Aidan Price


Player Profile

Age: 39 years, 11 months

Place of Birth: Dublin

Nationality: Ireland

Position: Defender

Height: 6' 3"

Club History


Start DateEnd DateTeam
Feb 2015 Jul 2015 Limerick
Dec 2013 Oct 2014 Bohemians
Feb 2012 Oct 2013 St. Patrick's Athletic
Feb 2011 Nov 2011 Bohemians
Jan 2006 Nov 2010 Shamrock Rovers
Feb 2005 Dec 2005 Kilkenny City


Start DateEnd DateTeam

Aidan began his football at Cherry Orchard and signed for Kilkenny City under manager Par Scully in 2005. He then followed Scully to Shamrock Rovers in January 2006.

In his first season at Rovers Aidan won the club's Player of the Year award as the club won the First Division title. He also played in the Shamrock Rovers team that won the league title in 2010 and appeared in the FAI Cup final that year which the Hoops lost on penalties to Sligo Rovers.

However, Aidan was released at the end of 2010 having made 120 league appearances for the 'Hoops' and in February 2011 he signed for Pat Fenlon at Bohemians, making 31 league appearances in his debut season at Dalymount Park.

Aidan left Bohemians at the end of 2011 and joined up with St Patrick's Athletic under new manager Liam Buckley in February 2012. He made just two league appearances that year and was an unused substitute in Pats' FAI Cup final defeat to Derry City. The following season Aidan made 10 league appearances as Pats won the 2013 League title, but he left Richmond Park at the end of the season to sign for his former club Bohemians.

Aidan went on to be a key part of the Bohemians defence, playing thirty times for the club in the league, as they finished seventh in the Premier Division table. He left the club at the end of the season and linked up with the Fifpro squad for out-of-contract players for a short time. In February 2015 he lined out for Limerick FC during their pre-season matches and just days before the start of the 2015 season he signed up with Martin Russell's team.

Aidan went on to make fourteen league appearances for Limerick as the Superblues struggled in the Premier Division and had only six points when Aidan left the club to become the manager of the Shamrock Rivers u17 squad.

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