New Jerseys Launched


Our launch event for the new range of Sligo Rovers jerseys from Joma was held today in the Clarion hotel.

The new home jersey is in familiar Rovers red with a white shoulder and white shorts and socks.

Rovers will revert a white away jersey in 2016 with a Bit o’Red trim.

A third jersey has also been introduced in navy blue.

We also launched three kits to be worn by our goalkeeping duo of Micheal Schlingermann and Ciaran Nugent.


Raff Cretaro in the home jersey.



New signing Jimmy Keohane models the away kit.


The new navy third kit as worn by Gary Armstrong.



The collection of goalkeeping kits, thanks to Michael Schlingermann and Ciaran Nugent.

Full gallery from the launch is here.

The home jersey will go on sale from next Wednesday at our game against Liverpool under-21s and from our club store thereafter. The Liverpool game will also see the jersey wore for the very first time.

The away and third kits will go on sale shortly after. The price of all is a reduced €45 for adults and €35 for kids.

We were delighted to welcome representatives from Joma over to the event and would also like to thanks the Clarion hotel for hosting.

The new Sligo Rovers jerseys are designed with DRY MX. This is a unique fabric technology that keep the body dry and comfortable by drawing sweat away from the skin thus reducing cling from perspiration whilst still the allowing air to circulate. This allows the body to stay dry and comfortable during high level sports performance and exercise.

About Joma Sport

Joma Sport is a 100% Spanish Capital Company, dedicated to the manufacture and marketing of sports equipment. Joma is the most important Spanish sports brand, with the highest sales volume in the world, and proud to be in the top ten global brands. It was founded by Fructuoso López in 1965, and since then its progress has been quick. The Joma brand is now present in markets of more than 100 countries and has subsidiaries in eight countries: Mexico, Panama, Brazil, USA, Italy, China, UK and Germany.

Since its foundation, Joma has been closely related with two sports: football and athletics. We have partnered and have sponsorship agreements with great athletes and teams such as  Emilio Butragueño and Alfonso (Real Madrid), Pepe Reina (Spanish World cup winner), Sevilla FC, Valencia CF, ACF Fiorentina, Levski Sofia, US Citta di Palermo, Sampdoria, FC Espanyol and International teams including Romania, Honduras & Cuba.

Due to these sponsorships, Joma is present in all the world major soccer leagues, in all international competitions and the World Cup. Currently, in the La Liga, Joma are the official technical sponsor of Granada CF, Getafe CF and Espanyol FC.

The Joma brand is also present in other sports such as athletics, sponsoring the Spanish National Athletics squad, in tennis, with Alex Dolgopolov, Nicolas Almagro, Pablo Carreño, Jan-Lennard Struff, Marcel Granollers & Iñigo Cervantes amongst others, and other high profile partners such as the Spanish Olympic Committee, with Joma participating in the Olympic Games Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 alongside other Olympic committee’s including Mexico & Portugal.




Recent Articles

Tickets for the Sligo Rovers Annual Draw are now on sale following last year's record-breaking year. The fundraiser has contributed hundreds of thousands in recent seasons to the club thanks to loyal support and hard work of the ticket...
Jimmy Keohane emerged from the bench to net the only goal of the game as Cork City beat Sligo Rovers by one goal to nil at Turner's Cross. Keohane netted twelve minutes from time to keep Cork to within two points of leaders Dundalk. ...
Sligo Rovers take on Cork City on Tuesday in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division at Turner's Cross. The Bit O'Red secured their third win of the season on Saturday by beating Limerick 2-1. In team news, Gerard Lyttle will have the same squad...