To celebrate Dublin LGBTQ Pride 2017 and both teams’ dedication to their core values of Respect and Diversity a Shelbourne XI will play the Dublin Devils at 2pm on June 17th at Tolka Park, Richmond Road, Dublin 3.
The Shelbourne team will include club legends such as Stuart Byrne, Gary Howlett,
Travelling to Limerick to watch Bray Wanderers wasn’t an option for me on Friday last due to family and work commitments, but I did manage to get to Tolka Park to see the Shelbourne versus Longford Town game in the First Division.
Normally it’s only my son Blaise that accompanies
Students snatch all three points in spectacular fashion as Hanrahan hits a top class effort worthy of winning any game
The home side, looking to avenge a heavy defeat by the students at the start of March, made 10 changes to the side that were defeated last time out in
Abbey Seals International Ltd have renewed their partnership with Shelbourne Football club as they continue to be the main sponsors of the club for the 2017 season.
Abbey Seals became the main sponsor of the Dublin side last season and have renewed the deal.
Shelbourne released today that they are delighted to
Shelbourne have launched their new home shirt for the 2017 season and we have to say it looks top notch.
We are huge fans of it but have a look yourself and see what you think.
Fans can purchase it online here
With Christmas coming up fast, we have put together 5 things you can buy League of Ireland fans online as a present.
It would be advised that this person supports the relevant club :)
1. Shamrock Rovers Half Zip Top - €45 - Buy Here
Any Shamrock Rovers fan would be delighted with
Bohemian FC have wasted no time in adding to their talented roster by completing the signing of left winger Jamie Doyle from neighbors and soon to be ground sharers, Shelbourne FC.
Doyle joined Shels in December 2016 having had a successful stint with UCD, playing a big part in the
Shelbourne FC would like to express its disgust and disappointment at the actions of those individuals who were involved in the unsavoury incidents which occurred in Tolka Park last Saturday evening.
Peaceful protest is quite acceptable and it should be noted that club personnel did not intervene in the protest while
Shelbourne FC confirm that they have come to an agreement with DCC and will be relocating to a redeveloped Dalymount Park as co tenants with Bohemian FC.
Chairman of the football club Joseph Casey released the following statement.
Shelbourne FC wishes to announce that it has come to an agreement with Dublin
It has been confirmed today that Shelbourne FC will move into a ground share in Dalymount Park with Dublin rivals Bohemian FC.
Dublin City Council confirmed to 98FM that they have agreed a deal with the club to acquire the lease for Tolka Park, which paves the way for them to