Bohemian F.C.

Bohemians Dublin (Irish Cumann Peile At Bóithéimeach ) is an Irish football club from Dublin. The association founded in 1890 is one of the oldest continuously existing football clubs in the Republic of Ireland (next to Athlone Town, UCD Dublin, Shelbourne Dublin); the football team is one of the only of the first Irish League exclusively to the members of the association. The club plays its home games since 1901 in Dalymount Park from the main to the 1970s stadium in the Irish Republic.


The club was very successful from the beginning; in the first 20 years of its existence it was six times reach the FA Cup final for Ireland, lost to a victory in 1908 all playoffs. After cleavage of the Football Federation of the Republic of Ireland by the Northern Ireland 1921, the Bohemians founding member of the Irish League, were in the following 1920/30s they coined the Irish football. In addition to five championships and two cup wins, four runner-up in both competitions.

Until 1969, when the first two semi-professionals came to the Bohs, they were a pure amateur team. Later they evolved into a fully professional team. They play regularly since then with the national title.

The Bohs played 21 times in European competitions, including the qualification and the Intertoto Cup, but resigned, if they ever reached the first round, almost always in the first two rounds.


  • Irish champion (11 ) 1923/24, 1927 /28, 1929/30, 1933/34, 1935/36, 1974/75 1977 /78 2000/01 2002/ 03, 2008, 2009
  • Cup Winners of the Republic of Ireland ( 7) 1928, 1935, 1970, 1976, 1992, 2001, 2008
  • Irish League Cup Winners ( 3) 1975, 1979, 2009
  • Irish Cup winner (Total Ireland) ( 1) 1908
  • Inter- City Cup ( 1) 1945

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