Not only are Linfield the most successful club in Irish League history they can lay claim to be the most successful in the world in terms of league victories.
The Blues have, to date, collected no fewer than 56 league titles - the most by any club in any country across the globe - and, on top of that, have won the Irish Cup on 44 occasions (including 25 league/cup doubles), the League Cup 11 times as well as 43 triumphs in the County Antrim Shield.
Add to that many more successes in now defunct competitions such as the City Cup and Gold Cup and it's clear to see how the Blues have dominated over the years.
Such an honours list will invariably throw up legend after legend but perhaps special mention has to go to the seven trophy sides of 1921/22 and 1961/62 - teams from very different eras but both of whom performed a clean sweep of every piece of silverware available to them.
Individually, Linfield list of former players reads like a who's who of Irish League football, dating as far back as Bob Milne pre-WW1, Joe Bambrick between the wars, Tommy Dickson after WW2, Jackie Milburn in the 1950s and so on through to more modern greats like Peter Rafferty, Noel Bailie and Glenn Ferguson.
Off the pitch manager Roy Coyle amassed a staggering 31 trophies during his 15-year tenure from 1975 to 1990 while David Jeffrey matched that number in a slightly longer spell that ended in 2014.
Regular competitors on the European stage, Linfield can also point to a rich history there too with perhaps their greatest achievement being a run to the last eight of the European Cup-Winners' Cup in 1966/67, whilst defeating Manchester City (then the holders) in the 1970/71 edition - but losing on away goals - arguably ranks as their greatest standalone result.
Currently managed by Northern Ireland record goalscorer David Healy, Linfield share their Windsor Park ground with the national side and despite losing their four-season long grip on the league title last season will invariably always remain the team to beat.