# Tolka Park

Last year
# major boost
Shelbourne look set to remain at Tolka Park following Dublin City Council recommendations
DCC chief executive Owen Keegan says the ground should be redeveloped along with Richmond Park and Dalymount Park.
# Leaders
More misery for Damien Duff, as Derry City go the top of the table
Shelbourne suffered a narrow defeat this evening.
# Grounds for Optimism
Big step to securing Tolka Park's future as Shelbourne submit proposal to purchase ground from City Council
The Council say they will now examine the proposal, and that they remain committed to the redevelopment of Dalymount Park.
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# Read all about it
The story behind Red Inc, the longest running fanzine in Irish football
We go behind the scenes with editor Barry Crossan, who is over three years into a boycott of the club.
# Champions
Teenager Kabia nets hat-trick as Shels lift First Division trophy after seven-goal win
The Reds lifted the First Division trophy at Tolka Park following a 7-0 victory over Limerick.
# humans of the loi
Street signs, a walk to Finglas and a bunch of dockers - the beginnings of Shelbourne FC
Chris Sands has been following the Reds for almost 80 years and wrote the book on one of the league’s most colourful clubs.
# Worthy Cause
Irish footballer's head shave raises over €4,500 for student undergoing treatment for cancer
Shelbourne winger and primary school teacher at Rush National School Conan Byrne had his head shaved on Friday for a worthy cause.
# Killer Touch
Substitute teaching by day, League of Ireland career at night for Kilduff after US spell
Dundalk’s Europa League hero talks to The42 about signing for Shels, life outside the game and this season’s First Division.
# new recruit
More business at Shelbourne with addition of former Wolves midfielder McKenna
Daniel McKenna has joined Shelbourne having spent last season with Bray Wanderers and Telford United
# safe pair of hands
Shelbourne bolster squad with addition of 22-year-old former Celtic goalkeeper McCabe
The Cavan native has represented Ireland at U17 and U19 level, spending the last two seasons with Bohemians.
# The Reds
Former Liverpool midfielder Alex O'Hanlon agrees deal to join Shelbourne
The promising 22-year-old has spent time with St Patrick’s Athletic and Glentoran since returning to Ireland.
# Double trouble
Double Premier Division swoop for Shelbourne as Byrne and Brennan seal moves to Tolka Park
Conan Byrne and Oscar Brennan have both completed deals to join the First Division side.
# Starting young
Shelbourne announce 31-year-old Bohs defender as their new manager
Ian Morris has been named as Owen Heary’s permanent replacement today.
# Parting ways
Shelbourne legend Owen Heary departs as club decide not to re-appoint manager for 2019
Heary led the Dublin club to back-to-back Leinster Senior Cup titles and a play-off position in 2018.
# SSE Airtricity League Premier Division
Drogheda United progress in dramatic play-off on penalties as heroic Shelbourne battle with nine men
In a pulsating First Division play-off Drogheda United came out on top on spot-kicks after Shelbourne received two red cards.
# Dublin Derby
Shelbourne follow up play-off spot with silverware as Reds retain Leinster Senior Cup
Owen Heary’s side retained the Leinster Senior Cup on Friday night in a Dublin derby against St Pat’s.
# dalyer
Bohemian FC cleared its multimillion-euro debt after selling Dalymount Park
The historic venue was sold to the council, which is redeveloping it.
# Bragging Rights
Shamrock Rovers exorcise some demons as they pick up comprehensive cup win at Tolka Park
Second-half goals from Brandon Miele, Graham Burke and James Doona did the trick for the Hoops.
# Tolka Park
'Mostly intact' torso found in Dublin park in search for body of convicted rapist James Nolan
The 46-year-old had not been seen since his release from prison in 2010.
# finish with a flourish
Prendergast ensures Shels put on a late, late show to snatch a point against title favourites
The defender conjured a brace as the Dublin side dug deep to come back.
# Postponed
Floodlight failure at Tolka Park sees FAI Cup tie called off
Shelbourne were due to host St Patrick’s Athletic in a third round replay tonight.
# Controversy
Shelbourne FC apologise for the lack of tea at their ground on Friday
“We fully expect to be up-and-running again for the game v Bray Wanderers,” a statement added.
# FAI Cup 2012
Devine defiant as boos fall silent in Tolka
Declan Devine called for an end to the negativity as Derry City booked their place in the FAI Cup final last night.
Shelbourne v Derry City, FAI Cup semi-final replay
An FAI Cup final against St Patrick’s Athletic awaited the winner of tonight’s replay in Tolka Park — but would it be Shelbourne or would it be Derry City?
# Interview
FAI Cup: Murphy focused on the one that keeps getting away
He’s won almost everything the domestic game has to offer. Now Shelbourne midfielder Anto Murphy has grand designs on a FAI Cup winners’ medal.
# League of Ireland
Airtricity League previews: Troubled Lilywhites head for Tolka
TV schedules and Europa League action means that there are only two games in the Airtricity League Premier Division this evening.
# Recovery
Four-star Rovers topple Shels in Leinster Senior Cup
Goals from Killian Brennan, Aaron Greene, Daryl Kavanagh and Chris Turner helped the visitors secure victory.
# Football's Back
Airtricity League preview: Shelbourne v Shamrock Rovers
The champions have only won two of their last eight in the league. Can they bounce back after the mid-season break with a win against their cross-city rivals?
# Interview
Airtricity League: Kavanagh thriving on his red redemption
Ahead of tonight’s Dublin derby in Tolka Park, Shelbourne winger Paddy Kavanagh opens up on his nightmare season at Shamrock Rovers and his fresh start in Drumcondra.
# Airtricity League
Column: PFAI ratings a welcome step towards winning pitch battles
The PFAI are on the right track with their new initiative to improve the league’s pitches, writes Niall Kelly.
# Airtricity League
Late arrival: Hughes finally shining in the top flight
After spending most of his career in the First Division, Shelbourne’s well-travelled striker has been in flying form this season.
# Dublin Derby
No divided loyalties: Heary chooses Bohs as Shelbourne visit Dalymount
The former Shels right-back knows there is no room for sentiment as his team seek first league win.
# Hoop Dreams
Let's play ball: Rovers' trip to Belfield gets the go-ahead
Michael O’Neill’s Hoops will clinch the title again… if they win against UCD.
# Top 50
48 of the world’s best stadia (and Tolka Park)
From the Allianz Arena to the Yoyogi National Gymnasium, we give you 48 of the world’s best sporting structures and two that we chose for sentimental reasons.
# Home thoughts
Living the Hoop dreams as champions the one to beat this season
Alan Smith tugs on his boots, slips in the shin-guards, does a few cursory stretches and kicks off his League of Ireland column. It’s going to be another mad season, isn’t it?