Junior Hoops SC
Founded at the start of the 2010 season, the Junior Hoops Club is for young Hoops and run by Shamrock Rovers FC. Click here for more information on the club and to download an application form. For more details, call the club office on 01 4605948.
Founded in 1991, the Hoops Supporters Club has members from all over Dublin and beyond. The club is currently run by committee members; David Byrne, Robbie Foy and Karl Swanton. The Hoops SC runs buses to all away games, departing from either Tara Street Dart Station or Liberty Hall. Membership is always open, priced €15 for adults and €10 for children and senior citizens.
Tallaght Hoops SC
Set up when Shamrock Rovers’ move to Tallaght was first discussed, the Tallaght Hoops SC is still going strong. Founded in 1999, the current committee members are: Tony Berney, Jacqueline Coll, John Connolly (Chairman), Mark Battle and Sabrina Sheridan. The club runs buses to away games, which always leave from the Stadium Car-Park. We encourage families to join up and travel to games with us. We have Rovers themed quizzes and watch Rovers DVDs on the buses.
Membership for the season costs €10 for adults, €5 for children and €20 for a family of two adults and two children.
Pride of Ringsend SC
The Pride of Ringsend Supporters Club was founded in early 2006 and is based in Ringsend, Rovers birthplace. The club HQ is The Hobblers End in Ringsend village. Membership for the season is open and costs €15 for adults or €5 for children and senior citizens. The committee is made up of Ed Saul (chairman), Jay McClean (secretary) and Justin Mason (treasurer). The club runs buses to away games.
Derek Tracey No. 1 Crumlin Hoops SC
Formerly known as Crumlin Hoops SC which was founded in 1996, the club changed its name at the 2006 Legends night to recognise former Hoops player Derek Tracey, who spent his entire career at Shamrock Rovers.
Northside Hoops SC
Rather than being an official supporters club, the Ultras are a group of fans who aim to enhance matchday by creating a carnival atmosphere. This is achieved mainly by flying large flags, singing, and organising special displays. Everyone in the ground is encouraged to get involved in helping create the fun atmosphere, and cheer on the Hoops.