Risultati

Irlanda - FAI Intermediate Cup 05/14 13:00 - Bluebell United v Rockmount - View
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 05/08 10:00 - Killester Donnycarney FC v Bluebell United L 11-1
Irlanda - FAI Cup 04/24 13:30 - Bluebell United v Rockmount D 1-1
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 04/20 17:30 - Kilnamanagh AFC v Bluebell United L 5-2
Irlanda - FAI Intermediate Cup 04/16 13:00 - Bluebell United v St Francis FC W 2-0
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 03/27 13:00 - Bluebell United v Bangor GG FC W 4-1
Irlanda - FAI Intermediate Cup 03/19 14:00 - Bluebell United v Cockhill Celtic FC W 3-1
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 02/14 20:00 - Swords Celtic FC v Bluebell United W 1-2
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 02/06 14:00 - Bluebell United v Cherry Orchard W 3-0
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 02/02 19:45 - Edenderry Town FC v Bluebell United W 1-3
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 01/30 14:00 - Bluebell United v Sacred Heart Firhouse Clover W 3-0
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 01/23 14:00 - Bluebell United v Liffey Wanderers W 3-1

Stat.

 TotalIn casaFuori casa
Partite disputate 27 12 15
Wins 14 9 5
Draws 4 1 3
Losses 9 2 7
Goals for 57 30 27
Goals against 53 11 42
Clean sheets 5 3 2
Failed to score 3 1 2

Wikipedia - Bluebell United F.C.

Bluebell United Football Club is an Irish association football club originally based in Bluebell, Dublin. Their senior team plays in the Leinster Senior League Senior Division. They also regularly compete in the FAI Cup, the FAI Intermediate Cup and the Leinster Senior Cup. The club was founded in 1946 in the Camac Park district of Bluebell. The club later relocated to its current home near Clondalkin. In 2014–15 Bluebell were Leinster Senior League champions, 27 years after winning their previous title. Bluebell United would go onto retain the title again the following year in the 2015-16 season.

History

The club was founded in 1946 in the southern suburbs of Dublin. Our pitch is located on the Naas Road directly opposite The Red Cow, Moran Hotel.

During the 1999 season a major revamp of the football ground was carried out. This project was part funded by a grant from the Irish National Lottery, the remainder was raised by organised events, plus funding from team sponsors and advertisers. All the committee members work on a voluntary basis.