Our new @UmbroIreland range launches tomorrow, so this is the end of our #BackToUmbro series.

Worn from 2009-11, this home shirt was our last by Umbro until now.

In 2011, the Reds were promoted back to the Premier Division and reached the FAI Cup Final.

📸Lorraine O’Sullivan

Last call for this weekend's massive Final Clearance Sale on all Macron items.

Huge Reductions, everything must go!
This Saturday for one day only.
Store open from 12.00 to 16:00.

Other offers In-store also.

This is the penultimate shirt in our #BackToUmbro countdown.

It was released for the Reds’ 2005 Champions League campaign and was worn in the away games against @Glentoran (pictured) and @steauafotbal.

What shirt do you want to see in tomorrow’s final edition?

📸 David Maher


We are Shelbourne F.C. Keep your eyes peeled to see the @UmbroIreland @shelsfc training range Friday!

#BackToUmbro #Shels

It’s time for the next in our #BackToUmbro series.

This shirt worn by Ollie Cahill in our UEFA Cup game against Lille was introduced in 2004. It remains a favourite among Reds.

Stay tuned leading up to the launch of our new @UmbroIreland range on Friday.

📸 David Maher

COMPETITION: We have tickets to give away for the Republic of Ireland v Northern Ireland at the Aviva Stadium on Thursday night. See our Facebook page for details on how to enter.

Davy O'Connor to run 50km to raise €1,000 for Pieta House
https://t.co/WZ9M1dpcAx #WeAreShels

Massive Final Clearance Sale on all Macron items.
Huge Reductions, everything must go!
One Day / One Off Sale, this Saturday.

Other offers In-store also.

Happy Monday, Shels fans. Next up in our #BackToUmbro series is the last home shirt sponsored by longtime partners @duluxirl.

The Reds won the league twice in this shirt, in 2001/02 & 2003.

A certain future Irish international also announced himself in this shirt.

📸Pat Murphy

Shelbourne F.C. Media Officer Frank Young, who has run the Club Shop voluntarily for many years, is stepping aside from this role. We would like to thank him for his service. @enruoblehs


@shelsfc @ManUtd Fred Morrow, ex Tritonville, Bohs & Shelbourne striker. Died in 1917.

On Armistice Day we remember Oscar Linkson - a League and FA Cup winner with @ManUtd who signed for Shels in 1913. At the outbreak of war he joined the 1st Football Battalion, Middlesex Regiment. On 8/8/1916, Linkson went missing and his body was never recovered. He was 28.

Next up in our #BackToUmbro series is the shirt from the most successful season in our history.

In 1999/00 Shels won the double, beating @bfcdublin in the Cup Final replay. Nutsy Fenlon scored the only goal in Dalymount to break Bohs’ hearts. #WeAreShels
📸 Ray McManus

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