Kit Con Eire

10am: Doors open to public.

10:45am: Conor and Johnny from the infamous podcast “The Boys We’ve Seen”, discuss the greatest Irish XI based on the jerseys they wore.

11.15am: Finn Harps F.C. historian and memorabilia collector Bartley Ramsay brings us on a journey through Harp’s kit history.

12pm: Barry Rojack – one half of Irish sports museum – will describe the quirks and anomalies of Irish goalkeeper shirts through the years.

12.45pm: Jamie Ralph, founder of “Argentina Shirts”, discusses the notorious red and black of one of the worlds most famous clubs, Newell’s Old Boys.

1pm: Chris Matic famous for his #ChatShirt online persona presents the hilarious “What Football Shirt Collector Are You?” sketch.

2pm: Matt Riley, author of the smash hit, “Kit and Kaboodle” gives us a sneak peak of his next book – “Thai Football Tales, A Beautiful Madness”.

2.45pm: Conn McAlevey, Shelbourne F.C. kitman, gives us a snapshot of Shel’s history through their iconic kits.

3pm: Denis Hurley, renowned kit historian, illustrator, podcaster and journalist, will be delving into the glorious history of Cork City kits.

4pm: Eddie O’ Mahony, the brains behind Ireland’s soccer shirts will be reliving the glory of the Jack Charlton years through a polyester lens.

5-6pm: Panel discussion hosted by Chris Matic, with some of the speakers above, discussing all of the hot topics in the industry right now.

6pm: Raffle and close.

Saturday 15th – Freebies for all ticket-holders

On Saturday 15th, all tickets holders are invited to attend Shelbourne F.C. vs Treaty Untied F.C. Women’s Premier Division game at Tolka Park with complimentary admission. Meet at the main gate on the Drumcondra Rd. side at 1.30pm.

After the match at 5pm, Aodhan and Gary from the “Football Walking Tour” will guide us on a free tour through the streets of North Dublin, recanting 100 years of Irish Football. Bring an umbrella in case of rain. Again, we’ll meet at the main gate of Tolka Park, Drumcondra Rd side.

From 7pm, top the evening off in the spiritual home of Irish football, Dalymount Park, for kit chat, craic and 90’s bangers. We’ll provide the tunes and you make sure you’re wearing your loudest and wildest 90’s shirts!!

Get hold of a ticket now!

Don’t be disappointed – get your tickets online now! Tickets are €10 for an adult and €5.00 for a senior/student/child over 12. Bring the youngsters – under 12’s are free!