Munster Senior League (association football)

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Munster Senior League
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Founded
circa 1900
Nation
 Ireland
Divisions
Senior Premier Division
Senior 1st Division
Senior 2nd Division
Junior Premier Division
Junior First Division
Junior First 'A' Division
Number of Teams
60 Teams (32 Clubs)
Cups
Munster Senior Cup

Munster Senior League is an amateur football league in the Irish province of Munster made up entirely of clubs from Cork, established around 1900. Teams from this league also compete in Ireland's top cup competitions including the FAI Cup, the FAI Junior Cup and the FAI Intermediate Cup. The league gained some interest when League of Ireland champions Bohemians were drawn against Division 1 side Mayfield United in the third round of the FAI Cup in 2009[1] and again in 2011 when Midleton played Cork City FC in the FAI cup [2]

Leagues[edit]

Intermediate Leagues

Senior Premier Division

Senior 1st Division

Senior 2nd Division

Junior Leagues

Junior Premier Division

Junior First Division

Junior First 'A' Division

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bohemians 8-1 Mayfield United". RTÉ.ie. Retrieved 2009-11-04. 
  2. ^ "Midleton 0-2 Cork City". 

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