Preview | Athlone at home

This week sees the bottom two sides in the First Division battle it out, with both Cobh and Athlone sitting on 14 points. The Midlands side were 2-0 victors at home to Wexford last time out and now have two wins from their past three outings. The Rams come into the game on the back...
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Preview | Ramblers face Galway

Cobh Ramblers return to action on Friday evening hosting John Caulfield’s Galway side who are still chasing promotion. The Tribesmen are eight points behind leaders Cork City albeit with one game in hand, and will be looking to avoid a St Colman’s Park upset to have any chance at staying in touch of top spot....
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Join the 300 Klub!

Time is fast running out to join our new 300 Klub!  This will be our club’s biggest fundraiser of the year and we are appealing to all fans to consider getting involved. It will not only benefit your club but also give you the chance to win some massive prizes!!  PRIZES: 1. Monthly draw:  1st...
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Preview | Cork Derby in St Colman’s

This Friday sees Cork Derby number five of 2022 tale place in St Colman’s Park. It also won’t be the last of the year as the two clubs meet in the Munster Cup Final in the coming weeks at Turners Cross. The Rams come into the game on the back of a 2-2 draw at...
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Preview | Wexford await Ramblers

Shane Keegan brings his Cobh Ramblers side to Wexford on Friday night for what should be a tough test against Ian Ryan’s promotion chasing side. Cobh will be hoping to turn around last week’s 2-0 defeat at Longford. Rams boss Keegan is very well-regarded in Ferrycarrig Park having guided Wexford to the 2015 First Division...
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Preview | Ramblers visit Longford

Since our own home games moved to Friday nights, Saturday evening fixtures have become a rarity for Ramblers. However this week’s trip to Longford Town brings just that as manager Shane Keegan looks to build on his opening league win at home to Bray. He brings the Rams to the Midlands on the back of...
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Hunt Returns

Cobh Ramblers FC are pleased to announce that goalkeeper Paul Hunt has returned to the club for the remainder of the 2022 League of Ireland season. The experienced netminder first joined Ramblers in 2016 from Longford Town and made over 100 first team appearances for the club. He was part of the 2016 Munster Cup...
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O’Donoghue Departs

We can confirm that goalkeeper Andy O’Donoghue has departed the club. We would like to thank Andy for his time at St Colman’s Park, both as a member of our first team playing squad and coaching staff, as well as assisting the club off the pitch. He joined us in 2021 from MSL side Midleton....
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Cobh Ramblers FC Statement

As a club, the safety of all our patrons is the most important consideration in every game.We are thankful that nobody was injured when a section of our pitch fencing collapsed yesterday in the area occupied by the Cork City fans as they celebrated a goal. We could never have foreseen such a large surge...
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Liam Kervick arrives on loan

Cobh Ramblers FC are pleased to welcome new signing Liam Kerwick, who joins on loan from Waterford. The 19 year old winger came through Waterford’s academy set-up and made his first team debut earlier this year in one of two First Division appearances. Liam will go straight into the Ramblers squad ahead of Sunday’s FAI...
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