1929–30 League of Ireland

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The 1929–30 League of Ireland was the ninth season of the League of Ireland and was won by Bohemians.

Overview[edit]

It was contested by 10 teams, and Bohemians won the championship.

Final classification[edit]

Pos Club Pts W D L GF GA GD
1 Bohemian F.C. 30 14 2 2 51 18 +33
2 Shelbourne F.C. 29 14 1 3 59 25 +34
3 Shamrock Rovers F.C. 26 12 2 4 44 22 +22
4 Fordsons F.C.* 19 8 3 7 33 33 0
5 Brideville FC 19 8 3 7 34 39 -5
6 Dundalk F.C. 15 6 3 9 38 36 +2
7 Drumcondra F.C. 15 5 5 8 26 37 -11
8 Bray Unknowns F.C. 13 4 5 9 34 48 -14
9 St James's Gate F.C. 11 4 3 11 30 38 -8
10 Jacobs F.C. 3 0 6 15 23 76 -53

'*' Fordsons F.C. changed their club name to Cork F.C. for next season.

Dolphin F.C. and Waterford F.C. were elected to the league for next season.

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