# Dalymount Park

This year
# grounds for delay
Asbestos discovery at Dalymount Park may reduce capacity for Bohemians’ first LOI home game
The asbestos was discovered in the demolished Connaught Street stand.
Last year
# dalyer
Dalymount Park set for expanded capacity with redevelopment to be completed in 2026
Bohemians shared an update today – with the total cost €40 million.
# dalyer
Dublin City Council and Bohs maintain it is all systems go for Dalymount Park rebuild
Bohs board reveals that if costs escalate to an unsustainable level – then alternative options will be needed for the new-look stadium.
All time
# Moving Forward
Dalymount Park redevelopment to progress following announcement of government grant
It’s hoped that the 6,000-seater stadium will open in time for the start of the 2025 League of Ireland season.
# jammin
'Sorry Mr Marley, you can't play here' - Playing football with a music icon before a famous gig in Dublin
It was 40 years ago this week when the reggae singer performed at Dalymount Park.
# memory lane
John Dempsey: The King’s Road, Steve McQueen, and Chelsea and Ireland in the 1970s
Born in London to Irish parents, Dempsey was a member of the first Chelsea team to win the FA Cup, but found success harder to come by with Ireland.
# young and hungry
'He’s going to be a great addition' - Bohemians add St Pat's defender Kelly to their squad
The 21-year-old has made the short move across the Liffey ahead of the new campaign.
# renovations
Government announce funding for redevelopment of Dalymount Park
The project is unaffected by the suspension of state funds to the FAI.
# the gypsies
Bohemians just one point from Europa League football thanks to Wade-Slater and Wright
Keith Long’s side secured an impressive 2-1 win against Dundalk on Friday.
# bradzer
‘It’s a proud moment to bring this special club back to the Aviva. This club belongs in cup finals’
Stephen Bradley believes Shamrock Rovers belong in cup finals after beating rivals Bohemians last night.
# Hammering
Bohs put 10 past sorry UCD to record their biggest league win
Andre Wright scored four during a goal-fest at Dalymount Park on Friday night.
# drink to that
‘I was hit over the head with a pint of Bulmers when I scored. I don't know where it came from’
Danny Mandroiu reflects on a successful June which has seen the 20-year-old named Player of the Month.
# One to Watch
19-year-old Bohemians striker Ali Reghba completes Leicester City move
The promising forward was instrumental as Bohemians’ U19s won a league and cup double last season.
# Pastures new
Promising 19-year-old Ali Reghba leaves Bohemians with Leicester City move expected
The German-born striker impressed while on trial with the Foxes in January.
# get your passports
Bohemians accept invitation to take part in this year's IRN-BRU Scottish Challenge Cup
Keith Long’s side withdrew from last year’s competition due to a ‘logistical nightmare’.
# winning ways
Bohemians earn second win in five days as they overcome Harps in eight-goal thriller
Danny Madroiu got himself on the scoresheet again as Bohs ran out 5-3 winners at Dalymount Park.
# cup dream
Holders Derry City handed home draw in EA Sports Cup semi-final
Declan Devine’s side will take on Waterford FC at the Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium on 5 August.
# penalty decision
'If that was a Dundalk player, they would have hit the ground. We need to be cuter and learn from this horrible feeling'
Keith Long was left frustrated after losing to a stoppage time penalty against Dundalk on Monday.
# impasse
Bohemians call on Tesco not to block Phibsborough regeneration project
An objection by the supermarket could see an attempt to redevelop the site scuppered, while plans for the stadium would still go ahead.
# its a sellout
'I've had phone calls from people I've never heard of looking for tickets to the game'
Bohemians manager Keith Long was encouraged by another sell-out at Dalymount Park against St Pat’s.
# Dublin Derby
Bohs continue to fly high as Buckley strike sees off 10-man St Pat's at sold-out Dalymount
An impressive crowd of over 3,600 saw Bohemians beat rivals St Pat’s on Friday night.
# Gypsies
Almost 3,000 in attendance at Dalymount to see Corcoran snatch all three points for Bohs
Keith Long’s men got up and running with a win against Finn Harps on Friday.
# Gypsies
Former Man United and Everton forward Byrne joins Bohemians ahead of 2019 campaign
The 23-year-old Dubliner is the brother of Leinster wing Adam Byrne.
# new recruits
Former Aston Villa defender among four new signings at Bohs
Paddy Kirk and Ryan Swan have also signed on for another year at Dalymount Park.
# new recruits
'We want to work with players who are hungry': Bohemians sign Wolves midfielder and Sunderland goalkeeper
Both James Talbot and Conor Levingston have represented Ireland at youth level all the way up to U19s.
# No Holding Back
'The Phibsboro Flop': When Pele came to Dublin and was ripped to shreds by the press
The football icon – who celebrated his 78th birthday earlier this week – experienced a forgettable time in Ireland in 1972.
# Concern
Worry for Dundalk ahead of FAI Cup final as Patrick Hoban limps off during Dalymount draw
Champions Dundalk earned a 1-1 draw against Bohemians, however their star striker went off injured in the second half.
# down and out
Despite bright start Bohemians bow out of UEFA Youth League with defeat to Danish opponents
FC Midtjylland defeated the home side 2-1 tonight.
# buffalo soldier
Bohs pay homage to Bob Marley with new away jersey
The Jamaican icon played Dalymount Park back in 1980.
# Irish in Europe
'FC Midtjylland have a brain surgeon and a new 12,000-seater stadium — a result would be amazing for us'
Bohemians’ talented U19s face Danish champions Midtjylland in the Uefa Youth League on Wednesday evening in Dalymount Park.
# Stadium
Opening date for proposed 6,000-seater Dalymount Park pushed back to 2023
Bohemians and Shelbourne will play in Tolka Park in 2021 and 2022 before sharing Dalymount Park together.
# positive steps
Dublin City Council announce plans for 6,000-seater stadium at Dalymount Park
The venue will also house community facilities, a library and museum.
# Waterford
Noel Hunt on the scoresheet as Waterford secure top four finish with impressive Dalymount win
Goals from Hunt, Sander Puri and Stanley Aborah saw Alan Reynold’s men secure all three points in the capital.
# Penalty call
A harsh call or full-on penalty? Leahy's challenge sees Cork City earn dramatic late draw
Kieran Sadlier’s penalty saw Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final between Bohemians and Cork City end all square.
# Apology
'I'd like to apologise to our fans. It was probably the worst 45 minutes we've had'
Cork City manager John Caulfield apologised to supporters following his side’s 4-2 defeat against Bohemians.
# Gypsies
Woe continues for hapless Seagulls as Bohemians dish out six goal thrashing
Keith Long’s side put struggling Bray Wanderers to the sword with a landslide win in Phibsborough.
# Dublin Derby
Gypsies end winless streak with hard-fought Dublin derby victory at Dalymount
Kevin Devaney’s strike saw Keith Long’s Bohemians earn an important three points against city-rivals St Pat’s.
# Candystripes
Patterson and Hale on the scoresheet as Derry end winless run with three points at Dalymount
Kenny Shiels’ Candystripes secured all three points against Bohemians on Friday night to keep their hopes of a European finish alive.
# point apiece
Bohs deny Rovers derby win with last-gasp Cornwall header
Skipper Ronan Finn had put the Hoops in front, but they were unable to secure three points at Dalymount Park.
# versatile
'He's got all the attributes -- his leap, his athleticism, great right and left feet, going forward and defensively'
Dundalk defender Brian Gartland was singing the praises of Sean Hoare after last night’s man-of-the-match display against Bohemians.