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PRESIDENT’S CUP: A LOOK BACK

Introduced in 2014, the President's Cup is the annual curtain-raiser at the beginning of every season, where the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division winners and FAI Cup winners of the previous campaign face-off. With the exception of the inaugural game, Dundalk have featured in every President's Cup fixture from 2015 onwards, winning the trophy [...]

By |March 11, 2021|0 Comments

JIM MALONE CUP: 2010-2020

The 23rd edition of the Jim Malone Cup takes place this Saturday when Dundalk FC take on Drogheda United at United Park. The game will be streamed live on the Drogheda United YouTube page while LMFM will also be providing live commentary on their website and app. The action gets underway at United Park [...]

By |March 5, 2021|0 Comments

VALENTINE’S DAY 2011: LINFIELD 3-5 DUNDALK FC

February 14th, 2021 marks the 10th anniversary of Dundalk’s fantastic 5-3 win over Linfield in the Setanta Cup at Windsor Park. We take a look back at a night when Belfast-native Daniel Kearns returned to his home city and tore the Blues apart with a sensational hat-trick. https://youtu.be/JIFALDy33N8   Dundalk Democrat Match Report Eight [...]

By |February 14, 2021|0 Comments

BEN HANNIGAN RIP

We were saddened to hear of the passing of 77-year-old Ben Hannigan on Thursday afternoon. Ben played 91 times for Dundalk FC, scoring a mightily impressive 51 goals, and also picked up a Top Four and Shield winners medal during his three seasons at Oriel Park. Padraig McGowan looks back at a League of [...]

By |February 5, 2021|0 Comments

1969: A BAPTISM OF FIRE AGAINST LIVERPOOL

Last December's UEFA Europa League MD6 clash with Arsenal was the eighth occasion that Dundalk met an English club in a European competition. We take a look back at the Lilywhites' first-ever competitive game against an English side, when Liam Touhy’s men met Liverpool during the 1969/70 season.     Liam Tuohy, pictured with his [...]

By |February 1, 2021|0 Comments

1988 FAI CUP FINAL ARCHIVES

We’ve managed to unearth a treasure trove of footage from our 1988 FAI Cup final win over Derry City which secured Turlough O’Connor’s team the double. As well as action from the game itself, which was settled by John Cleary’s ‘stonewall’ penalty, we have some incredible archive material from the celebrations around town in [...]

By |January 27, 2021|0 Comments