Get behind your local team at the Carlisle Grounds this Friday night when the Seagulls welcome St Patrick’s Athletic in a crucial SSE Airtricity Premier Division clash.

Alan Mathews’s boys are determined to seize the chance to move clear of the relegation zone, while the visitors will be looking to stay in touch with Cork City and Dundalk at the top of the table.

The match will be screened live on RTE Two and is the perfect opportunity for fans and families to enjoy the Carlisle experience and show the rest of the country what the Seagulls mean to them.

Come down to the Carlisle and play your part in keeping top flight football in Bray!

Meanwhile, striker Ismahil Akinade has been voted Supporters Club Player of the Month for August. Issy will be presented with his award at an upcoming game at the Carlisle.

Issy looks pleased after opening the scoring

Ismahil Akinade is Player of the Month for August

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New date for Derry City game

September 18, 2014September 18, 2014
Derry_City_FC CrestBray Wanderers v Derry City, which was originally scheduled for Friday, October 3, has been rescheduled for Tuesday, September 30 at the Carlisle Grounds with a kick-off time of 7.45pm.  This is due to Derry City's involvement in the semi-final of the FAI Ford Cup.

Team news for visit of the Saints

September 18, 2014
St_Patrick's_Athletic_FC_Crest Mathews expects his side to shine for T.V. Cameras.

Boss Alan Mathews wants his side to give a good account of themselves in front of the T.V. cameras and get the right result when his side meet St. Patrick's Athletic in R.T.E Two's televised game on Friday night at the Carlisle Grounds  (kick off 7.05p.m.) Mathews welcomes back into his squad a trio of players who missed the clash with Bohemian F.C. two weeks ago.  Ismahil Akinade, David Cassidy and Dave Scully are all once again available for selection while Michael Barker who also missed out on his sides visit to Dalymount Park and has served his ban is struggling with an ankle injury. Also on the doubtful list are Philly Hughes who is struggling with a thigh problem and Eric Mc Gill who has a groin injury. Defender Rob Maloney will miss out as he serves a one match ban having reached four penalty points. Speaking ahead of the game Mathews said "with the League Champions coming to Town I expect my lads to give a good account of themselves and get the right result".

******* St.Patricks and Bray have played on 82 occasions at senior level with Pats. winning on 48 occasions while Bray have recorded 13 wins.

****** Pats are unbeaten on their last 8 visits to the Carlisle Grounds winning on their last visit 3-1

****** Earlier in the season at Richmond Park St.Pats. were victorious on a 3-2 scoreline. Vincent Kirwan

U19′s beat Shamrock Rovers

September 14, 2014September 14, 2014
Eoin Rossi scored one of the young Gull's goals

Bray Wanderers Under-19s brought three points home from a trip to the AUL to face Shamrock Rovers.

A hard-fought encounter reached its half-way point scoreless, and the hosts gained the lead early in the second half through Boyd.

Eoin Rossi scored an equaliser for the Gulls just minutes later.

But twenty minutes later he got his marching orders, and it was Dylan Travers who got the winner in the last minutes of the match.

It ended 2-1 to the young Seagulls.

Next up for Wanderers is a home game against Salthill Devon at the Carlisle next Saturday 20th September with a 2pm kick off.

Issy is Player of the Month for August

September 14, 2014
Ismahil AkinadeIsmahil Akinade has been voted Supporters Club Player of the Month for August.  Issy will be presented with his award at an upcoming game at the Carlisle

RTÉ Two to show Bray Wanderers v St Patrick’s Athletic

September 9, 2014September 9, 2014
RTÉ_Sport_Logo RTÉ have confirmed that they will broadcast the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division game between Bray Wanderers and St Patrick’s Athletic on Friday, September 19. The live programme, which will be broadcast on RTE Two, will commence at 7pm with the game kicking-off at 7.05pm.

Bohemians 2-1 Bray Wanderers

September 6, 2014September 6, 2014
Sen Noble gets in his crossWanderers got off to a bad start in this crucial game at Dalymount Park on Friday evening conceding a goal on 9 minutes with Bohemians dominating the remainder of the first half. Worse was to follow as the home side doubled their score two minutes into the second period when ex Seagull, Jason Byrne, scored. It was only in the last twenty minutes that Wanderers got into full flow and reduced Bohs lead when Ryan Swan's shot was deflected into the Bohemian's net by another ex player Jason Byrne. Given that Wanderers fielded a team minus 6 first team regulars who were missing either by injury or suspension this was a satisfactory performance.

Chairman reassures fans on the future

July 11, 2014July 11, 2014
Eddie Cox04smallerBray Wanderers have moved to reassure their supporters and the wider community that the Seagulls are in good hands after a media report based on last year’s accounts suggested that there was ‘significant doubt’ about the future of the club. Chairman Eddie Cox said that since those accounts were filed significant steps have been taken to put Bray Wanderers on a more secure and sustainable footing. Read more...