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06
Dec
2022

Club Statement | External Investment

Cobh Ramblers celebrated our Centenary on November 25th at a sold-out Dinner Dance in the Radisson Hotel, Little Island. It was a truly special and momentous occasion and a time to celebrate our club together. The event saw the gathering of past and current players/staff, as well as some of the amazing staff and volunteers...
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22
Nov
2022

U19 Women’s National League Manager Vacancy

As we continue our development of women’s football in the club, Cobh Ramblers FC are now recruiting a manager for our new U19 Women’s National League side ahead the 2023 season. This is our first season competing at this level and follows on from last years entry into the U17 Women’s National League Prospective applicants...
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11
Nov
2022

The Burma return for Christmas show

Following on from the release of their debut album “Sucker For Stars”, which hit the top three on the Irish album charts – The Burma are bringing their album tour to the beloved Cobh Ramblers Lounge this December 23rd – with support on the night from the very talented local artist Rua Rí. After recent...
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03
Nov
2022

Roy Keane – Hall of Fame

As part of Cobh Ramblers’ Centenary celebrations in 2022, at our Centenary Dinner Dance on November 25th, the club will be inducting three Ramblers legends into our Hall of Fame. Today we can announce that the first of our inductees will be the man who is quite possibly the most famous player to wear the...
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31
Oct
2022

Centenary Dinner Dance

We are delighted to announce that the Cobh Ramblers Centenary Dinner Dance will take place on Friday 25th November in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Little Island. This will be a night not to be missed and we hope you can join us for this special celebration of our past 100 years. Commencing with a drinks...
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13
Oct
2022

Preview | Trip to Bray to end 2022

Ramblers travel to Bray Wanderers this Friday night in the club’s final game of the 2022 First Division season. With the play-offs out of reach both coastal sides will be looking to end the year on a high ahead of a hopefully improved 2023. The duo have met three times this year, with the Rams...
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06
Oct
2022

Preview | Final home game of 2022 against Longford

Ramblers’ final home game of 2022 takes place on Friday night, with fourth place Longford Town visiting St Colman’s Park. The sides have met three times already this year with the Midlands outfit winning by two goals on each occasion. Long-assured of a play-off spot, Gary Cronin’s men are without a win in four having...
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28
Sep
2022

U19s on brink of League title

Cobh Ramblers U19s could make history on Sunday afternoon when they travel to Athlone Town for their Tier 2 encounter. The Rams are currently seven points clear of Treaty United at the top of the division and know that a win in Lissywoolen will be enough to bring home the title. The side, managed by...
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28
Sep
2022

Preview | Waterford trip for Cobh

Cobh Ramblers travel eastwards this Friday night to take on third place Waterford in another Munster Derby. The Blues sit third in the table at present and spirits are high in the RSC with a FAI Cup semi-final on the horizon and a new owner at the helm. They come into the game on the...
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19
Sep
2022

Preview | Cork Derby in Munster Final

Tonight sees an intriguing Munster Senior Cup Final take place against Cork City in Turners Cross. The showpiece decider will be the sixth meeting of the rival clubs in 2022 and should make for yet another enthralling derby occasion. The occasion presents an opportunity for Shane Keegan’s side to end the season on a high,...
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