• The Irish U16 soccer team take on Wales in their second Shield match tomorrow at 2pm.

    Sligo Rovers’ Darragh Reilly Captained the squad in their opening round defeat to Scotland yesterday.

    Their final match will be against Northern Ireland on Friday in the Welsh tournament.

  • Sligo Rovers U19 side travel to Ballybofey this evening to take on Finn Harps in Finn Park at 7:45pm

    Brian Dorrian’s side progressed to the Enda McGuill Cup semi final last Saturday with a 3-2 win over Cabinteely at The Showgrounds, and now face two games against North West neighbours Harps in the next four days.

    Rovers will most likely have to plan without Niall Morahan & Luke McNicholas who continue to be involved in the first team squad, and may be involved in Friday night’s cup match in Dublin.

    The home side are in fourth position in the table and will be looking to maintain their spot in the top four and qualify for the quarter finals.

    The sides meet again this Sunday at The Sean Fallon Centre at 2pm.

  • Gerry McAnaney has been elected as the new President of the FAI.


    The former Cobh Ramblers and Cork City player has been an FAI Council member for over twenty years.


    He defeated Sligo Rovers chairman Martin Heraghty by 88 votes to 40 at the association's E-G-M.


    McAnaney will take over from Donal Conway as FAI President.

  • Three Sligo Rovers players have been called into the Republic of Ireland Women’s Under 17 squad for a double header against Belgium.


    Manorhamilton’s Muireann Devaney, Swinford’s Emer O’Neill and Grange’s Sarah Kiernan have all been named in the squad that will travel to Brussels from August 8th until August 14th for the double header friendly.


    It is the first time that Kiernan has been called into a Republic of Ireland squad.


    Emer O'Neill had been named in the stand-by list, but received the news that she had been called into the squad shortly after the initial announcement.