Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 04/22 18:30 - Cherry Orchard v Malahide Utd L 0-3
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 04/10 11:00 - Wayside Celtic v Cherry Orchard D 0-0
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 04/06 17:15 - Kilnamanagh AFC v Cherry Orchard D 0-0
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 03/25 20:00 - Cherry Orchard v Home Farm FC W 1-0
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 03/11 20:00 - Cherry Orchard v Crumlin United L 2-6
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 02/11 20:02 - Maynooth University Town FC v Cherry Orchard W 1-2
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 02/06 14:00 - Bluebell United v Cherry Orchard L 3-0
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 02/02 19:45 - Cherry Orchard v Bangor GG FC L 0-2
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 01/26 19:45 - Malahide Utd v Cherry Orchard L 2-0
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 01/23 11:00 - Killester Donnycarney FC v Cherry Orchard L 3-0
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 01/07 19:45 - Malahide Utd v Cherry Orchard - View
Irlanda - Leinster Senior League 11/26 19:30 - Cherry Orchard v Edenderry Town FC D 0-0


 TotalIn casaFuori casa
Partite disputate 22 11 11
Wins 3 2 1
Draws 4 1 3
Losses 15 8 7
Goals for 16 9 7
Goals against 47 24 23
Clean sheets 4 2 2
Failed to score 14 6 8

Wikipedia - Cherry Orchard F.C.

Cherry Orchard Football Club is an Irish association football club based in the Cherry Orchard district of Ballyfermot, Dublin. Their senior team plays in the Leinster Senior League. They have also competed in the FAI Cup, the FAI Intermediate Cup, the FAI Junior Cup and the Leinster Senior Cup. The Orchard also have reserve teams playing in the Leinster Senior League and enter teams in the Dublin & District Schoolboy League. Cherry Orchard is well known for its youth system which has successfully produced dozens of players who have gone onto play for clubs throughout Ireland and the United Kingdom. In addition, many have also gone on to represent the Republic of Ireland at various international levels.


Senior Teams

When Cherry Orchard was formed in 1957 it initially only organised adult teams. They began playing in the Leinster Alliance League and then the Leinster Junior League before switching to the Athletic Union League in the mid-1960s. Orchard first came to national prominence when they won the FAI Junior Cup in 1981–82. Between 1984 and 1985 and 1986–87 they also won the FAI Junior Cup three times in a row and then won it twice in a row in 1989–90 and 1990–91. During this time Orchard also won the Athletic Union League five times. Based on these successes, the club decided to join the Leinster Senior League for the 1992–93 season. In their first season in the Leinster Senior League, Orchard gained promotion to the Senior Division. In 1993–94, in their debut season in the Senior Division, Orchard won their first Leinster Senior League title. In the 2015–16 season, 'The Orchard' won the Leinster Senior League Senior 1 Sunday Division and the Charlie Cahill Cup double. They also finished runners-up in the Leinster Senior League Major Saturday Division.

Youth Academy

Cherry Orchard first began to field schoolboy teams in 1970. In the decades since, Orchard have won an assortment of schoolboy and youth league and cup competitions at both provincial and national level. In 1993 Cherry Orchard also won the prestigious Milk Cup, beating Rangers F.C. 4–2 on penalties after a 1–1 draw in the final played before a crowd of 10,000 at the Coleraine Showgrounds. All the previous winners of the Milk Cup had been academy teams of top clubs from England and Scotland. Cherry Orchard regularly supplies players to Republic of Ireland schoolboy and youth teams. In 1998 when the Republic of Ireland won both the UEFA European Under-16 Championship and the UEFA European Under-18 Championship both teams included former Orchard players. Andy Reid played in the Under-16 team, while Alan Quinn scored in the Under-18 final against Germany.