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Team Profile

Nickname:The Rams

Ground: St. Colman's Park

Capacity: 5000

Phone: +353 (0)21 4813078

Cobh Ramblers,
St Colman's Park,
Co Cork,

Cobh Ramblers Football Club is an Irish football club founded in 1922. The Rams came to national prominence when, as a non-league club, they reached the semi-finals of the 1982/83 FAI Cup, eventually going out to Sligo Rovers after three replays. Elected to the league in 1985 as founder members of the First Division, they hail from Cobh, County Cork and play their home matches at St. Colman's Park. The club's colours are claret and blue.

First Division Champions: Once

Squad Breakdown

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Adam Mylod Ireland Goalkeeper
Paul Hunt England Goalkeeper
Michal Sadys Poland Goalkeeper
Adam O'Sullivan Ireland Defender
Ian Mylod Ireland Defender
Adam Crowley Ireland Defender
Stephen O'Connor Ireland Defender
Andrew Wall Ireland Defender
Kevin Taylor Ireland Defender
Charlie Fleming Ireland Defender
Ben O'Riordan Ireland Defender
Jack Lynch Ireland Defender
James McSweeney Ireland Defender
Gordon Walker Ireland Defender
Shane O'Connor Ireland Midfield
Pierce Phillips Ireland Midfield
Jaze Kabia Ireland Midfield
Cameron Harlson Ireland Midfield
Karl Caulfield Ireland Midfield
Darren Murphy Ireland Midfield
Matthew Lambe Ireland Midfield
Denzil Fernandes Ireland Midfield
David Hurley Ireland Midfield
Stephen Kenny Ireland Midfield
Scott McCarthy Ireland Midfield
Stephen Christopher Ireland Midfield
Peter Callanan Ireland Midfield
John Dineen Ireland Midfield
Craig Donnellan Ireland Midfield
Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh Ireland Forward
Cian Leonard Ireland Forward
Liam Cronin Ireland Forward
Anthony McAlavey Ireland Forward
A Trialist Unknown Unknown
Chris Hull Ireland Unknown