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Shelbourne Football Club


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  • Variants

    • Shelbourne FC (Soccer team)
    • Shelbourne F.C. (Soccer team)
    • Cumann Peile Shíol Bhroin
    • Shels (Soccer team)
    • Reds (Soccer team)
    • Real Reds (Soccer team)
  • Additional Information

    • Descriptor

        Soccer teams
    • Associated Locale

        Ireland
    • Associated Locale

        Dublin (Ireland)
    • Associated Locale

        Drumcondra (Dublin, Ireland)
    • Associated Locale

        Ringsend (Dublin, Ireland)
    • Associated Locale

        Sandymount (Dublin, Ireland)
    • Associated Language

        English
    • Field of Activity

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  • Sources

    • found: Fitzpatrick, S. Shelbourne cult heroes, 2010 :p. iii (Shelbourne FC)
    • found: Shelbourne FC official website, 17 Nov. 2010 :contact page (Shelbourne Football Club) history page (Shelbourne football club was formed in 1885 in the Ringsend / Sandymount area of Dublin.) - http://www.shelbournefc.ie/
    • found: Its website, viewed 29 October 2021(Shelbourne Football Club; Shelbourne FC; leading Irish professional football club; a true Dublin institution, formed in 1895; founded by James Rowan in the Shelbourne House hostelry on Grand Canal Street, Dublin; the club's first games were played at nearby Havelock Square; from the outbreak of the Second World War until 1949, Shels' home ground was located at Shelbourne Park Stadium, and since then at Dalymount Park Stadium and various other locations; contact: Tolka Park, Richmond Road, Dublin 3)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed 29 October 2021(Shelbourne F.C.; Shelbourne Football Club; Irish: Cumann Peile Shíol Bhroin; Irish association football club based in Drumcondra, Dublin; founded in Dublin in 1895; home matches are played at Tolka Park, in the Dublin suburb of Drumcondra; nicknames: Shels, The Reds, The Real Reds; the club was formed in 1895 in the Ringsend area of Dublin, taking its name from the nearby Shelbourne Road; acquired the lease on Tolka Park from Dublin Corporation in 1989; before moving to Drumcondra, Shels had most recently been based in Harold's Cross Stadium, earlier they had been housed in Shelbourne Park, Irishtown Stadium and Dalymount Park)
  • Change Notes

    • 2010-11-23: new
    • 2021-10-30: revised
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