St. Patricks Athletic is one of the Irish football clubs, based in Dublin, now playing in the Premier Division of Ireland. The team conducts home matches at the stadium of Richmond Park. Club colors are red and white. The club was formed in 1929.
Club best achievements:
Premier League (7): champion in 1951-52, 1954-55, 1955-56, 1989-90, 1995-96, 1997-98, 1998-99
Irish Cup (2): winner in 1959, 1961
Superbowl Ireland (1): winner in 1999
League Cup (2): winner in 2000-01, 2003
Another Irish soccer club - Sligo Rovers is an Irish football club from Sligo, that was founded in 1928.
Club main achievements: champion of Ireland in 1936/37, 1976/77
Silver medalist in Ireland: 1938/39, 1950/51
Bronze medalist of Ireland: 1935, 1939/40, 1956/57, 1966/67, 2010
Irish Cup Winner: 1982/83, 1993/94, 2010
Ireland Cup finalist: 1938/39, 1939/40, 1969/70, 1977/78, 1980/81, 2009
Irish Football League Cup Winner: 1997/98, 2010
Irish League Cup finalist: 1975/76, 1976/77, 1995/96
Sporting Fingal is a former Irish soccer club from Dublin. The club was founded in 2007 by Fingal County Administration. In 2008 the club played in the A championship and took the third place - went to the first league. In 2009, Sporting Fingal came to the High League FAI where they were beaten in the finals of the playoffs by Bray Wanderers. Season finale was the victory in the Ireland Cup (in the finals was to beat Sligo Rovers). Before the new season the club withdrew its application for a club license. Thus, the club refused to appearances in the Premier League of FAI. It was later announced to disband the club.
Irish Cup Winner (1): 2009
Football club Waterford United is an Irish football club from the city of Waterford, founded in 1930. Club colors are blue and white. The team is nicknamed the "Blue" or simply "United".
Football Club Wexford UTS is an Irish soccer club from Wexford, founded in 2007. The owner of the club is the construction magnate Mick Wallace. Wexford UTS was founded by construction magnate Mick Wallace, who financed the construction of the Ferrikerrig Park, a modern complex for the new team in Krossabeg (a suburb of Wexford). Currently serving in previews League of Ireland, a place in which he received through insolvency football club from Dublin City. Dublin club appeared in late 2006 and in 2007 Wackford UTS received a license to participate in the First League. August 25, 2008, the club set a personal record of reaching the League Cup, where they managed to beat Cork City 1:0, and hosted by the club from Cork City. Finals held at the home arena "Wexford UTS" Ferrikerrig Park. The final score was 6:1. Victory in the finals were a team of Derry City.