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90 Years of De Town

90 Years of De Town

Next season, De Town will be celebrating 90 years of existence and 30 years in the League of Ireland. Stay tuned to for the odd blast from the past!

Supporters Trust

Longford Town FC Supporters’ Trust

Read more about the Supporters Trust here. 

Section O Says Hello (01/10/14)

Good evening and a big hello to everyone from the other side of the ground for what could be a historic night for our club! If you are reading this, it is safe to assume you understand the significance of this game. After seven long and torturous years in the graveyard of Irish Football, we have our best opportunity yet to “escape” and clinch not only the promotion which we have dreamed of for years but also to secure our first ever league title.

Three points and it’s job done…game over….lights out, no need to worry about the results of other teams over our shoulder, no need to have to go through another year of potential heartbreak through the dreaded playoffs and no need to have to need anything from next week’s game in Ballybofey, a place always hard to come out of with anything, including your shins! Having said that, we can’t be too hard on our friends from Donegal either after last weekend, in particular Mr Michael Funston, who should be made aware that if he is ever to venture to a game at the CCS in the near future, there will be a complimentary can of cheap, lukewarm beer waiting for him over in Section O, provided he’s not playing! This generous offer is of course subject to things going right on the pitch for us and Town fans of all people should know that it’s not over until it’s over!

Attention All Local Businesses…


This Friday Longford Town Football Club have the chance to claim their first ever national league title at home to Shamrock Rovers(B). A bumper crowd is expected on the night to hopefully see the boys in red and black promoted back to the premier division. HERE’S WHERE YOUR BUSINESS CAN BECOME INVOLVED! The club are currently offering attractive advertising packages for the match programme. Packages start at €75 for a quarter page ad and €100 for a half page ad. Act quickly though.. All ads must be placed by tomorrow (Tuesday) at 5.30. Don’t miss out in your chance to become involved in a historic night, contact this page or any Club committee member known to you! BE PART OF IT!

Supporters’ Club Notes (28/09/14)


The winning way continued on Friday night last in far off Waterford with a 2-0 win over hosts Waterford Utd at the RSC. Despite their poor enough season, the Blues had a decent crowd present which was helped by children being admitted free. But there was an excellent travelling support too and surely, if the FAI were handing out awards for the best travellers, surely Longford would top it.

There was a clear intent about De Town as they attacked from the off. David O Sullivan came ever so close on more than one occasion but he provided the pass for in form Gary Shaw to open our account on 25 minutes. Then just before the break, player of the match Jamie Mulhall smashed home an absolute pile driver from about 30 yards which put a decent look on the scoreboard before the tea break.

Depite bossing the rest of the game, we had to make do with just the two goals. But two goals secured three precious points. Meanwhile, many had an eye and ear tuned in to proceedings up in Finn Park where Shels were surely shocked by Finn Harps 3-2. That game started after ours and we had an anxious wait in the stand while the stewards tried to get us to go home. When Harps scored their third, giving us a a four point cushion, it’s likely the roar was heard up in Donegal. It was a vital away win that turned out to be a win on the double. What a feeling!

Press Release

 History and folklore tells us that during the 1985 rugby triple-crown decider in Lansdowne Road in 1985 Ireland captain Ciaran Fitzgerald roared at his troops “where is your f…. pride”. We all know how that ended up!! For those younger Town supporters I’ll remind you:- Michael Kiernan raised the roof with a late dropped goal which ensured Irelands triple crown victory only their second since 1949.

Next Friday night at City Calling Stadium offers the people of Longford the opportunity to show their pride in their local League of Ireland team and raise the roof. The match kicks off at 8 pm and it could prove to be a historical occasion i.e. Longford Town FC’s first ever National league title secured at home!

Rep. of Ireland v Scotland U17 qualifying match at the City Calling

Pictures by Tiernan Dolan

The Rep. of Ireland and Scotland U17 qualifying match played at the City Calling Stadium finished 0-0 yesterday evening. It was a great honour to host both teams, here’s some pictures of our fans who took in the action.

Well done all for making the City Calling look excellent!

Well done to MC, Seamus, Paul, Liam, Aidan & lads for all their hard work in preparing City Calling Stadium for the U17 international games. Stadium looks fab in the Autumn sunshine & many compliments received from FAI, Scottish & Gibraltar delegates & fans. Well done to all!

Today’s game at the City Calling Stadium finished Scotland 4-0 Gibraltar.



International matches at the City Calling Stadium

There are two international matches at the City Calling Stadium this week. Your support is always welcome!



Scotland U17s vs Gibraltar U17s  

Wednesday 24th September 2014

Kick-off: 3.00pm    Venue: City Calling Stadium


Republic of Ireland U17s vs Scotland U17s

Saturday 27th September 2014

Kick-off: 7.30pm  Venue: City Calling Stadium

Section O/Supporters Club to Waterford


Very high interest for the bus for our away trip to Waterford Friday. Make sure you get there by contacting Kieran on 0831670304 ASAP to guarantee your spot to the RSC.


LTFC Loom Bands selling like hot cakes…

Emmet Ryan, Manager of the Longford Town Supporters’ Club Clubhouse with sisters Alicja and Zuzanna Pawelec. The two talented students from St Emer’s National School made red and black loom bands which sold within minutes of going on sale in the Clubhouse for two weeks in a row. The industrious girls  hope to have  more  available before the last home game of the season.

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Supporters’ Club Notes (22/09/14)


Saturday night’s game against Cobh at the CCS was a real character tester for both team and supporters. Cobh travelled north fully intent on causing an upset; four points from six in their previous two games meant they were high on confidence. From the kick off we took the game to them but still failed to make our superiority count. When they went one up after 20 mns, the silence in the stadium was deafening as a few home stomachs churned. It took an other twenty minutes of frustration before Stephen Rice took the game by the proverbial scruff of the neck and bustled his way past a few Cobh defenders to launch a Ricer special to the back of the net.