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Sligo Rovers are delighted to announce an extension to our partnership with Wehrly Bros jewellers on O’Connell Street, which will involve our supporters voting for the player of the month award each month, with the award being sponsored by Wehrly Bros.Following on from its success in 2017, we are delighted to be teaming up with Richard Wehrly yet again, with the supporters involved in the process from start to finish.Each month a shortlist...
Sligo Rovers are delighted to announce an extension to the partnership with Power Right Fire & Security Solutions for the 2018 season.The partnership continues on from last season, with Power Right continuing to be the official partner provider of fire and security solutions to the club.Power Right provide employment to nearly 30 people in the North-West region and have been in business for over 35 years.The partnership is for both future...
Sligo Rovers take on unbeaten Dundalk in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division on Saturday in The Showgrounds.The Bit o' Red secured four points in two games away from home last week, countering a disappointing run at home at the start of the season, and they are now targeting an improvement on return to The Showgrounds.In team news, Rovers have a full squad to choose from, with Regan Donelon and John Mahon recovering from injury.To buy...
The Up the Bit O' Red fundraiser is approaching the final week and Saturday's match with Dundalk in the final home game available to donate. The fund currently stands at a remarkable €38,400.  Contributions can be made online here  at the Showgrounds Office, or by credit card over the phone Monday to Friday 10am to 2pm (07191-71212) by Bank Transfer Bank Branch AIB, Stephen St, Sligo. Sort code 93-72-58...
The 2018 Sligo Rovers Easter Camps have been launched, with the booking process now underway. The Easter camps will run for two weeks, starting this Monday March 26th and finishing on April 6th. Prices and times remain unchanged, with the camp proving to be one of the most competitively priced kids camp in the region. The cost of the camp is €55 for one child, €90 for two children from the one family and €120 for...
The #UpTheBitoRed group will host a table quiz on Thursday 22 March in the Bistro Bianconi as a fundraiser with the Sligo Rovers management and players set to attend. A table of four is available for €20 in the Bistro Bianconi for the quiz and there’ll be lots of spot prizes. The Bianconi is located in the Italian Quarter in Tobergal Lane. Turn up on the night to participate in what should be a fun-filled event with all...
The #bitored have been drawn away to Galway United in the second round of the EA Sports Cup.  The match will be played on Monday 2nd April at Eamonn Deacy Park. Kick-off time TBC. The SSE Airtricity Premier Division match with St Patrick's Athletic postponed last Monday has been rearranged for Tuesday, 15th May at 7:45pm. Rovers v Bohemians scheduled for Saturday, 13th October will now be played on Friday, 12th October...
Sligo Rovers face Dundalk this Saturday in the SSE Airtricity League clash in The Showgrounds, kick-off 7:45pm.As this is our fifth home game in a short space of time, the club have a special offer for families.  Supporters under-12 will be admitted for free with a paying adult.  More details will follow. The Bit O' Red's marketing officer Shane Crossan will be visiting 20 schools in the run-up to the game.To purchase...
Sligo Rovers face their third away game of the week when they travel to Dublin to take on St Patrick's Athletic in Richmond Park on Monday. After four points from two matches with Bray Wanderers and Bohemians in previous days, Rovers travel to south Dublin in good form and keen to keep up the unbeaten away record so far. In team news, John Mahon is the only confirmed absentee with a knee injury. Regan Donelon trained this week and...
Sligo Rovers twice came from behind to claim a point against Bohemians at Dalymount Park. Eoghan Stokes handed the Gypies the lead just short of the half hour with a magnificent curling effort.  Rovers battled back to level proceedings ten minutes before the break through David Cawley.  The Dubliners created the better of the opportunities in the second half and took the lead for the second time on the hour through Ian...

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