Eirball Soccer Archive

The Eirball Soccer Archive is an All-Time Archive of the Results and Tables of Irish Soccer and Irish Players around the World. The archive covers Irish Soccer (both FAI and NIFA), Women’s Soccer, Provincial Intermediate Leagues, County & District Junior Leagues (Adult), as well as various forms of Football Fives.

Featured Image: Photo Contributor: katatonia82 (2020) KYIV, UKRAINE – OCTOBER 23, 2020: UEFA Womens EURO 2022 Qualifying game Ukraine v Ireland at Obolon Arena in Kyiv, Ukraine. Group photo of Ireland National Team [Internet] Available from: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/kyiv-ukraine-october-23-2020-uefa-1840048645 [Accessed 26 July 2022]

The Eirball.soccer Archive is part of the Eirball.sport – Irish All-Sports Archives

The Following Leagues and Competitions currently appear on the Eirball.soccer (Soccer) website:

Levels of Irish Adult Soccer: 1. National Leagues (Senior) 2. Provincial Leagues (Intermediate) 3. County & District Leagues (Junior)

Other versions of Soccer or Football appear on the Eirball.futbol website:

Levels of Irish Soccer: 4. Local Leagues (Football Fives, 7-a-side Football, 6-a-side Mini-Football)

Other Football in Ireland: Futsal, Indoor Soccer, Street Soccer, Beach Soccer, Para Football (Powerchair, Amputee and Vision Impaired Football), Footbag (Hacky Sack, Traditional Asian and Australian Aboriginal versions of Footbag)

World Football Codes: Arena Soccer (USA & Canada), Calcio (27-a-side Renaissance Fiorentina, Italy version of Football),

All-Ireland Soccer Cups and Republic of Ireland Soccer Leagues’ Results and Tables can be found by clicking on the buttons in the list below.

All-Ireland Soccer Cups

All-Ireland Soccer Cups have been played on an on-off basis since 1941-42 when the Dublin & Belfast Intercity Cup was first played. The North-South Cup lasted two seasons from 1961-1963 and then sponsors names appeared on the Blaxnit Cup (1967 to 1974), Texaco Cup (1973 to 1975), and Tyler Cup 1978 to 1980. The Irish News sponsored the North West Cup from 1995 to 1998, featuring teams from Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland parts of Ulster. The latest and perhaps greatest All-Ireland Cup was the Setanta Cup, which ran from 2005 to 2009 and then after a years break from 2011 to 2014.

The Eirball.football Archive is part of the Eirball.sport – Irish All-Sports Archives

Football Association of Ireland

League of Ireland

The Football Association of Ireland (Republic of Ireland Soccer) broke away from the Irish Football Association (Northern Ireland Soccer) after the 26 Counties gained independence in 1922. The FAI organises the League of Ireland (Premier Division, First Division and Underage Divisions) as well as at one stage the League of Ireland B Division.

Rory Feely at League of Ireland Premier Division match Cork City FC v Waterford FC September 2nd 2019
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Women’s National League

The FAI organises the Women’s National League as well as the FAI Women’s Cup, FAI Women’s National League Cup and Underage Leagues and Cups

Saoirse Noonan WNL Cork City FC v Galway WFC 2019-05-12

FAI Cups

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Football Association of Ireland Cups

FAI Cups

League of Ireland B / Underage

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League of Ireland B Division

League of Ireland B Division

League of Ireland B Division (Overviews):

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League of Ireland Underage Divisions

SSE Airtricity League U19

Schoolboys Soccer

The Schoolboys Football Association of Ireland organises Schoolboys Football in the Republic of Ireland, one of the Highlights of which is the Kennedy Cup – organised every year on the lines of the FIFA World Cup, but with teams representing the 32 County & District Football Associations in the Republic of Ireland.

Schoolboys Football Association of Ireland Logo
Schoolboys Football Association of Ireland Logo

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Schoolboys Football Association of Ireland

SFAI Kennedy Cup

SFAI Kennedy Cup (Season Results):

Soccer Teams in Ireland

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FAI Ireland

The Football Association of Ireland governs Soccer in the Republic of Ireland, having split with their Northern Counterparts after independence in the 1920s.


Setanta Cup 2005-2014, North West Cup 1995-1998, Tyler Cup 1978-1980, Texaco Cup 1973-1975, Blaxnit Cup 1967-1974, North-South Cup 1961-1963, Dublin and Belfast Cup 1941-1949

SSE Airtricity League Premier Division and First Division. League of Ireland

Preseidents Cup. FAI U19 League.

League of Ireland Under 19 League and League of Ireland B.

FAI Kennedy Cup

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FAI Women

The Football Association of Ireland governs both Men’s and Women’s Soccer in the Republic of Ireland.

The Northern Ireland Women’s Football Association governs Women’s Soccer in NI.


FAI Women’s National League

Northern Ireland Women’s Football League

Civil Service Ladies Football League Divisions 1-4 1990 (RoI)

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The Irish Football Association dates back to the 1890s and since the split in the 1920s has been the governing body for Soccer in Northern Ireland. It is currently known as the Northern Ireland Football Association.

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland Football League

Fermanagh and Western Football League All-Time Champions.

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The Connacht Football association runs the Connacht senior Cup and at one time the Connacht Senior League.

It includes the Galway FA, Mayo FL, Roscommon & District FL, and Sligo Leitrim & District FL.


Connacht Senior Cup, Connacht Senior League.

Galway Football Association 2017-2019

Mayo Football League Super League 2016-2018

Roscommon & District Football League Premier Division 2005-2020

Sligo Leitrim & District Football League 2006-2010

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The Athletic Union League is a Dublin-wide Internmediate-level League as well as a Fingal (North Dublin) Junior Level League.

The Athletic Union League is a North City and South City Junior Level League.

The Leinster Football League is a Junior Level League in South Dublin.


Athletic Union League Premier A 2013-2019. All Divisions 2019-20

Amateur Football League All Divisions 2020

Leinster Football League All Divisions 2019-20.

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Leinster Senior Football League

The LSFL is an Intermediate Level League covering the Province of Leinster as well as a Junior Level League primarily in Dublin.

Leinster Junior League

The LJL had a Provincial Counties League from 1974 to 1979 as well as a Dublin Junior League.


Leinster Senior Football League Senior Division 1970-2020

Leinster Junior League Premier Division 1975-1980. Leinster Junior League Premier Counties 1975-1980

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Munster Senior League

Interediate League covering Munster Province.

Limerick & District League

Junior League covering Limerick County and surrounding areas.

Tipperary & Southern District Football League Junior League covering South Tipperary.


Munster Senior League 2021-22

Limerick & District League 2019-20

Tipperary & Southern District Football League Premier Division 2005-2020

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Donegal Junior League

Junior Level League.

Monaghan Cavan League

Junior Level League covering Counties Monaghan and Cavan.

Ulster (ROI)

Donegal Junior League Premier League 2012-2019; Donegal Junior League Division 1 2012-2020; Donegal Junior League Division 2 2012-2020; Brian McCormick Cup 2012-2020

Monaghan Cavan League Premier Division 2016-2018.

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FIFA World

FIFA was founded in 1904, and 1930 was the year of the first World Cup.

UEFA Europe

The first Regional tournament in Europe was the Mitropa Cup (Mittel Europa Cup) first played in 1927, The European Champions Cup in 1956 and the European Nations Cup in 1958.

FA England

The Football Association was founded in England in 1962, and the Football League in 1888. The International Championship was first played in 1884.

CSF South America

The Copa America was first played in 1910 and the Copa Libertadores (Clubs) in 1960

CONCACAF North, Central America and Caribbean

The first CCCF Championship was played in 1941, the first CONCACAF GOld Cup in 1991 and the first CONCACAF Champions Cup in 1962.

AFC Asia

The Asian Cup was first played in 1956 and the Asian Champion Teams Cup (now AFC Champions League) in 1967.

CAF Africa

The First AFCON (African Cup of Nations) was played in 1957 and the first African Cup of Champion Clubs (now CAF Champions League) in 1964.

OFC Oceania

The First Oceania Cup was held in 1973.

World Soccer

FIFA World Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, Preseason Tournaments, Indian Ocean Games, Commonwealth of Independent Nations Cup.

UEFA Champions League, UEFA Nations League, UEFA Women’s Champions League, National Leagues.

FA Premier League, English Football League.

Copa America, Copa Libertadores, Inter-American Cup, National Leagues, Brazilian State Leagues.

CONCACAF Champions League, Leagues Cup (MLS-Liga MX), Caribbean Cup, UNCAF Nations Cup, MLS, CPL, Liga MX, International Cups.

Asian Games, AFC Champions League, National Leagues, Preseason International Cups. SAFF South Asian Championship, Gulf Cup, Arab Champions League. EAFF East Asia Dynasty Cup, ASEAN Games.

CAF Champions League, AFCON, East African Championship. COSAFA Southern African Championship. Amilcar Cabral Cup (West Africa).

OFC Champions League, National Leagues.

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Island Games

The First Island Games (North Atlantic) was held in 1985.

Women’s World Soccer

The first Women’s World Cup was held in 1991.

CONIFA Independent

The First VIVA (Now CONIFA) World Cup was held in 2006.

FIFA Football Fives

Neymar Jr lent his name to the first FIFA Football Fives World Cup in 2018.

Independent and Other Soccer

Island Games (Atlantic Ocean)

UEFA Women’s Champions League, FA Women’s Super League.

Federation of Independent Football Associations (Autonomous Regions, Non-FIFA recognized Countries). VIVA World Cup, CONIFA World Cup, CONADI / ANPO (Indigenous Regions of South America), Vatican City State (Non-Aligned)

“Subbuteo” Table Top Soccer Game

“Subbuteo” Table Top Soccer Game / Photo Credit: Enda Mulcahy 11 February 2022