Bohemians fans celebrate during a 4-0 hammering of bitter rivals Shamrock Rovers in 2012 

Dalymount Park

Dalymount Park is the home of Bohemian F.C., who have played there since the early 20th century. The stadium is known as the home of Irish football; until the early 1990s it was the home of the Irish international team and has held crowds of up to 45,000. It has been graced by some of the greats of the game - Pelé, Beckenbauer, Zidane, Van Basten, Charlton and Best to name but a few. The stadium has 3 bars which supporters in which supporters can drink on matchdays, as well as hot food and refreshments, and a club shop which stocks a wide range of club merchandise. The Jodi Stand is the main stand in Dalymount, and this is where the singing section of the home support are located.

Bohemian FC

Bohemian FC, or Bohs, play in the League of Ireland Premier Division. Known as The Gypsies, their kit consists of red and black stripes. They have won the league 11 times along with 7 FAI Cup wins and numerous appearance in European competition. Their most recent league win came in 2009. The previous year, the club won the double for the third time. Bohs share a bitter rivalry with Shamrock Rovers, while also sharing rivalries with other Dublin clubs such as Shelbourne and St. Patrick's Athletic.

For a full list of 2013 fixtures, visit http://bohemianfc.com/?page_id=1822