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Community
// 8 Apr 2020

Everyone at Dundalk FC has been blown away by the response to our GoFundMe ‘Frontline Heroes’ initiative which was set up to raise funds for our healthcare workers who are taking on COVID-19. Seven days after the campaign was launched with a target of €1,500, it has raised a total of €3,075 thanks to the…

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Community
// 31 Mar 2020

Everyone at Dundalk FC would like to show our support and appreciation of the ‘Frontline Heroes’ who are fighting the battle against COVID-19. With that in mind, we have set up a GoFundMe campaign where all funds raised will support the men and women who are taking on the virus in Co Louth and hospitals…

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Community
// 15 Mar 2020

CBS Primary School teacher Tom O’Connor has come up with the perfect solution for parents looking to keep their children busy and up to speed with school work during the coronavirus outbreak. Tom, who is also the brains behind the Numbers Game and Quiz in the Dundalk FC Magazine, has produced a number of Dundalk…

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Community
// 14 Mar 2020

A number of Dundalk FC match night volunteers and supporters have offered to lend a helping hand to people that have been affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The government has advised anyone with symptoms of the virus to self-isolate for 14 days while anyone who has been in close contact with a case of…

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Community
// 23 Feb 2020

As part of a wide-ranging review of club operations, Dundalk Football Club are seeking interested candidates to form a new Supporter Liaison Team. The aim of this voluntary team, that will be led by a Supporter Liaison Officer (SLO), will be to build and maintain dialogue between Dundalk supporters and the club itself. The club…

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Community
// 17 Feb 2020

Dundalk FC would like to extend our gratitude to everyone who took part in ‘Daragh’s Day’ at the game with Derry City on Friday night. The initiative, which was held to celebrate the life of 11-year-old Daragh McNally and raise awareness about autism, was a huge success with the bucket collection generating a total of…

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Community
// 13 Feb 2020

Friday night’s game with Derry City is the first at Oriel Park since 11-year-old Daragh McNally passed away last November. Dundalk FC, with the support of Daragh’s family, would like to mark the occasion by celebrating Daragh’s life and raising awareness about autism. On your way into the ground, and again at half-time, you will…

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Community
// 17 Jan 2020

Dundalk supporter Mollie Mullen enjoyed the birthday of all birthdays this week when Lilywhites striker Patrick Hoban dropped in for a surprise visit to prove that wishes really can come true! The Bay Estate student, who is a season ticket holder at Oriel Park, is a huge fan of Dundalk’s record league goalscorer and she…

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