Douglass Week: Cobh Ramblers Commemorative Event

We at Cobh Ramblers are proud and delighted to be part of Douglass Week 2021. This week- long programme of events commemorates the legacy of Frederick Douglass. The activist, author and abolitionist had a strong and transformative connection to Ireland after visiting in 1845.

Cobh Ramblers Douglass Week
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This online event will focus on the shared values of equality, diversity & inclusion. We’re delighted to have such a strong panel of speakers on the night, including:

  • Bill O’ Leary, Chair of Cobh Ramblers/ Panel Chair
  • Adam Idah, Irish International
  • Mary McDonnell, Cobh Women’s Captain
  • Brendan Ogle, Unite Union ROI
  • TJ Hogan, East Cork Travellers Project

We’re also delighted to welcome Dr. Adrian Mulligan from Bucknell University, as well as a pre-recorded Q&A with Irish International Cyrus Christie on the day.

With contributions from local and global communities, this #douglassweek event is a must-attend. The event will be streamed live on Saturday 13th February at 7pm. Places are limited, so please book HERE now to avoid disappointment!

Watch: Stars of sport and beyond join Cobh Ramblers to celebrate Douglass Week

Click here to see the full #douglassweek programme. In the meantime, follow Cobh Ramblers on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter to stay up to date.  Click here to listen to the Cobh Rambling podcast or visit our online merch store.

Check out past games and behind-the-scenes videos on our YouTube channel or why not purchase a Season Ticket or Membership and help play your part for the 2021 season.

#StrongerTogether #CRFC #RamsForAll

Cobh Ramblers FC

Cobh Ramblers Football Club is an Irish football club. The club, founded in 1922 and elected to the League of Ireland in 1985, hails from Cobh, County Cork and play their home matches at St. Colman's Park. The club's colours are claret and blue.