May 25, 2024

Bohemian FC


Bohemian FC Introduction

Bohemian FC is a League of Ireland soccer football club based in Phibsboro, Dublin 7 often called ‘Bohemians’ or ‘Bohs’. The club was formed in 1890 as an exclusively amateur outfit. Originally Bohemians played on the Polo Grounds on the Phoenix Park however since 7th September 1901 Dalymount Park has been home for the club.

Bohemians is one of the founding members of the of the League of Ireland, following the Irish War of Independence and the Split from the Irish Football association (IFA), finishing second to St James’s Gate in the first year of the League. Since then Bohemians Football Club has been an ever-present in the Republic of Ireland’s top soccer league.

Bohemians first won the League of Ireland in the 1923/1924 season four points ahead of Dublin rivals Shelbourne. Since then Bohs have won the League on a further ten occasions and they are the current champions having finished ahead of their other great adversaries from Dublin, Shamrock Rovers, in 2009. The points margin was also four points.

The clubs’ nickname is ‘the Gypsies’ but is most commonly referred to as ‘Bohs’.

Bohemians FC
Football Ground & Pitch

Dalymount Park, Phibsborough, Dublin 7


Dalymount Park Capacity


Bohemian FC
Ticket Information

Jodi Stand
All league matches will now be divided into category “A” and “B” matches.
Adult Admittance to the Jodi Stand will remain at €20 for Category “A” matches. This includes home games against Sporting Fingal, St. Patrick’s Athletic, Shamrock Rovers & Dundalk.
All other home league matches will be classed as category “B” matches and adult admission for these are set at €15. Category “B” games include matches against Sligo Rovers, Bray Wanderers, Drogheda United, UCD AFC and Galway United.

Tickets are available from the Main Office from 9am-5pm Monday to Thursday.
For more information, contact (353) 1 8680923 or buy Bohs tickets online

Directions to
Bohemians FC

How to Get to Bohemians FC Football Ground

Dalymount Park is tucked away behind the Phibsborough Shopping Centre and can be accessed from Connaught Street and St Peter’s Road. For detailed directions to Dalymount Park please visit the AA Route Planner

The following buses serve Dalymount Park : 4, 4A, 10, 19, 19A, 38A 83,120 140. For more information, visit Dublin Bus

Bohemians FC
Officials & Contact Details

Club President : Matt Devaney / Hon. Secretary : Stephen Lambert
PRO : Thomas HynesBohemians Football Club, Dalymount Park, Phibsborough, Dublin 7
Phone : (+353) 1 8680923 / Fax : (+353) 1 8686460
Email : / Bohemians FC Website

Bohemian FC League

Airtricity Premier League

Bohemians FC
Club Colours

Home: Jersey – Red & Black stripes : Shorts – Black : Socks – Black
Away: Jersey – White : Shorts – White : Socks – White

Bohs Fans
Discussion Forum

Follow this link to get the low down on what’s exercising the minds of
Bohemians fans today

Who Owns
Bohemians Football Club?

Since its’ formation in the late 19th century Bohemians Football Club has been owned by the members of the club. The democratic principle of ‘one man, one vote’ is at the heart of of this ownership model. A member may put himself / herself forward for election to the Board of Directors after three years of continuous membership. Bohemian FC Membership Application

Bohemians FC Membership

Individual full membership costs €365 for one year. Family membership costs €585. Student membership costs €210. Associate (Associate Members must be under 16 and related to a Full Member, or a spouse of the member). Senior Membership is offered to members over 65 who have 10 years service for €80. All full members are entitled to vote at all general meetings.

Bohemians FC Membership Entitlements

1) A Membership Card – On presentation at the Members’ Stile, this gives free access to Jodi Stand for all Bohemian FC League games at Dalymount Park.
2) Annual report – This is sent out prior to the AGM to help keep members abreast of the club’s financial position and plans for the future. Members also receive communications of club news and interest from time to time.
3) The right to attend and vote at general meetings of the club (AGMs, EGMs) and information meetings.
4) Members have full use of the club bars and can avail of a discount for function room rental.
5) Members also qualify for various discounts on all merchandise on sale in the club shop.
6) Members receive priority for booking events and trips arranged by the club wherever possible.
7) Members receive priority for purchase of home and away international tickets.

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