Sligo Rovers are an Irish football club who wear an all red home kit which is usually complemented with a white away kit. The club was founded in 1928 and have been in the League of Ireland since 1934 and the have won a total of three League of Ireland titles.
Sligo Rovers F.C. is an Irish football club playing in the Football League of Ireland. Bit O'Red,as they are called, were formed on 17 September 1928 as a result of an amalgamation of two junior sides, Sligo Town and Sligo Blues.
League of Ireland side Sligo Rovers have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015 season. Umbro again supplies the kits for Sligo Rovers and the home shirt features the trademark red and white stripes [...]
The winners of the 2012 League of Ireland Premier Division, Sligo Rovers, have launched their away and third kits for the 2013/14 period [...]
The most successful periods came in 1937 and 1977, when they won the League of Ireland championship, 1983 when they won the FAI Cup and 1994, when they won a "treble" of the Irish First Division title, the First Division Shield and the FAI Cup and also got through the preliminary round of the European Cup Winners Cup.
Home fixtures are played at The Showgrounds, which has capacity of 5,500. Tony Fagan holds the record for the most appearances with 590 and Johnny Armstrong holds the record for the most club goals with 83. Despite not always being successful, they have always had good fan support. There are four main supporters groups: SRFC North Sligo Supporters Club, SRFC South Sligo Supporters Club, SRFC Dublin Supporters Club, SRFC The Bit O'Red Supporters Trust.