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

PHIZZFEST BOHEMIAN CAFÉ

Moments from Bohemians’ rich history are marked in an exhibition this weekend at the Phizzfest Bohemian Café.

The exhibition runs from Saturday 2 May to Monday 4 May, 1-5pm each day in the Scout Hall behind Phibsboro Public Library.

The exhibition includes items recalling Bohemian legends: Jackie Jameson’s blazer, Billy Young’s captain’s cap and family photos of Harry Cannon.

There is a display commemorating the death of Gerard O’Sullivan from injuries received playing for Bohs in April 1931.

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Phizzfest Bohemian Café

KEITH LONG Q&A

FRIDAY DECEMBER 12th, DALYMOUNT PARK, 7pm 

Bohemians fans will have the opportunity to meet and speak to the club’s new manager Keith Long at a questions and answers session at Dalymount Park next Friday.

Some members of the first team will also be present as Keith will talk about his new signings and details his hopes and aspirations for the 2015 season.

The 2015 home jersey and new online store will be officially launched on the same day and a wide range of new Hummel first-team merchandise will be available to purchase at the event.

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SPOKEN WORD NIGHT

Your club of culture Bohemian FC will be hosting another spoken word and music evening this Friday 5th December in Dalymount Park.

Entry to the event is free. Local spoken word artist and Bohs fan Lewis Kenny has arranged the following acts:

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SPOKEN WORD @ DALYMOUNT PARK

Your club of culture will host a spoken word night in Dalymount Park’s Jackie Jameson Bar next Thursday (September 11th from 8pm).

It’s free entry – and so far we have confirmed the following guests:

There will be an open mic section at the end of the show for anyone who wants to perform or recite.

 

 

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