We are pleased to reveal the Bohemians home shirt for 2024, designed by in-house club designers once again and produced in Ireland by our kit partner O’Neills.

The jersey commemorates the 100th anniversary of Bohemians winning the first national league title in the club’s history in what was then called the Football League of the Irish Free State.

Founding members of the Football Association of Ireland in 1921, Bohemians became champions of the League of Ireland in its third season of existence.

Captained by Robben Island-born Billy Otto, Bohemians clinched the league title with a game to spare with victory over St James’s Gate.

The 2024 jersey retains the club’s famous red and black stripes but with the one-off inclusion of a Celtic knotwork pattern as was popular a century ago in the infancy of the Irish Free State, and following the Gaelic Revival of the 19th century.

The jersey, as photographed by David Thomas Smith in the nearby Gravediggers Pub in Glasnevin, also includes the club’s name as Gaeilge in a traditional typeface on the back, the 1924 league win is commemorated on a hem tag on the front, and a woven v-neck collar with ‘Céad bliain’ (100 years) inscription.

The jersey is now available to order from the club’s online store at store.bohemians.ie.

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