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Fixtures

August

Saturday 10 August 2024

Saturday 17 August 2024

Tuesday 20 August 2024

Saturday 24 August 2024

Friday 30 August 2024

September

Saturday 7 September 2024

Saturday 14 September 2024

Tuesday 17 September 2024

Saturday 21 September 2024

Saturday 28 September 2024

October

Saturday 5 October 2024

Saturday 12 October 2024

Saturday 19 October 2024

Saturday 26 October 2024

November

Saturday 2 November 2024

Saturday 9 November 2024

Saturday 16 November 2024

Saturday 23 November 2024

Saturday 30 November 2024

December

Saturday 7 December 2024

Saturday 14 December 2024

Saturday 21 December 2024

Thursday 26 December 2024

Monday 30 December 2024

January

Saturday 11 January 2025

Saturday 18 January 2025

Saturday 25 January 2025

February

Saturday 8 February 2025

Saturday 15 February 2025

Saturday 22 February 2025

March

Saturday 8 March 2025

Saturday 15 March 2025

Saturday 22 March 2025

Results

April

Saturday 27 April 2024

Saturday 20 April 2024

Tuesday 16 April 2024

Saturday 13 April 2024

Saturday 6 April 2024

March

Saturday 23 March 2024

Saturday 16 March 2024

Saturday 9 March 2024

February

Saturday 24 February 2024

Friday 16 February 2024

Saturday 10 February 2024

January

Saturday 27 January 2024

Saturday 20 January 2024

Saturday 13 January 2024

December

Saturday 30 December 2023

Tuesday 26 December 2023

Friday 22 December 2023

Saturday 16 December 2023

Saturday 9 December 2023

Tuesday 5 December 2023

Saturday 2 December 2023

November

Saturday 25 November 2023

Friday 17 November 2023

Monday 13 November 2023

Tuesday 7 November 2023

Saturday 4 November 2023

October

Saturday 28 October 2023

Saturday 21 October 2023

Friday 13 October 2023

Saturday 7 October 2023

Tuesday 3 October 2023

September

Saturday 30 September 2023

Tuesday 26 September 2023

Friday 22 September 2023

Saturday 16 September 2023

Saturday 2 September 2023

August

Friday 25 August 2023

Saturday 19 August 2023

Tuesday 15 August 2023

Friday 11 August 2023

Friday 4 August 2023

Current Squad

No Name Position Age Apps Sub on Sub off Discipline Goals
club-logo Cameron Stewart DEF 21 0 0 0 0 0  0
club-logo Dylan Boyle MID 22 0 0 0 0 0  0
club-logo Kyle McClelland DEF 22 0 0 0 0 0  0
2 club-logo Lyndon Kane DEF 27 34 2 1 6 1  0
3 club-logo Dean Jarvis DEF 32 32 1 2 11 0  2
5 club-logo Graham Kelly DEF 26 28 0 5 0 0  0
9 club-logo Matthew Shevlin FOR 25 23 1 7 3 1  12
13 club-logo Rory Brown GK 24 13 0 0 1 0  0
17 club-logo Jamie Glackin MID 29 28 1 9 6 1  2
18 club-logo Jack Scott DEF 21 13 1 2 2 0  0
19 club-logo Jamie McGonigle FOR 28 13 0 6 1 0  4
29 club-logo Andy Scott FOR 24 34 9 13 3 0  0
31 club-logo Senan Devine FOR 17 4 1 3 0 0  0
32 club-logo Alfie Gaston MID 16 3 1 2 0 0  0
32 club-logo Kirk McLaughlin DEF 19 0 0 0 0 0  0
49 club-logo Ciaran O'Hara FOR 18 5 1 3 0 0  2
51 club-logo Cathair Donnelly GK 18 0 0 0 0 0  0
70 club-logo Aidan Tejada MID 16 1 0 1 0 0  0
80 club-logo Sam McClintock FOR 16 1 1 0 0 0  0

History & Info

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Coleraine FC 2023/24


With one League title and six Irish Cups to their credit there can be no doubt Coleraine are one of the foremost provincial clubs in Northern Ireland.

Founded in 1927, the Bannsiders were admitted straight into Irish League circles, finishing sixth in their inaugural campaign and reaching the semi-finals of the Irish Cup the following season.

Steadily improving their league performances year on year, Coleraine eventually tasted silverware during the 1931/32 campaign when victory over Ballymena at Solitude clinched a first senior trophy in the shape of the Gold Cup.

Unfortunately that success was to be the last for over 20 years, despite a couple of post war cup final appearances, until claiming the City Cup in 1953/54.

The Gold Cup followed again a few seasons later but it was during the Sixties that Coleraine really enjoyed a sustained run of relative success, finishing league runners-up twice and third on another three occasions.

The 1964/65 campaign had been their most successful season to date. By now being managed by the legendary Bertie Peacock, Coleraine missed out in the league to near neighbours Derry City but did come out top in the Ulster Cup, at the time played in a round-robin format.

However that paled into insignificance when goals from Shaun Dunlop and Derek Irwin helped Peacock’s side defeat Glenavon in the Irish Cup final at Windsor Park, the first time the Blue Riband trophy of Irish league football made it’s way to the Ballycastle Road.

The Sixties also brought further success in the City Cup, Gold Cup, Ulster Cup and the short lived Top Four Cup.

But that was only a taster for what was to come.

The end of the decade produced back-to-back Blaxnit All-Ireland Cup titles, with victories in the two-legged finals over Shamrock Rovers and Sligo Rovers.

The Irish Cup was landed again in 1971/72 (2-1 v. Portadown), and again in 1974/75 and 1976/77 coupled with more Ulster Cup and Gold Cup triumphs.

The undoubted highlight, however, was a first and so far only league title in 1974, clinched on Easter Tuesday with a draw away to eventual runners-up Portadown.

Although less successful in terms of silverware, the 80s still brought no fewer than seven top three finishes, a couple of Irish Cup finals and success three seasons in a row in either the Ulster Cup or recently launched League Cup.

There then followed a dip in fortunes, including relegation to the First Division, but under Marty Quinn a fifth Irish Cup was claimed thanks to Jody Tolan’s 11th minute winner over Glentoran in May 2003.

The very existence of the club was threatened two years later but despite being placed in administration the Bannsiders stepped back from the brink and, in the years that have followed, have slowly but steadily returned to be genuine title contenders once more and, in 2018, getting their hands on a sixth Irish Cup.

Honours

  • Irish League Championship - 1973/74
  • First Division Championship (second tier) - 1995/96
  • Irish Cup - 1964/65, 1971/72, 1974/75, 1976/77, 2002/03, 2017/18
  • League Cup - 1987/88, 2019/20
  • Gold Cup - 1931/32, 1957/58, 1968/69, 1974/75
  • City Cup - 1953/54, 1968/69
  • Ulster Cup - 1964/65, 1967/68, 1968/69, 1971/72, 1974/75, 1984/85, 1985/86, 1995/96
  • Blaxnit All-Ireland Cup - 1968/69, 1969/70
  • Irish News Cup - 1995/96
  • North West Cup - 1955/56, 1956/57, 1958/59, 1959/60, 1961/62, 1965/66, 1967/68, 1968/69, 1970/71, 1981/82, 1982/83, 1983/84, 1988/89, 1989/90, 1992/93, 1995/96, 2001/02, 2003/04, 2005/06, 2007/08, 2009/10, 2012/13
Founded

1927

Nickname

The Bannsiders

Home colours

Blue & white striped shirts, blue shorts, blue socks

Alternative colours

silver shirts, black shorts, black socks

Chairman

Colin McKendry

General Manager

Laura Lagan

Secretary

Laura Lagan ([email protected])

Media Officer

Johnny McNabb ([email protected])

Head Coach

Dean Shiels

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