Dundalk have released their new away jersey for the 2018 season.
The League of Ireland club will wear the jersey for the first time on Friday night when they play Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght.
The new jersey will be on sale from the club shop in Oriel Park during office hours from
Cork City retained the President's Cup with a 4-2 victory over Dundalk in Oriel Park on Sunday.
Here is a video of the games six goals.
Eir Sport have announced three League of Ireland games that they will be showing live.
Dundalk v Cork City @ Oriel Park on March 9th.
Shamrock Rovers v Bohemians @ Tallaght Stadium on April 13th.
Bohemians v Cork City @ Dalymount Park on April 20th.
🙌⚽️️🇮🇪📺 We are delighted to
It has been a tough week to be a Dundalk fan.
Our league campaign ended and we had to hand our trophy over to Cork. However, all Lilywhites had come to terms with that eventuality some six months ago.
Most of us began the last week in positive mood. Our new look
It has been revealed that the interested consortium looking to purchase Dundalk FC are Peak6.
They are a Chicago-based investment firm, who have a 25% stake in English Premier League side Bournemouth.
As expected, Peak6 noticed and became interested in Dundalk after their amazing Europa League run in 2016 which they only
Danish defender Niclas Vemmelund has announced that he is to leave Dundalk and that the FAI cup final will be his last game for the Lilywhites.
Speaking to James Rogers of local Dundalk newspaper 'The Argus' the Dane said that, “I’m not going to sign and Stephen has known for maybe
Dundalk FC are delighted to announce that Chris Shields and Brian Gartland have agreed to extend their stay at the club.
Shields recently clocked up his 210thappearance at the club and now enters his seventh year at Oriel Park. He joined the club from Bray Wanderers in January 2012 and has
Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers must meet again in a replay after the sides drew one goal a piece at Oriel Park today in their FAI Cup semi final clash.
Dundalk went ahead through a Robbie Benson goal that was worked well up the pitch by captain Stephen O’Donnell and played across
'It's the end of an era in terms of League of Ireland commentary this weekend' - That’s because well known Dundalk broadcaster Gerry Malone is parting company with local radio station LMFM after almost 30 years.
Gerry, best known to those on Twitter as @LiveatOriel, was a founding member of the
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny has signed a new two year deal with the club.
The deal will keep Kenny at the club until 2020.
Since arriving in 2012, The Dubliner has brought huge successes and trophies to the club including three League titles, FAI Cup, EA Sports Cup along with the magical