The Irish Intermediate Cup is a Northern Irish football competition for teams of intermediate status, currently sponsored by Coca-Cola.
The Intermediate Cup is competed for by intermediate-level clubs, including IFA Premiership reserve sides.
It is a straight knock-out tournament.
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