The EA SPORTS Cup semi-finals date and kick-off time has been confirmed.
SSE Airtricity League First Division Cobh Ramblers beat Longford Town in the quarter-finals to set up a semi-final against EA SPORTS Cup holders Dundalk. The Lilywhites will make the trip down to St. Colman's Park in the semi-final on
The draw for the EA Sports Cup semi finals took place today.
First Division side Cobh Ramblers were drawn against holders Dundalk at home while Sligo Rovers pulled fellow Premier Division side Derry City at the Showgrounds.
The fixtures will both take place on August 6th 2018.
We are now aware of the four semi finalists for this seasons EA Sports Cup.
Holders Dundalk, Cobh Ramblers, Sligo Rovers & Derry City will compete for the League Cup this season.
Dundalk beat Bohemians last night 3-0 in Oriel Park while Cobh Ramblers impressively beat Longford Town 2-0 to progress.
Waterford FC will look to book a semi-final spot this Tuesday when they face Sligo Rovers in The Showgrounds in the EA SPORTS Cup.
The Blues have seen off two Cork teams in the competition to reach the quarter-finals, beating Cork City on penalties after a 1-1 draw last month, as
Dundalk FC went down to a 2-1 loss against Waterford FC in the SSE Airtricity League at the RSC on Friday night. Izzy Akinade struck twice to put the hosts in front before Ronan Murray pulled one back on the stroke of the half-time interval.
Sharing his thoughts on a “disappointing
The EA SPORTS Cup Quarter-Final line-up has been completed with eight teams set to commence battle on Monday, May 7 and Tuesday, May 8.
In the event of a draw after 90 minutes of play, extra-time of 30 minutes shall be played. If the scores are still level, then a penalty
The UEFA Champions League semi-final first-leg was on television. Liverpool against Roma. Salah, Mane, Firmino. Live from a packed and electric Anfield. Happy days. So who would contemplate venturing out from their sitting room to watch a domestic League Cup game likely to be poorly attended and feature squad players?
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
Speaking ahead of the trip to Dublin, midfielder Jamie McGrath told dundalkfc.com that while he knows that the side can play better than Friday night, he was pleased to get the win.
“It was a scrappy enough game and we were happy to just get the three points. It wasn’t our
Penalties needed to separate Bohemians and UCD with Colin McCabe emerging the hero for the home side in a wonderfully entertaining cup game at a rainy Dalymount Park.
Despite mother nature’s best effort to give the players a day off the game went ahead and those who braved the elements weren’t