Calling Cork City Fans From Across The World
Cork City supporters, across the world, we want to hear from you!!
Our club is a community club, but what blew us away during last seasons title decider was just how far reaching that community is.
During our commentary of that bitterly disappointing defeat to Dundalk, we got texts and tweets from City fans tuned in from Canada, France and South Africa, to name just a few.
If you're following the action tomorrow by tuning into Cork's Red FM, please let us know where you're listening and send us your good luck message for John Caulfields side.
Email Sport@redfm.ie or tweet @BigRedBench.
We're broadcasting the FAI Cup Final LIVE and in FULL on Cork's Red FM, our broadcast starts from 3pm with Lisa Lawlor at the Aviva Stadium, while Commentator Ruairi O'Hagan will be joined by Former Cork City League and Cup winner Neal Horgan on analysis.
We'll also bring you The Big Red Bench live from the Aviva, with all the post match reaction and more analysis of what will hopefully be a performance that delivers Cork City's third Cup title.
COME ON CITY!
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