St. Patrick's Athletic v Derry City has been postponed due to international call-ups. The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixture was set to take place on Friday, March 22 but has been postponed due to international involvement. A new date for the fixture will be announced in due course.
Darryl Geraghty reports from Dalymount Park Gypsies come from behind to extend their undefeated streak in a tight 1-1 draw at home to the Candystripes in front of a crowd of over 2,900. Bohs conceded their first of the season as Stokes come back to haunt his former sidebefore James Finnerty notched his
Bohemian FC can confirm that we today took the decision to withdraw from the IRN-BRU Scottish Challenge Cup following discussions with the FAI, the SPFL and East Fife. The late postponement of Saturday's quarter-final against East Fife at Dalymount Park presented both clubs and both associations with a logistical nightmare. We deeply
Shane Supple has announced his retiremnet from football with immediate effect through a persistent hip injury. He released the below statement on the Bohemians website: As of today, I will be hanging up my gloves and stepping away from the game. This is a decision I haven’t taken lightly but due to a
Bohemians are delighted to announce the signings of midfielder Conor Levingston and goalkeeper James Talbot. Both have represented Ireland at youth level all the way up to U19s and come to Dalymount Park after five years at Wolves and Sunderland respectively. As well as the new arrivals, defender/midfielder Robbie McCourt and striker
Waterford FC are delighted to announce the signing of JJ Lunney for the 2019 season. The 20-year-old midfielder joins the club having spent the 2018 season with Bohemians. Jonathan "JJ" Lunney spent two seasons at Preston North End before joining St Patrick’s Athletic for 18 months in 2016. The left-footed Dubliner made 21
Bohemian FC is delighted to reveal our 2019 O'Neills away jersey, which is now available for pre-sale order in time for Christmas. Dalymount Park has played a unique part - chiefly in the sporting - but also in the musical and cultural history of Ireland. The Home of Irish Football was graced in the