched to the limit again in terms of squad numbers.Adam Morgan, Regan Donelon, Gary Boylan and Raff Cretaro are out injured, while John Mahon and Jack Keaney serve one-game...
Vote for the Sligo Rovers Wehrly Bros Player of the Month for May below. The nominees are Rhys McCabe, Mitchell Beeney, Calum Waters and John Mahon.  Thanks to Wehrly Bros Jewellers for their sponsorship.  Poll closes on Saturday at 12pm.    surveys

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