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Ahead of the final game of the 2004 season free spending Shelbourne chairman Ollie Byrne announced the capture of three key Bohemians players live on RTÉ angering many Bohs fans who saw it as a tactic of buying up the opposition. Ironically after Byrne's death and Shelbourne's subsequent relegation due to financial insecurities Bohemians signed a number of Shelbourne players. [5] The rivalry is significant as their home grounds in North Dublin are the closest to each other of any clubs in the league at just under two miles apart.

Shelbourne based at Tolka Park in Drumcondra and Bohemians at Dalymount Park in Phibsboro and while the game is referred as the Northside derby Shelbourne were actually formed in Ringsend in South Dublin and only moved to Tolka Park in 1989 (although they had played there occasionally during their history), this adds to the feud as they are seen as moving to Bohs territory. Despite the move to Tolka initially coinciding with a revival in Shels fortunes (they have won six of their 13 league titles and four of their seven cups since 1990) they have struggled to attract significant support on the Northside with only Marino and East Wall being seen as stronger bases for supporting Shels over Bohs.

The earliest rivalry contested was between Bohemian and Shelbourne, Dublin based clubs who played in the Belfast-dominated Irish Football League from the early 1900s to 1920. They never won the League title, but they did win four Irish Cups between them. After the foundation of the League of Ireland in 1921 this rivalry continued along with newly formed rivalries between Shamrock Rovers and St James' Gate, with the four clubs winning all of the league's first eleven titles between them. In the 1950s and 1960s matches between North Dublin-based Drumcondra and South Dublin based Shamrock Rovers became the premier event in leagues calendar until the Drums went out of business in 1972. While outside of Dublin Cork Celtic and Cork Hibernians enjoyed a rivalry in the 1960s.

Derbies in the League of Ireland - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Brandywell has often held The Northwest Derby, played between Derry City and Finn Harps There are many derbies in the League of Ireland, and despite the fact that historically more teams compete in the First Division, the majority are played in the Premier Division, the top flight of Irish football. Background[edit] Current locations of Dublin-based League of Ireland clubs Founded in 1921 the League of Ireland is the national association football league of the Republic of Ireland. Formed by the Football Association of Ireland out of split with the Irish Football Association for the first 65 years it consisted of a single division but since the mid 1980s it has expanded into a two tier system with a Premier Division and First Division.

Due to the prominence of the Bohemians-Shamrock Rovers rivalry the media often portrays this as the second most important in Dublin, however it remains a heated derby, with no love between the two sets of fans. Shamrock Rovers vs Shelbourne (Ringsend Derby)[edit] This rivalry is contested by the first and third most successful League of Ireland sides with 20 and 13 titles respectively, however both clubs see Bohemians as bigger rivals.

The two have rarely been competitive for the title at the same times as each other and both see Shamrock Rovers and Shelbourne as more important rivals. UCD vs the Big Four[edit] University College Dublin's support base consists of only around 50 fans which means during derbies at UCD Bowl there is often more away fans than home supporters. Provincial Derbies[edit] Former Munster Derby: Limerick FC[6] < v Cork City[edit] The Munster Derbies are contested between the two largest Munster clubs, Cork City and Limerick FC but sometimes the rivals are kept apart due to playing in different divisions. In recent times, Cork City and Limerick FC have been competing the Munster Derby in the Premier Division.

In the table below records of game results can not be found from the 1986-87 season to the 1994-1995 season where Limerick were relegated and did not face Cork in a league fixture until 2010. Northwest Derby: Derry City vs Finn Harps[edit] Very little distance separates these two clubs and Northern bragging rights are laid on the line for these games. Traditionally, they have provided some entertaining and often talked about games down the years. The last game of any note between the two teams was a promotion/relegation play-off match in 2003 in which Derry were the victors in front of a crowd of over 6, 000. With Harps promotion for the 2008 season, it returned with great anticipation and the three meetings were all sold out. Unlucky for Harps, though, Derry came out on top on all three occasions. The derby returned in 2010 following Derry's relegation from the Premier Division the previous year, but the Foylesiders still held the advantage over the Donegal men in the ties.

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Louth Derby: Drogheda United vs Dundalk FC[edit] The Louth Derby is contested by Drogheda United and Dundalk. The derby had not been played in many years due to the clubs being in different divisions. Many of Dundalk's most successful periods have corresponded with Drogheda being at the lower end of the league table or in the First Division, while Drogheda's most successful period (between 2004 and 2008) occurred while Dundalk were in the lower tier. The fixture never fails to generate a hostile and heated atmosphere, and fans of the respective clubs despise each other. During the 2017 League Of Ireland Premier Division, the fixture produced 4 red cards in 4 matches.

Traditionally class divisions may have played a part with Rovers based in the rather affluent Milltown and Pat's in Inchicore, an area of high deprivation, today Rovers play in the more socially deprived Tallaght. Shelbourne vs St. Patrick's Athletic (Red Derby)[edit] Sometimes referred to as The Red Dublin Derby due to the similar shirts they wear. During the 2001-02 season St. Pat's were deducted 9 points for fielding an ineligible player, these were reinstated before a further 15 points were deducted pushing St. Pat's from 1st place to 3rd and allowing Shels to win the title with 10 more points. Revived last season after Shelbourne's 5 years in Division one.

They have been tight matches normally which draw big crowds to both stadiums. The most recent result was at Turners Cross in Cork where Limerick FC won 3-2. This derby is between the two biggest cities in what is arguably Ireland's most sports passionate province. Although the football mad cities are 100 km apart, they are the two largest clubs in the province of Munster with both clubs having large fan-bases and support at their home stadiums. They both represent their respective cities with no other club in their city. Turners Cross is well known in Irish football as one of the great stadiums for atmosphere, meanwhile since Limerick FC have returned to their 'spiritual home' of football at Markets Field for the first time in 31 years, attendances have rocketed and the famous Markets Field atmosphere of old has come back. This fixture is seen as one of Ireland's more physical league games, and statistics have shown that the Munster Derby is one of the fixtures with the most red and yellow cards issued.

FAI Cup draw: Dundalk face trip away to Galway United Aug 22, 2023 — The tournament will conclude with the final on November 12th, 2023 in the Aviva Stadium. Full list: Drogheda United v Bohemians. Finn Harps v


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