Limerick FC in training for Saturday’s game against Drogheda

Limerick preparations for visit of Drogheda well under way.

Limerick FC will take on Drogheda United this Saturday in the SSE Airtricity League in Marketsfield at 6:30 pm.

Its a very important home game for the Limerick side and after beating St Patrick’s Athletic 2-0 last week Limerick will want to keep this winning streak up.

For ticket information go to http://www.limerickfc.ie/club-shop/tickets/buy-match-tickets.

Here’s a short clip of Limerick FC training in UL ahead of Saturdays game.

Video courtesy of Limerick FC on Facebook.

TRAINING: The boys are getting ready for Drogheda… are you?! Tickets are on sale now!

Posted by Limerick Football Club. on Tuesday, April 11, 2017

 

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