Hamilton Paul Bell   Andrew Philip Magill
Frank Whitaker   Rev. Br. Francis de Sales   Dudley Hussey
One of the first Bohemian teams to line out in the Phoenix Park, circa 1890

Back Row (l-r) W. Sheehan, G. Sheehan, F. Whi...
Linfield F.C. of Belfast (1891)
The Irish Times
26 February 1901
Leinster Senior Challenge Cup Winner 1901/’02

Back Row (l-r) H.C. Crozier, J.Curtis, W. Crane, D. Kent, J. Houlihan, W.J....
"Bohemians can feel proud of their ground, which is quite up-to-
date, and at any part, reserved or unreserved, the specta...
The Sunday Independent
   22 March 1908
The Sunday Independent
    29 March 1908
The Bohemian side which won the Irish Challenge Cup, 1907/’08

Back Row (l-r) C.C. Robertson (Hon. Sec.), W.R. Bastow, P.J...
The Sunday Independent   The Sunday Independent
     4 April 1909             11 April 1909
Harold Sloan scored the first ever goal at Dalymount Park in
  Bohemian’s 4-2 win over Dublin rivals Shelbourne F.C.
In Memory of
        Second Lieutenant
    HAROLD ALEXANDER SLOAN

   198th Siege Bty., Royal Garrison
               Arti...
Special thanks to


          IRCHSS
       NUI Maynooth
       Bohemian F.C.
      Peter O’ Doherty
       Neal Garnham
 ...
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth
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A talk by Ciarán Priestly on the history of Bohemian Football Club, spanning the founding of the club in 1890, some of the club's influential players and matches and the how the history of one of Dublin's most influential clubs is connected with both the history of the city and the history of soccer in Ireland. The talk was part of the Sport and the City Seminar held in Dublin City Library and Archive on 11th September, 2010.

See also http://dublinsportsarchive.wordpress.com/

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The Bohemian Football Club: The Enduring Legacy of an Idle Youth

  1. 1. Hamilton Paul Bell Andrew Philip Magill
  2. 2. Frank Whitaker Rev. Br. Francis de Sales Dudley Hussey
  3. 3. One of the first Bohemian teams to line out in the Phoenix Park, circa 1890 Back Row (l-r) W. Sheehan, G. Sheehan, F. Whitaker, J. Sheehan, A. Wilson, J. Whelan Centre Row (l-r) S. McCann, A. Blayney, Front Row (l-r) J. Murray, J. Whelan, A. Greary,
  4. 4. Linfield F.C. of Belfast (1891)
  5. 5. The Irish Times 26 February 1901
  6. 6. Leinster Senior Challenge Cup Winner 1901/’02 Back Row (l-r) H.C. Crozier, J.Curtis, W. Crane, D. Kent, J. Houlihan, W.J. Sanderson (Hon. Tres), J. Hare, L.J. Farrell Front Row (l-r) G. Sheehan, Dr McCausland, R.M. Hooper, H.A. Sloan, Capt. J. Spencer (Vice- President).
  7. 7. "Bohemians can feel proud of their ground, which is quite up-to- date, and at any part, reserved or unreserved, the spectators have a splendid view of the game.” (from The Evening Mail, published during the 1907/08 Season.)
  8. 8. The Sunday Independent 22 March 1908
  9. 9. The Sunday Independent 29 March 1908
  10. 10. The Bohemian side which won the Irish Challenge Cup, 1907/’08 Back Row (l-r) C.C. Robertson (Hon. Sec.), W.R. Bastow, P.J. Thunder, T. Healy, M.F. McElhiney, G. Cook (trainer) Centre Row (l-r) R.M. Hooper, H.A. Sloan, J. Balfe (captain) J.C. Hehir, J. Slemin Front Row (l-r) D. Hannon, W.F. Hooper
  11. 11. The Sunday Independent The Sunday Independent 4 April 1909 11 April 1909
  12. 12. Harold Sloan scored the first ever goal at Dalymount Park in Bohemian’s 4-2 win over Dublin rivals Shelbourne F.C.
  13. 13. In Memory of Second Lieutenant HAROLD ALEXANDER SLOAN 198th Siege Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery who died on 21 January 1917 Son of the late Gilbert Sloan, of Dunsinea, Castleknock; husband of Mabel F. Sloan, of Barbizon, Blackrock,
  14. 14. Special thanks to IRCHSS NUI Maynooth Bohemian F.C. Peter O’ Doherty Neal Garnham Dr Roisin Higgins Dr Paul Rouse Sports History Ireland Society

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