Seán Cox is a 53-year old husband and father of three from Dunboyne in Ireland.  A lifelong Liverpool FC fan, on April 24th 2018 Seán travelled with his brother Martin to the Champions League semi-final between Liverpool and AS Roma at Anfield.  Just before kick-off, on his way to the stadium, Seán was the victim of a vicious and unprovoked attack which left him with life-changing injuries.

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A number of events are planned to help Seán with his recovery. Find out how you can help.


Night Run April 28th 2019

Dublin City Night Run launch took place today and will see Support Sean become the Official Charity Partner for this years run through the streets of the Capital. 5 euro from every entry will go to the Support Sean Campaign. To register for the race go to or click the link below to register

Support Seán News

Pictures and news from events around the country

Sixes for Seán Dec 29th 30th

Superb event which took place on Dec 29th and 30th. Eventual winners were Sonas Bathrooms(Aidan Conway Cup) Scotty United (Michael Flood Cup) and Curragha Cubs(Roddy O Neill Shield) . See below for some gret pics form the event 

Meath V Dublin Fundraiser Dec 16th  2018

Fantastic Day in Pairc Tailtean today. Great turnout , great atmosphere and great win for the Royals !!

Thanks to everyone who played a part in any way in making the day such a huge success .

Precision Cables Coffee Morning

***Update Jan 2019 **

A huge thanks to all in Precision Cables and everyone country wide who supported their coffee morning in Dec. In total 138,000 euro was raised. Well done to all involved this was a tremendous event . 

December 7th sees Precision Cables run a Nationwide coffee morning for Support Seán . 

Meath v Dublin Press Launch

15th of November

Press launch in Dunboyne Castle with selection of Dubin and Meath players

Copyright: Support Seán Cox Campaign 2018

The Sean Cox Rehabilitation Trust is in place to collect and administer funds raised for Sean’s plight.  The Trust will be responsible for distributing monies to meet the costs of Sean’s ongoing and future care and rehabilitation, and costs borne by his family related to his rehabilitation.  In the event of Sean’s death the proceeds of the Trust will be transferred to his Estate. 

The Trustees are Stephen Felle, David Gantly, Kevin McKeon and Paul Noonan. 

Queries relating to the Sean Cox Rehabilitation Trust can be sent to with a subject line of “FAO: Trustees”. YOU CAN DOWNLOAD OUR GOVERENCE STATEMENT HERE