Lisburn Distillery F.C.

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Lisburn Distillery
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Full name Lisburn Distillery Football Club
Nickname(s) The Whites
Short name Lisburn Distillery
Founded 1880 (as Distillery)
Ground New Grosvenor Stadium
Ground Capacity 8,000
Chairman Jim Greer
Manager Tommy Kincaid
League NIFL Championship 1
2013–14 10th
Website Club home page
Current season

Lisburn Distillery is a Northern Irish, intermediate football club based in Ballyskeagh, County Down. The club, founded in 1880, originated in west Belfast, where it was based at Grosvenor Park at Distillery Street off the Grosvenor Road until 1971. After sharing Skegoneill Avenue (Brantwood) and Seaview (Crusaders) for some years the club moved in 1980 to a permanent new home at New Grosvenor Stadium, Ballyskeagh, County Antrim, on the southern outskirts of Belfast. The club was known as Distillery until 1999, when it changed its name to 'Lisburn Distillery' in an attempt to associate itself more closely with its adopted borough (now city) of Lisburn. The club colour is white. The club, a founder member of the Irish League in 1890, was relegated in May 2013.

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Northern Ireland K Robert Robinson
2 Northern Ireland DF Darren Nixon
3 DF Stuart Thompson
4 DF Neil Alderdice
5 DF Kris Pike
6 DF Carl McConville
7 MF Jimmy McIhagga
8 MF Ben Browne
9 MF Chris Kinsberry
10 FW Sean Southam
11 FW Ally Wilson
35 England FW Craig Leworthy
No. Position Player
14 FW Glenn Upton
15 DF Ryan Irwin
16 DF Adam Allen
17 FW Mikey Withers
18 MF Jonny kernoghan
19 MF Mark Tweedie
20 MF Mark Lyons
13 Northern Ireland GK Ryan McBride
25 MF Niall Doyle
31 FW David Wright
32 England GK Luke Griffin

Notable former managers[edit]

Honours[edit]

Senior honours[edit]

Intermediate honours[edit]

† Won by Distillery Rovers (reserve team)

‡ Won by Distillery II (reserve team)

ƒ Won by Distillery West End (reserve team)

Junior honours[edit]

  • Irish Junior Cup: 1
    • 1888‡

‡ Won by Distillery II (reserve team)

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