HIGHLIGHTS: Finn Harps 1 Bohemians 0

Highlights of our first game of the 2021 SSE Airtricity League season where Bohs were left kicking themselves for not making their changes count as a mistake at the back allowed Harps’ Adam Foley in for the only goal of the game.


Bohemian FC is delighted to formally recognise the newly-formed Bohs Disability Supporters Association as an official supporters club.


The Bohs DSA is an independent supporters group that is the voice of fans with a disability.

We encourage any fan with a disability to join the Bohs DSA and you can email them at bohsdsa@outlook.ie.

The Bohs DSA will liaise closely with James Flanagan, the club’s Disability and Social Inclusion Access Officer, on several areas to improve accessibility and inclusion at the club, while also working with James and key stakeholders to ensure the new Dalymount will be accessible to all for generations to come.

The launch of the supporters club was held via Zoom with Bohemian FC president Chris Brien and first team manager Keith Long in attendance as the club gave formal recognition to the group.

The Bohs DSA is the first DSA in the country.

Speaking on behalf of the group, Paul Dwyer said: “I believe as part of Ireland’s first DSA I can help make simple changes that make football accessible for anyone and everyone who wishes to enjoy it regardless of a physical or intellectual disability.”

Bohemian FC Chief Operating Officer Daniel Lambert said: “This is a fantastic new addition to our supporters clubs – a group that is comprised of people living with or affected by a disability and their family members.

“They know better than anyone what measures we can take to make our club the most inclusive and accessible environment possible. We look forward to engaging with them and working closely together, and congratulations to them on establishing the first DSA in Ireland.”

The launch of the Bohs DSA is in celebration of CAFE Week of Action 2021. The Week of Action is a annual celebration of access, inclusion and the many diverse roles that disabled people can play right across the industry.



Bohemians are delighted to confirm that eight Bohs-SKB Academy graduates have signed professional terms with the first team.

They are goalkeepers Kian Moore and Reece Byrne, defenders Sean Grehan and Gavin O’Brien, midfielders Jamie Mullins, Colin Conroy and Aaron Doran, and winger/forward Robbie Mahon.



Andy Lyons, returning from his star performance at the U19 European Championships, put in an impressive shift in Bohs’ late 3-2 win v Shelbourne in the first round of the FAI Cup on Friday. Jamie O’Halleron caught up with him after the game. Filmed by Sean De Faoite.


The magic of the FAI Cup was alive and well in Dalymount Park last night, as Bohs came from 0-2 down to win 3-2 against First Divison leaders Shelbourne. Jamie O’Halleron spoke to Keith Long after the game. Filmed by Sean De Faoite.

GOALS: Bohemians 3 Shelbourne 2

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