We would like to thank everyone who has been in contact with the club over the past couple of weeks for their support. As ever, our primary concern is for the safety and well-being of our players, staff, supporters, sponsors, and our wider community. We would urge everyone to follow all of the advice from the government and other relevant authorities. We would also like to thank our players and staff for their professionalism over this period, during what has been a difficult time for all of us. The club has been inundated with enquiries from people seeking to offer support, and work has been ongoing behind the scenes to give people as many different avenues as possible to do just that. Below, you will find a comprehensive summary of all activities currently ongoing at the club. We also have a few more plans in the pipeline so be sure to follow us on social media for all the latest news and events. Merchandise: Our new, red away jersey is now available to pre-order, and we aim to dispatch these in the first week of May. Click Here to pre-order now! We will also have new t-shirts, retro training tops, pin badges and key-rings in stock in early April. A preview of some of these items is below: You can now also purchase online gift vouchers for our online store, which can be used to purchase some of our exciting new merchandise arriving in the coming weeks, or later on in the year. To purchase an online gift voucher, click here. Due to the current government restrictions, shipping of online purchases may take a little longer than usual, but we aim to dispatch all orders as soon as it is possible to do so. Rebel Army Rewind: Those who have signed up to our Rebel Army Rewind streaming service on Patreon have already seen City seal famous wins over Shelbourne, Dundalk and Derry City, as well as our European games against Bayern Munich and Galatasaray. There is still plenty more action to come, though! There is still plenty more to come in our April schedule of games. To receive access to watch, you must be an existing patron or subscribe for €25 a month at Patreon.com/corkcityfc All games will stream on Friday evenings at 7.45pm throughout April. Friday, April 10th Cork City 2-1 Cwmbran Town, 1993/94 UEFA European Cup, First Round, 2nd Leg. Friday, April 17th: Apollon Limassol 1-1 Cork City, 2006 Champions League Qualifier, Second Round, 2nd Leg. Friday, April 24th: Cork City 2-1 Glentoran, 2008 Setanta Cup Final. City Edition: Production of our physical programme has halted for now, but you can sign up for a season-long digital subscription for just €35. As well as the two programmes issued so far this season, you will also guarantee yourself a copy of every programme for the rest of 2020. And, for a limited time only, anyone who signs up gets free access to all of the programmes from 2019 as well! Click here to subscribe. FORAS Membership Fees & Donations: As a supporter-owned club, the support of our fans is vital to the ongoing sustainability of Cork City FC. Members log-in to ClubForce to ensure their membership is up to date. See CCFC.ie/payment for more payment options. Donations to FORAS Trust can also be made below. Donate Commercial Opportunities: While we wait for the football to return, there are still a number of exciting commercial opportunities available at the club, including the overall naming rights of Turner’s Cross, top of stand signage, pitch side signage, academy, women’s and men’s player sponsorships and the senior women’s main sponsorship. You can contact our Commercial and Marketing Manager, Paul Deasy, on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more. Gamble’s Games: While physical distancing is vital in these difficult times, staying fit is also hugely important. Our Assistant Manager Joe Gamble has put together programs for our first team players, and you can keep an eye on our social media channels to see what they are up to. Simulated Big Rebel Sleep Out: Our Annual Big Rebel Sleep Out in association with Focus Ireland in Cork is scheduled for April 25th. Due to the current situation, this will now take place as a ‘simulated’ sleep out, with participants asked to sleep out in the safety and security of their own homes or gardens in light of the current health restrictions and protocols resulting from the Covid-19 emergency.