Irish Intermediate Cup

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Irish Intermediate Cup
Sport Football
Founded1892
No. of teamsAll intermediate status-teams (98 entries in 2009–10)
CountryNorthern Ireland
Ireland (until 1921)
Most recent
champion(s)
Dollingstown (2019-20)
Most titlesLinfield Swifts (11)
Official website Coca-Cola Intermediate Cup

The Irish Intermediate Cup is a Northern Irish football competition for teams of intermediate status, including NIFL Premiership reserve sides. It is a straight knock-out tournament and is currently sponsored by Ladbrokes.

Contents

The current holders are Dollingstown.

Past winners

NB. * denotes reserve teams of senior clubs

Performance by club

TeamNo. of winsWinning years
Linfield Swifts*111896–97, 1898–99, 1900–01, 1928–29, 1945–46, 1948–49, 1955–56, 1956–57, 1971–72, 2001–02, 2003–04
Dundela 101946–47, 1954–55, 1965–66, 1974–75, 1983–84, 1988–89, 1992–93, 1998–99, 1999–00, 2000–01
Ballyclare Comrades 91925–26, 1949–50, 1950–51, 1953–54, 1959–60, 1960–61, 1962–63, 1963–64, 1989–90
Glentoran II*91893–94, 1897–98, 1908–09, 1912–13, 1915–16, 1917–18, 1930–31, 1940–41, 1961–62
Belfast Celtic II*51913–14, 1934–35, 1935–36, 1936–37, 1939–40
Brantwood 41951–52, 1952–53, 1972–73, 1990–91
Carrick Rangers 41975–76, 1976–77, 2010–11, 2014-15
Chimney Corner 41967–68, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1996–97
Newry Cityƒ41957–58, 1966–67, 1980–81, 2011–12
RUC41978–79, 1979–80, 1984–85, 1986–87
Bangor Reserves*31941–42, 1943–44, 1944–45
Cliftonville Olympic*31895–96, 1899–00, 1901–02
Crusaders 31926–27, 1937–38, 1938–39
Distillery Rovers / II*31892–93, 1902–03, 1947–48
Glenavon 31907–08, 1910–11, 2004–05
Limavady United 31973–74, 1995–96, 2016-17
Coleraine Reserves*21964–65, 1968–69
Donegal Celtic 22005–06, 2009–10
Dungannon Swifts 21977–78, 1991–92
Dunmurry21922–23, 1929–30
Forth River21905–06, 1906–07
Harland & Wolff Welders 22002–03, 2006–07
Institute 22012–13, 2015-16
Larne 21958–59, 1969–70
Linfield Rangers*21921–22, 1924–25
Loughgall 21997–98, 2007–08
St James' Gate 21909–10, 1919–20
Willowfield 21923–24, 1927–28
Ards II*11970–71
Ballinamallard United 11994–95
Banbridge Town 11985–86
Bangor 12013–14
Broadway United11931–32
Crumlin Star 12018–19
Derry Guilds11911–12
Dollingstown 12019–20
Dunville's11932–33
Knockbreda Parish 12008–09
Larne Olympic*11942–43
Milltown11894–95
Portstewart 11993–94
Queen’s Island 11920–21
Queen’s University 12017–18
Short Brothers 11987–88
Strandville 11916–17
Sunnyside11933–34
UCD 11914–15
Frankfort11904–05
YMCA11903–04

See also

Irish Cup

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