Colm Horgan

Defender
  • Height None
  • Age 30 years
  • Place of Birth Galway
  • Nationality Republic of Ireland
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Colm’s Biography

Colm is a defender who developed in the underage system at Salthill Devon. He made his league debut for the club against Monaghan United on 2 July 2010, their first season in League of Ireland football, and made a total of 7 league appearances that year.

Colm became a regular in the Salthill line-up in 2011, making 19 league appearances for the club while also turning out for Salthill's U19 side. The following season Colm appeared in 25 of Salthill's 28 league games and when the club dropped out of the league at the end of 2013, Colm was snapped up by Galway FC, ahead of their debut season in League of Ireland football.

Colm's first league appearance for the Tribesmen came against Longford Town on the opening weekend of the 2014 season and he went on to make 32 league appearances for Galway in the First Division and the play-offs, as Galway won promotion to the Premier Division for the 2015 season. He remained a key part of their Premier Division team, making a further 31 league appearances as Galway finished tenth in the top tier, also playing in the EA Sports Cup Final, which Galway lost on penalties to St Pats.

Colm re-signed with Galway United for the 2016 season during which he added another 31 league appearances to his career tally.

In November 2017 Colm signed for Champions Cork City on a two year contract. At the end of his two year stint at Turner's Cross he moved to the opposite end of the country and signed for Derry City. He played at the Brandywell for the 2020 season and followed that up by joiining Sligo Rovers in  February 2021.

Two more LOI Premier Division seasons followed at the Showgrounds before Colm rejoined Galway United ahead of the 2023 season.