Dublin City Council confirm purchase of Dalymount Park for €3.8m

The Dublin City Council have confirmed that it has agreed to buy Dalymount Park stadium in Phibsborough, Dublin from Bohemian FC for €3.8m. Bohemians will be staying in the stadium, which will be redeveloped as a sports centre and has the possibility of private development. The original plan was to have Shelbourne FC

Bohemians announce friendly with Scottish side Hearts

Dublin side Bohemian Football club have announced a friendly with Scottish Championship winners Hearts on July 1st at Dalymount Park. The game will be a part of the Scottish sides pre-season preparation for their return to the Scottish Premier Division in August. The game has been scheduled for Wednesday 1st July at

Could Keith Long be the man to bring a title back to Dalymount Park?

After exactly one third of the season played Keith Long's Bohemian FC lie on 21 points and just two points behind second place. If you could  give that finish to Long now he would take it no doubt but there is a long way to go in the 2015 SSE Airtricity

Dalymount Park bought for €3.4m

Dalymount Park, the home of Bohemians FC, is set to be bought by Dublin City Council for a fee of €3.4m According to a report in today’s Irish Independent, it is understood that the Phibsborough ground will remain a football ground, however, with the FAI reported to be willing to lease

Christy Fagan favourite to be top goalscorer in 2015

St Patrick's Athletic's Christy Fagan has been placed as favourite to top the League of Ireland goalscoring charts according to Irish bookmakers Paddy Power. Fagan is 4/1 to be top of the charts with Shamrock Rovers Danny North in second place at 10/1. Four players are all priced at 12/1 including Ciaran

Dave Mulcahy returns to Bohemians

Bohemians FC have announced the re-signing of midfielder Dave Mulcahy for a fourth year at the club. The Kilkenny native, returns after a spell with Cork City over the closed season. Manager Keith Long said speaking to Bohemiansfc.com: “It’s great to have him back, we didn’t want him to leave in