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  • Thursday November 26th, 2015 @ 16:52

Santa Claus To Visit The Supersaints!

The 2015 season may be over but that doesn't mean you have to wait until next year to come down to Richmond Park in Inchicore as Santa Claus will be making a very special visit to the home of the Saints!

As he continues to make his list and check it twice, Santa will take time out of his busy schedule in the North Pole to visit Richmond Park, the home of St Patrick's Athletic, on Sunday, December 6th between 1-3pm as he finds out what young Supersaints want for Christmas.

The club is inviting some local clubs and schools and welcomes young fans to come along too*.

Every child under 10, accompanied by an adult, who comes down to the home of St Patrick's Athletic wearing some kind of Pats gear (a scarf, hat, jersey etc.) or with a family member who has a season ticket will get in to see Santa in his Christmas Den.

There will be music and storytelling and maybe even some players and staff from St Pats will be joining in with the festivities.

As an added bonus, the EA Sports Cup, which the Saints won back in October, will be on display so don't miss the opportunity to get your picture taken with the silverware!

With Santa famous for wearing his red and white colours, we always had an inkling that Santa was a Supersaint but now we know for sure! So come on down to 125 Emmet Road on Sunday, December 6th from 1-3pm.

Who knows, maybe Santa will even grant every junior Saint his or her really special wish - victory in the 2016 league title chase!

* note this event is not opened to the public.

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Founded in 1929 the 'Saints' play in the Premier Division of the SSE Airtricity League at Richmond Park, in Inchicore Dublin 8, Ireland.

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