Belfast Celtic

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Alton United F.C.
... is a defunct Irish football club who were based in Belfast, Northern Ireland and played in the Falls District League ... home matches in the Falls Road area of Belfast at Shauns Park and also at Celtic Park, the home ground of Belfast Celtic, on the Donegall Road in West Belfast ... of Ireland, which had been formed in 1921 as a breakaway from the Belfast-based Irish Football Association ...
Celtic Park (Belfast)
... Celtic Park was a multi-use stadium in Belfast, Northern Ireland ... for football matches and was the home of Belfast Celtic F.C. ... The stadium ceased to host Belfast Celtic matches when the team stopped playing competitive matches in 1949, but it continued to be a greyhound track until the 1980s ...
Tommy Breen
... footballer who played as a goalkeeper for, among others, Belfast Celtic, Manchester United, Linfield and Shamrock Rovers ... Scott as first-choice goalkeeper for both Belfast Celtic and the IFA XI and was rated by Billy Behan, one of his predecessors at Manchester United and a ... Then, in 1944, he transferred from Belfast Celtic to their rivals Linfield after a financial dispute ...
Mickey Hamill
... A native of West Belfast, he learned to play Gaelic football before turning to association football ... His first clubs were St Paul's Swifts and Belfast Rangers ... After signing for Belfast Celtic, he made his debut against Shelbourne in 1909, but only became a first-team regular at inside-right from 1910 onwards ...
Ballymena United F.C. - Club History - Ballymena F.C. (1928–1934)
... Ballymena Showgrounds, against reigning Irish League champions Belfast Celtic the ‘Light Blues’ lost the game 3–0 ... to a final showdown with League Champions Belfast Celtic at Solitude ... A remarkable 2–1 victory over Belfast Celtic followed with goals from Jamie Shiels and ‘Hoody’ McCambridge as Ballymena lifted the show-piece trophy in their first season as a senior club ...

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    Anonymous 9th century, Irish. “Epigram,” no. 121, A Celtic Miscellany (1951, revised 1971)

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