1930–31 League of Ireland

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League of Ireland
Season1930–31
ChampionsShelbourne (3rd title)
Matches played132
Goals scored544 (4.12 per match)
Top goalscorerAlexander Hair (29 goals)

The 1930–31 League of Ireland was the tenth season of the League of Ireland. Bohemians were the defending champions.

Shelbourne won their third title.

Overview[edit]

Two new teams were elected to the League: Dolphin and Waterford.

Fordsons changed their name to Cork. Dundalk dropped their 'G.N.R.' moniker.

Teams[edit]

Locations of the 1930–31 League of Ireland teams
Team Location Stadium
Bohemians Dublin (Phibsborough) Dalymount Park
Bray Unknowns Bray Woodbrook Ground
Brideville Dublin (The Liberties) Richmond Park
Cork Cork Mardyke
Dolphin Dublin (Dolphin's Barn) Dolphin Park
Drumcondra Dublin (Clonturk) Clonturk Park
Dundalk Dundalk Athletic Grounds
Jacobs Dublin (Crumlin) Rutland Avenue
St. James's Gate Dublin (Crumlin) St. James's Park
Shamrock Rovers Dublin (Milltown) Glenmalure Park
Shelbourne Dublin (Ringsend) Shelbourne Park
Waterford Waterford Kilcohan Park

Table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Shelbourne 22 13 5 4 52 22 +30 31
2 Dundalk 22 11 6 5 64 43 +21 28
3 Bohemians 22 10 7 5 45 32 +13 27
4 Cork 22 12 3 7 55 45 +10 27
5 Dolphin 22 11 4 7 51 43 +8 26
6 Brideville 22 10 6 6 49 44 +5 26
7 Shamrock Rovers 22 9 5 8 54 49 +5 23
8 Bray Unknowns 22 8 4 10 41 45 −4 20
9 Waterford 22 8 3 11 43 52 −9 19
10 St James's Gate 22 7 4 11 36 48 −12 18
11 Drumcondra 22 5 5 12 33 49 −16 15
12 Jacobs 22 1 2 19 21 72 −51 4

Top goalscorers[edit]

Pos Player Club Goals
1 Alexander Hair Shelbourne 29

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