Queen's University Belfast A.F.C.

Queen's University Belfast A.F.C.

Queen's University Association Football Club is an intermediate, Northern Irish football club playing in IFA Championship 2. The club, founded in 1908, a founder member of the Irish League 'B' Division, is affiliated to Queen's University Belfast, and plays home matches at the newly built Dub stadium at the Queen's University sports grounds at Upper Malone, Belfast.

From 2003-2011, the club played its home matches at Newforge Lane, the home of PSNI F.C., while the new stadium at the Dub was being constructed.

The team play in white shirts and black shorts/socks. The away kit is all blue.

It is a rule at the club that all players must be studying at Queen's University Belfast or they must have previously studied there.

Read more about Queen's University Belfast A.F.C.:  1st Team Squad 2011/12

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