The staff of the Baltimore Bohemians will be featured at the Maryland Irish Festival on November 8th through the 10th at the Timonium Fairgrounds.
The Bohemians will be situated in the South Hall of the Fairgrounds alongside other vendors, selling merchandise and talking with fans about the upcoming season.
In addition, Chris Brien, former president of the Bohemian Football Club in Ireland, will be in attendance. The Irish club partnered with Baltimore last season, and both sides will allow players an opportunity to be featured on either side of the Atlantic. The two clubs are also planning on a possible friendly match sometime in the near future.
Bohemian F.C., situated in Dublin, is the oldest Irish club in continuous existence and the oldest fan-owned club in Ireland. The club finished 10th in the 12-team League of Ireland this past season.
Baltimore finished second in the Mid-Atlantic Division of the USL Premier Development League last season, falling to Reading United in the first round of the playoffs. In just their second year of existence, Baltimore led their division in goals scored with 42, and finished with an 8-5-1 record.