Features

2005
 Fussball Tournament 
The RISSC (London) Fussball Team, led by Club Treasurer Damian Byrne, travelled to Shoreditch on Saturday 3 November, to take part in the International Fussball Tournament which was organised by the London Northern Ireland Supporters Club (NISC).

 Irish Independent Article
In September 2005, Gerry McDermott wrote an excellent article in the monthly sports supplement of the Irish Independent about our club, the London branch of the Republic of Ireland Soccer Supporters Club. You can read the article which is in Adobe PDF format (600 KB).

 Cathal Chu's Postcards
Cathal became aware of the Republic of Ireland Soccer Supporters Club (London) and joined after visiting the Club Stall at the EXPO Ireland exhibition held in Earls Court in 1999. Cathal has travelled the world in support of the Irish football team and his journeys have been embellished by visiting the sites, meeting the local people, trying something different on his dinner plate and of course sampling the local tipple.

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Postcard from Georgia

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Postcard from Israel

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Postcard from Cyprus

 Irish Post Article
The 2005 AGM is upon us and Club Treasurer, Damian Byrne was digging through the archives and happened upon this article and photograph from the Irish Post in 1992, written by Kerryman extraordinaire and former member, Peter Carbery.


FlagClub Member, Brian Norton writes from down under
Brian Norton, hails from the Northside of Dublin and is a hardcore Bohemians fan. He emigrated to Australia just before the turn of the century after spending some time in London where he was a member of the RISSC.

Faroes LogoGarvan Hickey visits the Faroes
Garvan Hickey is a member of the RISSC here in London and recants his story of the recent trip to the islands north of Scotland called the Faroes.

Helsinki FlagThe Helsinki experience
Tommy Reilly is a long standing member who has settled in the home of the Reindeer, "Midnight Sun" and the "Land of Thousand Lakes". This is a story of his travails trying to watch the boys in green in Helsinki.

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