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Cork City

Website - http://www.corkcityfc.net

Team Profile

Nickname: City, Rebel Army

Country of Origin: Ireland

Ground: Turners Cross

Ground History

Grounds

NameStart DateEnd Date
Turners Cross Feb 1996 Present
Bishopstown Oct 1992 Jan 1996
St. Colman's Park Sep 1992 Oct 1992
Turners Cross Aug 1986 May 1992
Flower Lodge Aug 1984 May 1986

Cork City History

Cork City were founded in 1984 and spent their first two seasons at Flower Lodge before a move to Turner’s Cross where they won their first silverware, lifting the League Cup in 1987/88. The Leesiders reached their first FAI Cup final the following year, losing out to Derry City after a replay. Another FAI Cup final was lost in 1991/92, this time to Bohemians but the club landed their first League title in 1992/93 after a complicated three-way play-off with Bohemians and Shelbourne.

The following season, 1993/94, saw the club make an ill-fated move to Bishopstown where, over the next two years, Damien Richardson’s team did well in the league and played Galatasaray and Slavia Prague in Europe. But the pitch was akin to a marsh and the club were forced to play in Turner’s Cross, St Colman’s Park and even in Tolka Park with the pitch unplayable.

In 1995/96 the club entered receivership and left Bishopstown. Homeless and struggling to survive, a return to Turner's Cross was negotiated and City avoided relegation with a ninth place finish. Things started to improve under manager Dave Barry and the club won their second FAI Cup in 1997/98, beating Shelbourne 1-0 in a replay at Dalymount Park. In the next two seasons City finished second in the league and Barry said goodbye in the summer of 2000.

In 2004, under Pat Dolan, City beat Malmo and NEC Nijmegen in the Intertoto Cup and a 1-1 draw with Nantes at a packed Turner’s Cross wasn’t quite enough to overturn a first-leg defeat. Dolan’s team finished second in the league that year but he departed in pre-season of 2005 to be replaced by Damien Richardson who promptly led the club to their second league title as City beat Derry in the last game of the season at Turner’s Cross in front of an estimated 12,000 crowd. A fortnight later City missed out on the double when they lost the FAI Cup final to Drogheda United.

City won the 2007 FAI Cup, beating Longford Town 1-0 at a rain-soaked RDS but off the pitch the storm clouds were brewing. Venture capital firm, Arkaga, took over ownership of the club and within a short period of time they pulled out, leaving City in examinership. In October 2008 Tom Coughlan stepped in to rescue the club but things continued to deteriorate. In 2009 Paul Doolin led City to a third place finish but the club’s finances imploded and after a protracted legal process Cork City were wound up in February 2010.

In anticipation of this City supporters had applied for their own license to join the league and under the name Cork City Foras Co-op, they competed in the 2010 First Division. In 2011 they bought back the name and history of Cork City FC and won the First Division title, returning the club to the top tier of Irish football.

League Champions: Three times
1992/93, 2005, 2017

First Division Champions: Once
2011

FAI Cup Winners: Four times
1997/98, 2007, 2016, 2017

League Cup Winners: Three times
1987/88, 1994/95, 1998/99

Setanta Cup Winners: Once
2008



League of Ireland Premier Division

Comp Season Standing
2018 Runner-up
2017 Winner
2016 Runner-up
2015 Runner-up
2014 Runner-up
2005 Winner
2004 Runner-up
1999-2000 Runner-up
1998-1999 Runner-up
1993-1994 Runner-up
1992-1993 Winner
1990-1991 Runner-up

League of Ireland First Division

Comp Season Standing
2011 Winner

FAI Cup

Comp Season Standing
2018 Runner-up
2017 Winner
2016 Winner
2015 Runner-up
2005 Runner-up
1997-1998 Winner
1991-1992 Runner-up
1988-1989 Runner-up

League Cup

Comp Season Standing
2011 Runner-up
1998-1999 Winner
1996-1997 Runner-up
1994-1995 Winner
1987-1988 Winner

Cork City 2021 Record



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  Matches Wins Draws Losses
9 6 2 1
10 8 2 0
Total 19 14 4 1

Cork City 2021 Record - League of Ireland First Division

Comp Date Against Venue Score Att
Feb. 18, 2022 Bray Wanderers Bray Carlisle Grounds 6 - 0 1,450 (est)
Feb. 25, 2022 Galway United Galway Turners Cross 0 - 1 4,984
March 5, 2022 Longford Town Longford Strokestown Road 0 - 0 626
March 11, 2022 Cobh Ramblers Cobh Turners Cross 2 - 0 4,240
March 14, 2022 Waterford Waterford Turners Cross 2 - 0 3,012
March 18, 2022 Treaty United Treaty United Markets Field 4 - 0 1,301
March 25, 2022 Athlone Town Athlone Turners Cross 4 - 1 2,754
April 1, 2022 Wexford Wexford Ferrycarrig Park 1 - 0 506
April 15, 2022 Bray Wanderers Bray Turners Cross 0 - 0
April 18, 2022 Waterford Waterford Regional Sports Centre 2 - 1
April 22, 2022 Cobh Ramblers Cobh St. Colman's Park 3 - 2
April 29, 2022 Longford Town Longford Turners Cross 4 - 1
May 2, 2022 Treaty United Treaty United Turners Cross 3 - 0
May 6, 2022 Athlone Town Athlone Athlone Town Stadium 2 - 1
May 20, 2022 Wexford Wexford Turners Cross 1 - 1
May 27, 2022 Galway United Galway Eamonn Deacy Park 1 - 0
June 18, 2022 Longford Town Longford Strokestown Road 1 - 1
June 24, 2022 Cobh Ramblers Cobh Turners Cross 1 - 0
June 27, 2022 Treaty United Treaty United Markets Field 5 - 0
July 1, 2022 Bray Wanderers Bray Carlisle Grounds -
July 15, 2022 Galway United Galway Turners Cross -
July 22, 2022 Wexford Wexford Ferrycarrig Park -
Aug. 5, 2022 Athlone Town Athlone Turners Cross -
Aug. 12, 2022 Treaty United Treaty United Turners Cross -
Aug. 19, 2022 Cobh Ramblers Cobh St. Colman's Park -
Sept. 2, 2022 Longford Town Longford Turners Cross -
Sept. 9, 2022 Waterford Waterford Regional Sports Centre -
Sept. 16, 2022 Galway United Galway Eamonn Deacy Park -
Oct. 7, 2022 Wexford Wexford Turners Cross -
Oct. 14, 2022 Athlone Town Athlone Athlone Town Stadium -
Oct. 21, 2022 Bray Wanderers Bray Turners Cross -

Cork City Squad

Players at the club between 1 Jan & 31 Dec of selected year


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Player Pos Age Nation Start Cur
Mark McNulty
GK 41 years, 8 months Ireland Jan. 2, 2011
David Harrington
GK 22 years Ireland Jan. 27, 2018
Corey Chambers
GK 24 years, 5 months Ireland Feb. 8, 2022
Jimmy Corcoran
GK 20 years, 5 months Ireland Dec. 24, 2021
Josh Honohan
DF - Ireland Aug. 16, 2019
George Heaven
DF 22 years, 9 months England Feb. 9, 2021
Ally Gilchrist
DF 27 years, 4 months Scotland Nov. 7, 2021
Ronan Hurley
DF 22 years, 9 months Ireland April 23, 2018
Gordon Walker
DF 23 years, 2 months Ireland Feb. 10, 2021
Kieran Coates
DF 20 years, 8 months England Feb. 24, 2022
Jonas Hakkinen
DF 23 years, 3 months Finland March 7, 2021
Uniss Kargbo
DF 20 years, 5 months Ireland July 18, 2020
Kevin O'Connor
DF 27 years, 2 months Ireland Dec. 11, 2021
Cathal Heffernan
DF - Ireland July 9, 2021
Joe O'Brien Whitmarsh
MID - Ireland July 26, 2020
Matt Healy
MID 20 years, 2 months Ireland Feb. 6, 2022
Aaron Bolger
MID 22 years, 5 months Ireland July 29, 2021
Alec Byrne
MID 23 years Ireland None
Colin Healy
Mgr 42 years, 3 months Ireland Dec. 24, 2020
Matt Srbely
MID 23 years, 7 months Canada Feb. 5, 2022
Dylan McGlade
MID 27 years, 2 months Ireland Dec. 29, 2019
James Doona
MID 24 years, 5 months Ireland Nov. 7, 2021
Cian Coleman
MID 25 years, 6 months Ireland Nov. 7, 2019
Cian Bargary
MID 21 years, 7 months Ireland Jan. 11, 2019
Zachary Dunne
MID 18 years, 5 months Ireland March 5, 2022
Oran Crowe
MID - Ireland July 26, 2020
Darragh Crowley
MID - Ireland March 22, 2019
Barry Coffey
MID 21 years, 3 months Ireland July 28, 2021
Franco Umeh Chibueze
FW - Ireland June 18, 2022
Ruairi Keating
FW 26 years, 11 months Ireland Dec. 12, 2021
Cian Murphy
FW 22 years Ireland April 23, 2018
Mark O'Mahony
FW - Ireland March 5, 2022
To be Confirmed
- England None