Keith Long Q&A

(Bars open from 7pm) 

Bohemians fans will have the opportunity to speak to manager Keith Long at a questions and answers session at Dalymount Park this Thursday

Some members of the first team will also be present as Keith will talk about his new signings and outlines his hopes and aspirations for the 2016 season.

Questions for Keith Long can be pre-submitted on the Facebook event page.


Walking Football

The Bohemian Foundation is starting a new walking football initiative in Ballymun.

If successful, it will be extended to other areas of Dublin.

The aim of the project is to encourage people over the age of 50 to get active.

There are big health benefits to walking football, which promotes cardiovascular fitness while minimising stress on the body.

But, apart from fitness, walking football also offers social benefits, encouraging participants to meet new people.

See flyer for details.

Walking Football

Dublin in 1890 – when Bohemians were born

Thursday 1 October, 7.45pm, Dalymount Park (Members’ Bar), Phibsboro

A History Ireland Hedge School on the social, cultural and political conditions of Dublin in 1890 when a group of students met to found Bohemian Football Club

Chaired by Tommy Graham, editor, History Ireland, with Donal Fallon (Come Here To Me blog), Dr Mary McAuliffe (UCD), Dr David Dickson (TCD, Author of Dublin – the Making of a Capital City), Dr Ciaran Priestley (Bohemian FC)

Tickets €5 from Bohemian FC office at Dalymount Park and our online store.

History Hedge School

Tour of Bohemian Graves

Saturday 3 October, 11 am, from Finglas Road entrance of Glasnevin Cemetery

Our tour will include the graves of Gerard O’Sullivan, d. 1931, Richard Hooper, d. 1931, Joe Wickham, d. 1968, Capt. Emmet Dalton, d. 1978, Paddy Andrews, d. 1981, Jeremiah (Sam) Robinson, d. 1985 and others

Tickets €4 from Bohemian FC office at Dalymount Park and our online store.

Contact: Brian Trench, Bohemian FC Media Officer,

Glasnevin Tour

Encouraging integration through sport

Friday May 22, Dalymount Park, 6.30pm

As part of Dublin City Council’s Social Inclusion Week programme, Bohemian FC welcome football fans from different cultures and nationalities to Dalymount Park this Friday ahead of our game against Bray Wanderers.

Our event is to encourage integration in the community through sport and in the run-up to the game, free tickets will be provided to members of different communities.

We encourage attendees to bring flags, banners, scarves and jerseys from their home clubs or national teams, while refreshments and finger food will be provided (from 6.30pm) during a briefing on the history of our club prior to the game.

Children from each community will also be selected to be mascots for the game, which kicks off at 7.45pm.

Dublin City Council Social Inclusion Week
Website by Simon Alcock