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// 24 May 2020

Everybody at Dundalk FC would like to wish Dundalk FC legend Francie Callan a very happy 85th birthday. Francie played 264 times for the Lilywhites, scoring 96 goals, and won two league titles, a Top Four Cup and the Presidents Cup. Below is an article on Francie, written by the late Jim Murphy, that was…

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History
// 18 May 2020

In the latest instalment of our Fyffes Fans’ Favourites series, we caught up with 87-year-old supporter Frank Ryan from Malahide in Dublin who has been supporting the Lilywhites for over 70 years. After falling in love with the Lilywhites in 1945, Frank spent much of the sixties and seventies following the club in Europe and…

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History
// 25 Apr 2020

It’s 25 years ago since Dundalk’s unforgettable league title win on the final day of the 1994/95 season when Dermot Keely’s unheralded side pipped Derry City and Shelbourne to the crown. To mark the occasion, we’ve got plenty of content across our various social media channels. Dermot Keely Looks Back The one and only Dermot…

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History
// 23 Apr 2020

In a pre-internet, pre-Google summer of 1994, it’s safe to say that many Dundalk fans had never heard of Brian Byrne when Dermot Keely took him to Oriel Park. ‘A left-sided midfielder, acquired from Leinster Senior League outfit Glenmore Celtic’ was the Dundalk Democrat’s description of Keely’s unheralded arrival ahead of the League of Ireland…

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History
// 23 Apr 2020

Thursday, April 23rd, 2020, marks the 25th anniversary of Dundalk FC’s ninth League of Ireland title success. DundalkFC.com looks back at the story of an incredible season which ended with Dermot Keely’s much-unfancied side sitting top of the pile.   It’s Thursday, March 31st, 1994 and the curtain is slowly closing on a season described…

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EA Sports Cup
// 8 Apr 2020

EirSport will broadcast three of Dundalk FC’s recent EA Sports Cup final wins over the next week. As part of their classic match series, the Lilywhites’ thrilling 2014 win over Shamrock Rovers at Oriel Park will be broadcast on Thursday night, April 9th at 9pm. Dundalk and Rovers met again in the 2017 decider in…

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FAI Cup
// 7 Apr 2020

Today, April 7th 2020, marks the 18th anniversary of Dundalk FC’s memorable 2-1 win over Bohemians – managed by one Stephen Kenny – in the FAI Cup final at Tolka Park. On a sunny afternoon, the Lilywhites, who included a host of local players such as John Whyte, Christopher Lawless, Cormac Malone, David Hoey, Cormac…

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Lilywhite Legends
// 26 Feb 2020

One hundred and two caps, three World Cups, a former captain and manager of his country, there is no denying that Stephen Staunton is Dundalk’s most famous son. The 51-year-old was a special guest at the launch of the National Football Exhibition in the County Museum recently and DFC Magazine’s Gavin McLaughlin caught up with…

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