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Republic Of Ireland flagIrish National Anthem
National Coach: Martin O'Neill
National Stadium: Aviva Stadium
FA founded: 1921 ( FA Website )
Joined FIFA: 1923
FIFA Code: IRL
Nickname: The Boys in Green
Local Name: Eire
Capital: Dublin
Population: 4,156,119
Area: 70,280 km2
Tel: +353 / Internet: .ie
Currency: Euro (EUR) - Rates
Domestic Season: March - November
Local Time and WeatherLatest Irish Football News
List of Irish League and Cup Winners

Irish Football League System
An overview of the football league system in Republic Of Ireland with a list of the clubs and stadia in each division. Click on the + symbols to reveal the manager/coach, chairman/president, nickname, year of foundation and a link to the website for each Irish football club.

Level: 1 League of Ireland Premier Division view 12 Teams
Level: 2 League of Ireland First Division view 8 Teams
Level: 3 Other Irish Clubs view 4 Teams
League of Ireland Premier Division
Bohemian Dalymount Park (8,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Aaron Callaghan
Chairman / President: Chris Brien
Founded in: 1890 (Nickname: Bohs)
View Bohemian homepage
Bray Wanderers Carlisle Grounds (7,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Pat Devlin
Chairman / President: Eddie Cox
Founded in: 1942 (Nickname: The Seagulls)
View Bray Wanderers homepage
Cork City Turners Cross (8,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Tommy Dunne
Chairman / President: Mick Ring
Founded in: 1984 (Nickname: City)
View Cork City homepage
Derry City The Brandywell (7,700) [-]
Manager / Coach: Roddy Collins
Chairman / President: Philip O'Doherty
Founded in: 1928 (Nickname: The Candystripes)
View Derry City homepage
Drogheda United United Park (5,400) [-]
Manager / Coach: Mick Cooke
Chairman / President: Jim Agnew
Founded in: 1975 (Nickname: The Drogs)
View Drogheda United homepage
Dundalk Oriel Park (6,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Stephen Kenny
Chairman / President: Padraig McGowan
Founded in: 1903 (Nickname: The Lilywhites)
View Dundalk homepage
Limerick Thomond Park (26,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Stuart Taylor
Chairman / President: Jack McCarthy
Founded in: 1937 (Nickname: Super Blues)
View Limerick homepage
Shamrock Rovers Tallaght Stadium (6,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Trevor Croly
Chairman / President: Jonathan Roche
Founded in: 1901 (Nickname: The Hoops)
View Shamrock Rovers homepage
Shelbourne Tolka Park (9,700) [-]
Manager / Coach: John McDonnell
Chairman / President: Joe Casey
Founded in: 1895 (Nickname: Shels)
View Shelbourne homepage
Sligo Rovers The Showgrounds, Sligo (5,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Ian Baraclough
Chairman / President: Tony Quinn
Founded in: 1928 (Nickname: Bit O'Red)
View Sligo Rovers homepage
St Patrick's Athletic Richmond Park, Dublin (5,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Liam Buckley
Chairman / President: Garrett Kelleher
Founded in: 1929 (Nickname: Saints)
View St Patrick's Athletic homepage
University College Dublin UCD Bowl (3,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Martin Russell
Chairman / President: Keith Dignam
Founded in: 1895 (Nickname: The Students)
View University College Dublin homepage

League of Ireland First Division
Athlone Town Athlone Town Stadium (2,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Roddy Collins
Chairman / President: John Hayden
Founded in: 1887 (Nickname: The Town)
View Athlone Town homepage
Cobh Ramblers St. Colman's Park (5,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Dave Hill
Chairman / President: Barry Walsh
Founded in: 1922 (Nickname: Ramblers)
View Cobh Ramblers homepage
Finn Harps Finn Park (7,900) [-]
Manager / Coach: Peter Hutton
Chairman / President: Joey O'Leary
Founded in: 1954 (Nickname: The Harps)
View Finn Harps homepage
Longford Town City Calling Stadium (4,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Tony Cousins
Chairman / President: Jim Hanley
Founded in: 1924 (Nickname: Town)
View Longford Town homepage
Mervue United Fahy's Field (600) [-]
Manager / Coach: Johnny Glynn
Chairman / President:
Founded in: 1960 (Nickname: )
View Mervue United homepage
Salthill Devon Drom Clubhouse (2,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Tony Mannion
Chairman / President:
Founded in: 1977 (Nickname: )
View Salthill Devon homepage
Waterford United Waterford Regional Sports Centre (8,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Vacant
Chairman / President: John O'Sullivan
Founded in: 1930 (Nickname: The Blues)
View Waterford United homepage
Wexford Youths Ferrycarraig Park (5,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Shane Keegan
Chairman / President: Dave Dempsey
Founded in: 2007 (Nickname: Youths)
View Wexford Youths homepage

Other Irish Clubs
Galway United Terryland Park (5,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Jeff Kenna
Chairman / President: John McCormick
Founded in: 1937 (Nickname: The Tribesmen)
View Galway United homepage
Kildare County Station Road (2,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Tony Cousins
Chairman / President: Pat O'Hanlon
Founded in: 2002 (Nickname: The Thoroughbreds)
View Kildare County homepage
The club was would up and disbanded due to financial problems in 2009.
Monaghan United Century Homes Park (3,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Mick Cooke
Chairman / President: Jim McGlone
Founded in: 1979 (Nickname: The Magic Mons)
View Monaghan United homepage
The club withdrew from the league in 2012 due to financial problems.
Sporting Fingal Morton Stadium (10,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Liam Buckley
Chairman / President: Gerry Gannon
Founded in: 2007 (Nickname: The Ravens)
View Sporting Fingal homepage
The club was dissolved due to financial problems in 2011.

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Bohemians
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Drogheda United
Shelbourne
Cork City
Shelbourne
Shelbourne
Bohemians
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St. Patrick’s Athletic
St. Patrick’s Athletic
Derry City
St. Patrick’s Athletic
Dundalk
Shamrock Rovers
Cork City
Shelbourne
Dundalk
St. Patrick’s Athletic
Derry City
Dundalk
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Athlone Town
Dundalk
Athlone Town
Limerick United
Dundalk
Bohemians
Sligo Rovers
Dundalk
Bohemians
Cork Celtic
Waterford
Waterford
Cork Hibernians
Waterford
Waterford
Waterford
Dundalk
Waterford
Drumcondra
Shamrock Rovers
Dundalk
Shelbourne
Drumcondra
Limerick
Shamrock Rovers
Drumcondra
Shamrock Rovers
St. Patrick’s Athletic
St. Patrick’s Athletic
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Shelbourne
St. Patrick’s Athletic
Cork Athletic
Cork Athletic
Drumcondra
Drumcondra
Shelbourne
Cork United
Cork United
Shelbourne
Cork United
Cork United
Cork United
St. James’ Gate
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Sligo Rovers
Bohemians
Dolphin
Bohemians
Dundalk
Shamrock Rovers
Shelbourne
Bohemians
Shelbourne
Bohemians
Shamrock Rovers
Shelbourne
Shamrock Rovers
Bohemians
Shamrock Rovers
St. James’ Gate
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Sligo Rovers
Derry City
Sligo Rovers
Sligo Rovers
Sporting Fingal
Bohemians
Cork City
Derry City
Drogheda United
Longford Town
Longford Town
Derry City
Dundalk
Bohemians
Shelbourne
Bray Wanderers
Cork City
Shelbourne
Shelbourne
Derry City
Sligo Rovers
Shelbourne
Bohemians
Galway United
Bray Wanderers
Derry City
Dundalk
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
UCD
Sligo Rovers
Limerick United
Dundalk
Waterford
Dundalk
Shamrock Rovers
Dundalk
Bohemians
Home Farm
Finn Harps
Cork Hibernians
Cork Hibernians
Limerick
Bohemians
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Shelbourne
Shamrock Rovers
St. Patrick’s Athletic
Shelbourne
St. Patrick’s Athletic
Dundalk
Drumcondra
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Drumcondra
Cork Athletic
Dundalk
Cork Athletic
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Dundalk
Shamrock Rovers
Cork United
Drumcondra
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Drumcondra
Dundalk
Cork United
Shamrock Rovers
Shelbourne
St. James’ Gate
Waterford
Shamrock Rovers
Bohemians
Cork
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Shamrock Rovers
Bohemians
Drumcondra
Fordsons
Shamrock Rovers
Athlone Town
Alton United
St. James’ Gate
At the end of the 2001/02 season the decision was taken to move to a Spring-Autumn calendar and a short transitional championship took place (from July 2002 – January 2003). The cup also adopted the Spring-Autumn season.

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