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Longford Town – First Division Champions

Congrats to 2014 First Division Champions – Longford Town!    

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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!

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Longford Town FC Supporters’ Trust

Read more about the Supporters Trust here. 

Town players nominated in First Division Team of the Year

Many congrats to our nominees in the SSE Airtricity League of Ireland First Division Team of the Year. Defender Pat Sullivan, midfielder Stephen Rice and strikers Gary Shaw and David O’Sullivan all made the cut, well done to all!

Also well done to David O’Sullivan for his nomination for First Division Player of the Year. Let’s hope he gets the nod!

Supporters’ Club Notes (18/10/14)


There will be an important meeting of the Supporters’ Club this Monday night (October 20th) at 8.00pm in the Clubhouse. The season may be over for the players and management but there’s a huge amount of work ahead with the Car Boot Sale, the Red and Black Gala Night (December 6th) plus about a million other things. All season, our meetings have been very well attended and have proved to be extremely productive too. See you there, 8 sharp.

Longford Town FC 90th Anniversary Celebration Dinner

Longford Town FC 90th Anniversary Celebration Dinner will be held in the Longford Arms, Saturday December 6th. Tickets will be available shortly!

More pics of De Town at Finn Park

Pictures by Ania Warda-Pawelec

Some pictures by Ania Warda-Pawelec, taken yesterday at Finn Park. De Town notes will appear later this week!

Longford Town FC get a magnificent welcome home with the trophy

Pictures by Tiernan Dolan

The Returning Heroes…

Blue lights flashing and sirens wailing, car horns blaring and music playing….this was  the victorious Longford Town FC being welcomed by a great crowd to the Civic Reception from the County Council on the Market Square tonight.

The Reception…

A rousing welcome home for the Town players and staff. A stunning achievement.

The Sporting…

Champions Longford Town were clapped onto the pitch by Finn Harps in what was a very sporting gesture.

Party Time In Donegal

Our magnificent supporters turned out in force in Donegal, as they have all season. They make us proud to be Longfordians and credit to them all!

Videos of De Town presentation at the Aviva Stadium

At half time during the Rep. of Ireland’s 7-0 victory over Gibraltar yesterday, Carmel Browne captured the moment where De Town squad and Tony Cousins got to show off the First Division trophy to the Aviva Stadium crowd.

Town’s Jamie Mulhall makes debut for Rep. of Ireland U19s

Congrats to Jamie Mulhall who started for Rep. of Ireland in their 2-2 draw with Sweden in an U19 friendly in Strangna, earlier today. He made his debut on Wednesday, in the 1-0 win over Sweden in Sollentuna.

Photo by Michael Farrell, pictured with Jamie.
And here’s the U19 match reports from
Wednesday 8th October: Sweden 0-1 Rep. of Ireland
Friday 10th October: Sweden 2-2 Rep. of Ireland

Longford Town FC tour de trophy!

The Longford Town team will parade the league trophy at half time of the Ireland game in the Aviva Stadium next Saturday! There will also be a civic reception on the Market Square, Sunday at 8.30pm!

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‘Get Behind De Town’ out now!

“Get Behind de Town” was written by Sheldon Hannaford and Paul D Waghorn. It was recorded at Paul Gurney’s studio in Melview and featured Pauric Fitzpatrick (Alias Fitz) on lead vocals with Tony Ghee doing the obligatory commentary. All future royalties from publishing will go straight to club funds.

For €2 you get the full song featuring Fitzy on vocals with backing by some of Section O, plus a sing-along-version and a very special ring-tone. Here’s a quick clip of the track!

Supporters’ Club Notes (05/10/14)


Longford Town FC are Division 1 champions for 2014 following an emphatic 5-0 crushing of Shamrock Rovers on Friday night last. For any long suffering Town fan, that opening sentence is probably the sweetest sentence we’ll read all year. All week there was a marvellous build up and it was great to experience a bit of a buzz back in the town. The red and black flags were flying from houses, cars, schools and even the council offices. Social media had turned red and black at times too.

Despite the incessant Friday rain, a huge crowd of over 2,000 headed to the City Calling Stadium where everything was in place for an historic night for Longford sport. Expectations were sky high and a few wondered if we weren’t counting chickens before their due date.

Earlier in the day, Longford took to the streets for St Christopher’s and so it was fitting that the large crowd had a minute of applause in support of their worthy cause.

With Section O fielding their largest grouping ever and with the stand bursting at the seams, the scene was set.