SSE Airtricity League

  • Dundalk have an eight-point lead at the summit of the S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division ahead of their match at Derry this evening.

    Shamrock Rovers host Sligo, Cork City take on Bohemians at Turner's Cross while Waterford are at home to St Pat's.

    There's a meeting of the bottom two at Belfield with U-C-D taking on Finn Harps.

  • Dundalk have the chance to open a three-point gap at the summit of the S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division this evening.

    The Lilywhites host Sligo at Orial Park at a quarter-to-eight.

    At the same time, Bohemians take on Finn Harps while St Pat's host Cork City.

  • The top two are both in action in the S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division this evening.

    Leaders Dundalk travel to Limerick, while second place Cork City entertain Sligo Rovers.

    All the games kick off at 7.45.

  • Cork City can replace Dundalk at the top of the S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division table tonight.

    The Leesiders travel to Bray Wanderers, who are under new ownership.

    Third-placed Waterford are away to Limerick.

    Derry City welcome St Patrick's Athletic to the Brandywell.

     Shamrock Rovers and Sligo Rovers meet in Tallaght.

  • Richmond Park is the venue for tonight's SSE Airtricity League Premier Division tie between St Patrick's Athletic and Sligo Rovers.

    A win will move Pats level on points with fourth placed Derry City.

    Kick-off is at 7.45.

  • In the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division,

    Turners Cross hosts the meeting of the top 2 sides in the top flight this evening.

    Cork City and Dundalk go into tonights game deadlocked at the summit of the table on 28 points.

    Last month, the Lilywhites claimed 3 points against the leesiders in their first league clash of the season.

    Kick off is at 715.

    Meanwhile, Third-placed Waterford play host to Sligo Rovers.

    There's a Dublin derby between St. Patrick's Athletic and Bohemians at Richmond Park.

    Derry welcome Shamrock ROvers to the Brandywell.

     Bottom side Bray Wanderers take on Limerick.

    Each of those games gets underway at 745.

  • Sligo rovers travel to Waterford in the SSE Airtricity premier division tomorrow night in a rescheduled fixture.


    Kickoff is at 7:45 this evening.


    The game has been brought forward because of Waterford’s involvement in the Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Cup on Friday.


    In team news, Daryl Fordyce, Kyle Callan-McFadden and Ronan Murray serve suspensions.


    Murray is serving the second of a three-match ban. Dante Leverock is on international duty with Bermuda as they prepare to face Mexico.


    Romeo Parkes is out for the rest of the season through a medial ligament injury and Ronan Coughlan is doubtful as he undergoes a late fitness test.


    Fordyce, used as a midfielder throughout the season, served as a striker last Saturday against Shamrock Rovers so it means another re-jig for Liam Buckley’s side if Coughlan does not make it but he could yet feature.

  • In the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division this evening, Waterford meet Sligo Rovers.

    7pm is the kick off time at the RSC.

  • Sligo Rovers will participate in the 2018/19 IRN-BRU Scottish Challenge Cup, along with Bohemians, as representatives of the SSE Airtricity League.

    Both Bray Wanderers and Limerick were excluded from being involved in this year's competition, which will also feature teams from Northern Ireland's Danske Bank Premiership, the JD Welsh Premier League, and England's Vanarama National League. 

    St Patrick's Athletic opted not to take up a place in the competition, so the offer was extended to Sligo Rovers who will join Bohemians in the draw for the next staging of the tournament.

  • The SSE Airtricity League season will officially resume on July 31st with the meeting of Derry and Sligo at the Brandywell.

    The fixtures will be spread across a weekend for the first six rounds upon the league's return.

    The three FAI Cup first round ties drawn yesterday will be played on August 10th and 11th.

    While the final round of fixtures are set for Friday October 30th

    The FAI Cup final will come nearly a month later on November 29th.



  • The SSE Airtricity League is to resume on July 31st.

    The season will be shortened to two rounds of fixtures, the first of which had begun prior to lockdown.

    Promotion and relegation will remain intact as before.

    The National League Executive Committee decision has been sent to the board of the FAI for ratification.