Fin Harps is one of Irish football clubs from Ballibofi. The club was founded in 1954, since 1969 playing in the championship of Ireland. The soccer team home arena is Finn Park. Club’s greatest achievement is winning the Irish Cup in season 1973-74 and winning the first division in 2004.
Home Farm is an Irish football club from the district of Whitehall of the city of Dublin. It currently serves only youth and amateur tournaments. The club was founded in 1928 and has been playing in the Irish league since the absorption of the club of Drumcondra in 1972. the club conducts home matches at the stadium, the Whitehall Stadium, from 1970 to 1989 years played at the stadium of persuasion Park. The main achievement of "Home Farm" is winning the Irish Cup in 1975. In 1999 the club began to suffer from financial difficulties and it was divided into two clubs, Home Farm - working only at youth and amateur level, and Home Farm Fingal - continuing to act as professional league. Home Farm is famous for its football school, one of the strongest in Ireland.
Soccer club achievements:
Irish Cup Winner (1): 1975
Winner of Milk Cup (1): 1988.
Irish soccer club of Shelbourne is an Irish professional football club from Dublin, founded in 1895. The club was founded in Dublin in 1895. Since 1904, the club was in Irish Soccer League, in 1921 the club became a founding member of the League of Ireland. Shelbщurne became the winner of the league 13 times. Shelbщurne is one of three clubs, winning the cup as Ireland and Irish Cup (one of the oldest football competition today - National Cup Northern Ireland). In recent years, Shelbourne became Ireland's most successful club in European club tournaments.
In the season 2004/2005 Shelbourne was the first Irish team that reached the third qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League. Team's success in the European cup tournaments due to the Jason Byrne brought Shelbourne in this period an international reputation. In 2007, because of the huge debt the club lost his place in the top division of the League of Ireland and now stands second on the power division.
Home matches at the stadium club holds Persuasion Park, located in Drumkondre, a suburb of Dublin. The main colors of the club are red and white, in the form of a home used mainly red.