Former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher will be the special guest on the night for Drogheda United’s season launch. The launch is the 18th February in the Westcourt hotel at 7pm.
Norwich City have announced the signing of 18 year old William Hondermarck from Drogheda United. Speaking to canaries.co.uk, Hondermarck said: “It feels like a dream. To have the chance to be involved in an environment like this is amazing for me. “I’ve had a really successful trial period here. It’s been hard work with
Tickets for Finn Harps v Drogheda United, 2nd leg at Finn Park on Friday 19th will be on sale from Saturday in outlets around the county. The club would request that where possible supporters purchase tickets in advance to avoid congestion on match night. Please note that season tickets are not valid
Things could have worked out so differently for Drogheda United boss Tim Clancy this season. Handed a potentially crippling four-match touchline ban for comments he made about match officials following the “Drogs” FAI Cup exit at home to Waterford FC, many wondered if the wheels would come off the County
Hit with a four-game touchline ban, following some unflattering post-match comments about the leagues match officials after Drogheda’s unfortunate FAI Cup exit at home to Waterford, many felt Tim Clancy’s choice of words could very well derail the County Louth sides promotion chances this season. Needing a win a fortnight
The Football Association of Ireland can confirm that a new stadium in Drogheda, to be built in conjunction with Louth County Council’s plans for a Municipal Playing Pitches at North Drogheda, has been agreed with the Local Authority. The new stadium will be an initial 3,000 seater complex with scope of
Galway United host second place Drogheda United at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night. Shane Keegan's side responded to a harsh loss in Ballybofey with crucial wins against UCD and Cabinteely. Since losing at the same venue, Drogheda United have won against Athlone Town and Wexford FC. The two sides come into the
Holders Dundalk, who progressed past St Patrick’s Athletic in a penalty shoot-out in the last round, will host Bohemians in the stand out tie of the round. Cobh Ramblers await the winners of the 3rd Round tie between Shamrock Rovers and Longford Town, while the winners of the postponed fixture between