June 20, 2024

St Patrick’s Athletic FC


St Patrick’s Athletic FC Introduction

St Patrick’s Athletic FC is a League of Ireland soccer football club based in Inchicore, Dublin 8. The club was established in 1929 however it did not compete in the League of Ireland until 1951. The club play home matches at Richmond Park and is frequently referred to as the ‘Saints’ or just ‘Pats’

Following admission to the League of Ireland St Patricks Athletic won the league at the first attempt by a three point margin over Shelbourne FC. Pats won the League on a further two occasions in the following three years. A fallow period ensued until the 1989/90 season when the Saints reclaimed the title. The mid to late 1990’s saw another three League of Ireland titles come to Inchicore.

Somewhat surprisingly Patricks Athletic have only won the FAI Cup twice. The club has been runner-up in a further seven FAI Cup finals. Pat’s won the Cup for the first time in 1959 when the club beat Waterford FC 2-1 in a replay following a 2-2 draw in the first match.

St Patricks lifted the Cup two years later in 1961 when it defeated Drumcondra (Drums) 2-1 at Dalymount Park.

St Patrick’s Athletic FC
Football Ground & Pitch

Richmond Park, Inchicore, Dublin 8


Richmond Park Capacity


St Patrick’s Athletic FC
Ticket Information

Stand Prices: Adult: €20 / Juvenile & OAP: €10
Terrace Prices: Adult: €15 / Juvenile & OAP: €10

Family Tickets
1 Adult & 1 Child: €25 stand / €20 ground
1 Adult & 2 Children: €30 f stand / €25 ground
1 Adult & 3 Children: €35 stand / €30 ground

There are no concession tickets available on match nights although a student season ticket is available.
All fans will receive a match programme as part of their admission price.

Directions to
St Patrick’s Athletic FC

How to Get to Richmond Park – St Patrick’s Athletic FC Football Ground

Travelling from the south/north take the M50 and exit at Junction 9. Proceed along the N7 dual carriageway in the direction of Dublin City Centre to Inchicore. Turn right at the Black Lion Pub in the heart of Inchicore onto Emmet Road. Richmond Park is on the left hand side.

Travelling from the City Centre use the following route;
Dame St – Thomas St – James’ St – Kilmainham – Emmet Rd. Richmond Park is on the right.

For detailed directions to Morton Stadium please visit the AA Route Planner

51/B/C, 78A (stop along Emmet Road); The 79 (stops at Sarsfield Road, which is a five-minute walk from Richmond Park); 19 (stops at Bulfin Road, around the corner from Richmond Park); 68 and 69 (stop along Tyrconnell Road, a five-minute walk from Richmond Park) For more information, visit Dublin Bus

Richmond is also served by the LUAS. Alight at the Red Line station at Drimnagh, or at Goldenbridge.

Richmond Park is a five minute taxi drive from Heuston Station and the No. 79 bus passes by the train station.

St Patrick’s Athletic FC
Officials & Contact Details

Team Manager : Pete Mahon
President : Phillip Mooney / Chairman : Garrett Kelleher
Commercial Manager : Philip Nolan / Promotions Officers : Declan WhiteRichmond Park, Inchicore, Dublin 8
Phone: (+353) 1 454 6332 / Fax: (+353) 1 454 6211
Email : info@stpatsfc.ie / St Patrick’s Athletic FC WebsiteThe office is open between 9am and 4.30pm, Monday-Friday.

St Patrick’s Athletic FC League

Airtricity Premier League

St Patrick’s Athletic FC
Club Colours

Home: Jersey – Red & White : Shorts – White : Socks – Red
Away: Jersey – Navy : Shorts – White : Socks – Navy

St Pats Fans
Discussion Forum

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

Who Owns
St Patrick’s Athletic FC?

Newtonheath Company Limited – trading as St Patricks Athletic FC is a privately owned company.

St Pats
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