Former Dundalk man Richie Towell has been handed a new deal from his club Brighton & Hove Albion.
The Dubliner signed for Chris Hughtons side on a two and half year deal only eighteen months ago and has been handed a contract extension until 2019.
Towell found chances hard to come by under
The draw for the EA Sports Cup semi finals took place today and it has come out with some entertaining match ups.
Shamrock Rovers v Cork City (Tallaght Stadium)
Galway United v Dundalk (Eamonn Deacy Park)
The fixtures are scheduled in for Monday August 7th.
More information to follow.
Dundalk FC have announced two upcoming fixture changes.
The first is against Limerick which was scheduled for Saturday 20th May will now take place on Friday 19th at the Markets Field.
Also the Dundalk v Galway United match due to take place on Friday 14th July will now take place on Monday
Sports broadcaster Eir Sport has announced that they will show the League of Ireland fixture between Dundalk & Finn Harps at Oriel Park on June 23rd.
The game will kick off at 7.45pm.
Dundalk defeated Ollie Horgan's men 2-0 up in Ballybofey in April with a brace from David McMillan.
Image Credit: Eir
It was Easter weekend, so Bible stories were on the radar. Another one came to mind on Good Friday, as Bray Wanderers prepared to take on Dundalk at Oriel Park – the story of David and Goliath. In the Bible passage David won, and Bray as David won on
A David McMillan double kept the title hopes alive for Stephen Kenny’s men who are 6 points behind a Cork side who have a record-equalling 8 wins from their first 8 games.
An interesting opening 20 minutes saw a fairly even passage of football with Harps playing at an impressive
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny believes that Drogheda United boss Pete Mahon’s longevity in the game is something that young manager’s and coaches should take note of.
Speaking to dundalkfc.com ahead of tonigts night’s Louth derby Kenny spoke of the values that Mahon has instilled in his teams throughout his career.
Good evening and welcome to LeagueofIreland.ie's live updates from Oriel Park of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixture between Dundalk & Shamrock Rovers.
The teams have been announced as follows -
Dundalk: Sava, Gannon, Gartland, Barrett, Massey, Duffy, Benson, O'Donnell, McEleney, Mountney, Kilduff. Subs: McGrath, Vemmelund, Clifford, Kinsella, Ubaezuono, Stewart, Kelly
Dundalk supporters have been living the dream under manager Stephen Kenny.
Having waited 19 years for the league title to return to Oriel Park, three have come along at once - the latest achieved amidst the greatest run by an Irish team in European competition.
2016 will live long in the
SSE Airtricity League of Ireland champions Dundalk FC has received a boost in their quest to win four league titles in a row with the news that club sponsor Fyffes has renewed its support for the forthcoming 2017 season.
The partnership, which is now entering its sixth year, will see banana