Dundalk fans to wear rival club Drogheda United jersey to raise money for cancer

Dundalk superfan Mark 'Maxi' Kavanagh will be wearing a Drogheda United jersey tonight (yes you have read this correct) at the Louth Derby between Dundalk and Drogheda at Oriel Park. Maxi along with Orla Crilly will be doing so to raise money towards Today FM's Dare to Care campaign for the

League of Ireland fixture changes announced

Two SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixtures have been rescheduled. Derry City's game against Drogheda United, which was originally scheduled for Sunday, September 3 at Maginn Park, has been postponed due to international call-ups for Derry players. The fixture between Finn Harps and Sligo Rovers, originally scheduled for Friday, September 15, will

Who is left in the FAI Cup for the last 16 draw tonight?

The draw for the last 16 of the FAI Cup takes place tonight live on Soccer Republic at 6.30pm. You can watch it live on RTE Player. Here are the teams left in the draw. Dundalk Drogheda Utd Galway Utd St Patrick's Athletic Bluebell Utd Limerick FC Longford Town Cork City Bangor Celtic Athlone Town Cobh Wanderers Finn Harps Shamrock Rovers Crumlin Utd Shelbourne Cabinteely

Jack Bayly signs for Drogheda United

Drogheda United are pleased to announce the signing of midfielder Jack Bayly from St Patrick's Athletic. A Republic of Ireland youth international, Bayly progressed to the Saints first-team having been a part of the side that won the inaugural Under-19 League Final. He made his competitive debut in August 2013 against Shelbourne

Sean Thornton retires from football

Drogheda United midfielder Sean Thornton has today confirmed his retirement from professional football with immediate effect. The 34-year-old returned home to his local club in 2015 where he made 73 appearances for Drogheda, scoring 14 goals. Sean began his career across the water with Tranmere Rovers where he would make 11 appearances

A Valuable three points for Horgan’s men at United Park

Ollie Horgan’s Finn Harps side picked up their sixth win of the campaign just north of the capital. An explosive start saw Sean Houston break down the left before delivering a low cross, subsequently dealt with but only as far as the edge of the box, with Harps rewarded with a

Killian Brennan & Marc Griffin leave Drogheda United

Drogheda United's relegation fears seem to have increased over the weekend with the announcement that two of their more experienced and pivotal players Marc Griffin & Killian Brennan have left the club. Both players stated that they asked to leave and were not released. The pair failed to nail down a consistent