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1915–16 Belfast & District League

The Irish League in season 1915–16 was suspended due to the First World War. A Belfast & District League was played instead by 6 teams, and Linfield won the championship.

1916–17 Belfast & District League

The Irish League in season 1916–17 was suspended due to the First World War. A Belfast & District League was played instead by 6 teams, and Glentoran won the championship.

1917–18 Belfast & District League

The Irish League in season 1917–18 was suspended due to the First World War. A Belfast & District League was played instead by 6 teams, and Linfield won the championship.

1918–19 Belfast & District League

The Irish League in season 1918–19 was suspended due to the First World War. A Belfast & District League was played instead by 6 teams, and Belfast Celtic won the championship after a play-off with Linfield.

1921–22 League of Ireland

The 1921–22 League of Ireland was the inaugural season of top-tier football in the Republic of Ireland. It began on 17 September and ended on 17 December 1921.

1922–23 League of Ireland

The 1922–23 League of Ireland was the second season of the League of Ireland. It started on 16 September 1922 and ended in March 1923. St Jamess gate were Champions.

1923–24 League of Ireland

The 1923–24 League of Ireland was the third season of top-tier football in the Republic of Ireland. It began on 8 September 1923 and ended on 13 May 1924. Shamrock Rovers were reigning Champions.

1924–25 League of Ireland

The 1924–25 League of Ireland was the fourth season of top-tier football in the Republic of Ireland. It began on 6 September 1924 and ended on 25 April 1925. La Boheme were Champions.

1925–26 League of Ireland

The 1925–26 League of Ireland was the fifth season of the League of Ireland. It began on 29 August 1925 and ended on 3 January 1926. Shamrock Rovers were the defending champions. Shelbourne won their first title.

1926–27 League of Ireland

The 1926–27 League of Ireland was the sixth season of the League of Ireland. It began on 21 August 1926 and ended on 7 May 1927. Shelbourne were the defending champions. Shamrock Rovers won their third title.

1927–28 League of Ireland

The 1927–28 League of Ireland was the seventh season of the League of Ireland. Shamrock Rovers were the defending champions. Bohemians won their second title.

1928–29 League of Ireland

The 1928–29 League of Ireland was the eighth season of the League of Ireland. Bohemians were the defending champions. Shelbourne have won their second title.

1929–30 League of Ireland

The 1929–30 League of Ireland was the ninth season of the League of Ireland. Shelbourne were the defending champions. Bohemians won their third title.

1930–31 League of Ireland

The 1930–31 League of Ireland was the tenth season of the League of Ireland. Bohemians were the defending champions. Shelbourne won their third title.

1931–32 League of Ireland

The 1931–32 League of Ireland was the eleventh season of the League of Ireland. Shelbourne were the defending champions. Shamrock Rovers won their fourth title.

1932–33 League of Ireland

The 1932–33 League of Ireland was the twelfth season of the League of Ireland. Shamrock Rovers were the defending champions. Dundalk won their first title, becoming the first team from outside Dublin to do so.

1933–34 League of Ireland

The 1933–34 League of Ireland was the thirteenth season of the League of Ireland. Dundalk were the defending champions. Bohemians won their fourth title.

1934–35 League of Ireland

The 1934–35 League of Ireland was the fourteenth season of the League of Ireland. Bohemians were the defending champions. Dolphin won their first title.

1935–36 League of Ireland

The 1935–36 League of Ireland was the fifteenth season of the League of Ireland. Dolphin were the defending champions. Bohemians won their fifth title.

Ireland national football team (FAI) results

This article contains the results of the Ireland team selected by the Football Association of Ireland. It was previously known as the Irish Free State. After a FIFA ruling they became the Republic of Ireland in 1954.

1936–37 League of Ireland

The 1936–37 League of Ireland was the sixteenth season of the League of Ireland. Bohemians were the defending champions. Sligo Rovers won their first title, becoming the first team from Connacht to do so.

1937–38 League of Ireland

The 1937–38 League of Ireland was the seventeenth season of the League of Ireland. Sligo Rovers were the defending champions. Shamrock Rovers won their fifth title.

1938 FIFA World Cup qualification Group 2

In the 1938 FIFA World Cup qualification Group 2, the two teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The winner Norway qualified for the third FIFA World Cup held in France.

1938–39 League of Ireland

The 1938–39 League of Ireland was the eighteenth season of the League of Ireland. Shamrock Rovers were the defending champions. Shamrock Rovers won their sixth title, and thus, became the first team to successfully defend their title.

1939–40 League of Ireland

The 1939–40 League of Ireland was the nineteenth season of the League of Ireland. Shamrock Rovers were the two-time defending champions. St Jamess gate won his second title.

1931 Latvian Higher League

The 1931 football season was the 5th season of the Latvian Virsliga. The reigning champions - Rīgas FK managed to retain their title in a tight battle against Olimpija Liepāja. The title was decided in the last match between Rīgas FK and LSB Rīga ...

1940–41 League of Ireland

The 1940–41 League of Ireland was the twentieth season of the League of Ireland. St Jamess Gate were the defending champions. Cork United won their first title.

Dublin and Belfast Inter-City Cup

The Dublin and Belfast Inter-city Cup was a soccer competition that ran for eight seasons in Ireland between and including 1941/42-1948/49. Each seasons competition consisted of six teams from each of the two jurisdictions on the island of Irelan ...

1941–42 League of Ireland

The 1941–42 League of Ireland was the 21st season of the League of Ireland. Cork United were the defending champions. Cork United won their second title, becoming only the second team to successfully defend their title.

1943–44 League of Ireland

Two teams failed to be re-elected: Bray Unknowns and Brideville, resulting in a reduction in size from ten to eight. No new teams were elected in their place.

1944–45 League of Ireland

St Jamess Gate failed to be re-elected and were replaced by Brideville, who returned after a one-season absence. It was contested by 8 teams, and Cork United won the championship.

1949–50 Israeli League

The 1949–50 season was the first and only edition of the Israeli League. It was the first season after independence in 1948, and the eleventh season of league football in what had been Mandatory Palestine. The season started on 28 May 1949 and en ...

1948–49 Maccabi Tel Aviv F.C. season

The 1948–49 season was Maccabi Tel Avivs 43rd season since its establishment, in 1906, and first since the establishment of the State of Israel. Due to the Israeli war of independence, civil football events will not begin until the spring of 1949 ...

1954 FIFA World Cup qualification Group 4

The three teams in this group played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winner France qualified for the fifth FIFA World Cup held in Switzerland.

Republic of Ireland national football team 1950s results

This article contains the results of the Republic of Ireland national football team during the 1950s. Between 1936 and 1954 the Football Association of Ireland referred to their team as Ireland After a FIFA ruling they became the Republic of Irel ...

1958 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group 1

The three teams in this group played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winner England qualified for the sixth FIFA World Cup held in Sweden.

1957 Israel Super Cup

The 1957 Israel Super Cup was the first edition of the Israel Super Cup, an annual Israeli football match played between the winners of the previous seasons Top Division and Israel State Cup. As the match was not set by the Israel Football Associ ...

Israeli 10th Anniversary Cup

The 10th Anniversary Cup was a stand-alone cup competition played to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Israeli Declaration of Independence. The competition was divided into two leagues have played 12 1957-58 Liga Leumit clubs, 4 club from 195 ...

UAAP Season 17 mens basketball tournament

The 1954 UAAP mens basketball tournament was the 17th year of the mens tournament of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines s basketball championship. Hosted by University of Santo Tomas, the NU Bulldogs defeated the FEU Tamaraws ...

UAAP Season 20 mens basketball tournament

The 1957 UAAP mens basketball tournament was the 20th year of the mens tournament of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines s basketball championship. Hosted by University of the Philippines, the UE Warriors defeated the UST Glowi ...

UAAP Season 21 mens basketball tournament

The 1958 UAAP mens basketball tournament was the 21st year of the mens tournament of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines s basketball championship. Hosted by University of the East, the UE Warriors defeated the MCU Tigers in a ...

UAAP Season 22 mens basketball tournament

The 1959 UAAP mens basketball tournament was the 22nd year of the mens tournament of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines s basketball championship. Hosted by University of Santo Tomas, the UST Glowing Goldies defeated the UE Wa ...

1960–61 League of Ireland

It was contested by 12 teams, and Drumcondra won the championship and qualified to play in the 1961–62 European Cup for next season. St Patricks athletic have qualified to play in the 1961-62 European Cup winners Cup in Europe.

1961–62 League of Ireland

It was contested by 12 teams, and Shelbourne won the championship after beating Cork Celtic 1-0 in a Championship Play-off on 2 May 1962 at Dalymount Park. Shelbourne qualified to play in the European Cup, Shamrock Rovers qualified to play in the ...

1964 European Nations Cup qualifying first round

The 1964 European Nations Cup qualifying first round were the second round of qualifying competition for 1964 European Nations Cup. They were contested by the thirteen preliminary round winners of the 1964 European Nations Cup qualifying tourname ...

1964 European Nations Cup qualifying second round

The 1964 European Nations Cup qualifying second round were the second round of qualifying competition for 1964 European Nations Cup. They were contested by the eight round of 16 winners of the 1964 European Nations Cup qualifying tournament. The ...

1966 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group 9

This group originally included Syria as well as Spain and the Republic of Ireland. However Syria withdrew in support of the African teams who withdrew in protest at the allocation of spots. The Republic of Ireland and Spain subsequently played ag ...

Blaxnit Cup

The Blaxnit Cup, is a defunct club football competition which featured teams from both football associations on the island of Ireland, in a similar format to the current Setanta Cup. It was inaugurated in 1967 as a cross-border competition betwee ...

1970 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group 2

The 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification UEFA Group 2 was a UEFA qualifying group for the 1970 FIFA World Cup. The group comprised Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Hungary and Republic of Ireland.

1962 Israel Super Cup

The 1962 Israel Super Cup was the 2nd Israel Super Cup, an annual Israeli football match played between the winners of the previous seasons Top Division and Israel State Cup. As the match was not set by the Israel Football Association, it was con ...

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