U15s ready for kick-off

Best of luck to the Bohemians U15s who kick off the new SSE Airtricity Under-15 League tomorrow.

They host cross-city rivals St. Patrick’s Athletic in their opening fixture at the NDSL’s Oscar Traynor Centre at 3pm.

The team is managed by JJ Glynn (http://bohemianfc.com/?p=11229) and his management team is made up of Glen Byrne, Conor Murphy and Jamie Wilson, overseen by Youth Director Conor Emerson and Youth Development Officer Ian Morris.

Pictured is Warren Curran at this week’s league launch.

U15 squad:
Morgan Griffin (Goalkeeper, ex-Cabinteely)
Thomas Considine (Defender, ex-Peamount Utd)
Warren Curran (Defender, ex-St Francis)
Craig Maguire (Defender, ex-Crumlin Utd)
Evan Weir (Defender, ex-Belvedere)
Adam Verdon (Midfielder, ex-St Francis)
Ryan Reaper (Midfielder, ex-Peamount Utd)
Eoin Gavin (Midfielder ex-Tullamore)
Alex Egan (Midfielder ex-Tullamore)
James Carr-Mc Mahon (Striker, ex-Belvedere)
James Maloney (Defender, ex-St Kevin’s/NDSL)
Dylan Coady (Midfielder, Bohemians/NDSL)
Andrez Lopez (Midfielder, Bohemians/NDSL)
Joshua Daly (Defender, ex-Cherry Orchard)
Sean Roughan (Defender, ex-Swords Celtic/NDSL)
Ethan Delaney (Midfielder, Bohemians/NDSL)
Stephen Damian (Goalkeeper, ex-Rivervalley Rangers/NDSL)
Jamie Whelan (Midfielder, ex-Cherry Orchard)

Meanwhile, the Bohemians U19s and U17s both face Sligo Rovers tomorrow at 2pm.

Graham Lawlor’s U19s host the Bit O’Red at IT Blanchardstown while Jimmy Mowlds’ U17s travel west to The Showgrounds.


Bohemian Football Club are inviting applicants to express their interest in the role of Head Coach for the League of Ireland U15 team, which commences August 2017.

We are looking for an enthusiastic coach with a good knowledge of the relevant age group of players, and the relevant leagues they play in.


Job Description

  • To assemble squad through talent identification for the beginning of the LOI U15 season
  • Organise, plan and deliver a suitable player development programme in line with the FAI and Bohemian FC coaching syllabus
  • Uphold the clubs code of conduct
  • Setting high standards for the players both ON and OFF the pitch
  • Create and maintain appropriate communication with players/parents/clubs/leagues relevant to the team
  • To work with the media in any area regarding Bohemian Football Club

Qualifications (Skills) Required

  • UEFA B Licence
  • Up to date Child Protection Certificate
  • Administrative and organisational skills
  • An ability to produce verbal and written reports
  • Long-term commitment to working within a multi-disciplinary team
  • Access to both email and phone
  • Full driving licence
  • Fluency in English

Interested candidates should email Ian at ian@bohemians.ie for further information.




Coach (Youth Section) – Volunteer Application

Due to their expansion, Bohemian FC would like to invite applicants for the volunteer role of Coach (Youth Section).

Bohemian FC are one of Ireland’s leading football clubs, winning the League of Ireland on 11 occasions, and the FAI cup 7 times.

The club are based in North Dublin, and having been founded in 1890, are the oldest League of Ireland club. Bohemian FC is 100% owned by the members of the club

The youth teams are based in Albert College on the Ballymun Road, Dublin 9; as well as Dalymount Park in Phibsboro, Dublin 7.



The position will involve implementing fun and healthy training structures with a Bohemian FC Youth Team, based on the development of the player towards the goal of representing the club at Senior Level. This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a highly respected League of Ireland club with a proactive Youth Management. This position will require the commitment of 2 Training Days and 1 Match Day per week.

Successful applicants will join the existing coaching team and also have the opportunity to increase their sport networks, and learn valuable skills such as event management, communication, high performance coaching techniques and financial planning.

Skill Requirements

  • Administrative and Organisational Skills
  • Self Motivated
  • Flexible to achieve Youth Development Goals
  • Ability to produce verbal and written reports
  • Understanding of the sports and recreational environment
  • Access to both email and phone
  • Fluency in English
  • Drive to achieve player development

Interested candidates should email their application and CV to Ian Morris at ian@bohemians.ie.



Congratulations to Jimmy Mowlds’ Bohemians Under-17s who were crowned Mark Farren Cup winners on Wednesday night.

Goals from man-of-the-match Robbie Dunne on five minutes and Steven Nolan on 73 minutes gave the Gypsies a 2-0 win over St Patrick’s Athletic in the final at Richmond Park.

In a highly polished performance, substitute Ryan Hart also found the net for Bohs but his effort was ruled offside.

Skipper Stephen Morley collected the Mark Farren Memorial Cup from Ireland international James McClean – a friend and former Derry City team-mate of the late Mark Farren.

Bohemians: Paul McCarthy, Mitch Byrne, Eoin Doyle, Shay Curley, Jamie Hanley (Ryan Hart 78), Stephen Morley (C), Gabi Aghinita (Lido Lotefa 60), Domo Peppard, Robbie Dunne (Jordon Maguire 90), Aaron Lynch (Aaron Townley 78), Steven Nolan. Subs: Eoghan Moloney.


Bohemians have agreed a deal with the FAI to use the Phoenix Park Fifteen Acres facility.

It marks a return for the club to the site of our foundation. On September 6th, 1890, the Bohemian Football Club was formed in the gate-lodge of the Phoenix Park.

Now, Bohemians will now see our schoolboy sections play there at Fifteen Acres having reached an agreement with the FAI.

Club President Matt Devaney believes the deal is integral to the future of the club.

He said: “We needed to have a permanent base from which, we can grow our football club from. To have this on our door-step, it’s a god-send for the club.


“We meet the FAI quite regularly and I happened to mention to Richard Fahey (FAI Director of Club Licensing and Facility Development) that we’re struggling for pitches as we’ve doubled the amount of teams we operate over the last few years.

“Richard was able to speak to John Delaney and thankfully, we’ve been able to get this all important move.

“It’s a great time for the under-age football in Ireland and it probably hasn’t got the media coverage it’s deserved. The changes to the under-age structure are a game-changer for Irish football, anyone in the SSE Airtricity League would acknowledge that.”

There are up to 12 pitches that can be used at the facility and Bohemians are set to have their small-sided games (U8-U11) on Saturdays and their 11-a-side matches (U14 and U16) played on a Sunday.

Youth Director Conor Emerson said: “This is an important part of our history as we’re rebuilding the youth section of the club.

“The SSE Airtricity League under-age structure is also a huge help to our under-age teams as we’ve been able to attract a certain standard of player.

“It won’t be long until we can offer the full path-way right through to the first-team which is really exciting. Phoenix Park is such a beautiful location which is very much in our locality with 12 full-size pitches so it’s ideal for the club to grow its youth section in.”

FAI Director of Club Licensing and Facility Development, Richard Fahey said: “We’re delighted to help Bohemians and facilitate their move to Phoenix Park.

“It is their historical home but importantly, with the expansion of their youth development and the Academy structures, myself and John Delaney believe it is vital to support their efforts in any way possible.

“We’re continuing to look at ways we can help all SSE Airtricity League clubs around the country and it’s great to get this deal completed.”

Bohemian Youths Trials in Dalymount Park

Bohemian Youths are hosting their annual trials in Dalymount Park on Sat 2nd, Sun 3rd & Sun 10th July 2016.

We are looking for players of all ages from U8 – U16 to join a fun, friendly development oriented environment. We are focused bringing through players so they can become the next generation of Bohemians and represent our club on the pitch and and in our community.

To take part you must register here – http://www.123contactform.com/form-2007987/Event-Registration-Form

Saturday 2nd July
U9 & U10 (2007/08) – 10am
U11 & U12 (2005/06) – 11am
U13 & U14 (2003/04) – 12pm

Sunday 3rd July
U7 & U8 (2009/10) – 10am
U15 (2002) – 11am
U16 (2001) – 12pm

Sunday 10th July
U7 & U8 (2009/10) – 10am
U9 & U10 (2007/08) – 11am
U11 & U12 (2005/06) – 12am
U13 & U14 (2003/04) – 1pm
U15 (2002) – 2pm
U16 (2001) – 3pm


Bohemian FC Youths are seeking coaches for the new League of Ireland U13 and U15 teams.

We also require coaches for our Premier and Community teams.

Be a part of Bohemian FC.

Get in touch – youths@bohemians.ie

Bohs U19s beat Irish U17 selection

Goals from Jamie Hollywood (pictured) and Cian Flynn gave the Bohs Under-19s a 2-1 win over an Irish home-based Under-17 team selection at Abbotstown on Saturday.

The team and backroom staff would also like to thank Matt Britton (www.mattbritton.ie) for their recent equipment sponsorship.

Bohs Hit Cavan Monaghan for Six!

Last Saturday saw the Under 17 squad travel to Gortakeegan for their second away game of the season. After a bright start from Bohemians, Cavan Monaghan took the lead from a free kick on 13 mins. A quick reply from Ryan Graydon saw the game level and Cian Flynn put Bohemians ahead just before the break. Cavan Monaghan started the second half strongly and pushed Bohemians hard in the first 10 mins. A quick counter attack saw Gabi Aghinita clean through with only the keeper to beat before he was taken down just outside the box. A red card for the Cavan Monaghan player followed but it was no consolation for Gabi who had to leave the field with a broken collarbone. Cian Flynn added a third from the resulting free kick which was quickly followed by a fourth for Steven Nolan. Bohemians just kept the ball as Cavan Monaghan pushed on and it was Steven Nolan again who added the fifth after a great cross from Cian Flynn. Jordan Maguire finished off a great team move from Bohemians to make it six on the day.

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