Shelbourne

Shelbourne may refer to :

  • Shelbourne Hotel; a hotel in the centre of Dublin, Ireland
  • Shelbourne Development; a real estate development company based out of Dublin, Ireland
  • Shelbourne Road; a street in Dublin, Ireland
  • Shelbourne F.C.; an association football club from Dublin, Ireland
  • Shelbourne, Victoria; an area in Victoria, Australia

Other articles related to "shelbourne":

Sean Byrne (footballer Born 1989) - Career - Shelbourne
... On 25 January 2010, Byrne moved to Tolka Park when he signed for Shelbourne. ...
John Feenan - Shelbourne
... After leaving Sunderland, Feenan returned to Ireland and played for Shelbourne ... On April 28, 1940, while at Shelbourne he played for a League of Ireland XI, that also included Paddy Bradshaw, Jimmy Dunne and Johnny Carey, which lost 3-2 to a Scottish League ...
Setanta Sports Cup 2007 - Shelbourne's Withdrawal
... On 30 January 2007, however, Shelbourne announced that they were withdrawing from the competition for reasons relating to their financial troubles and the fact that they would be unlikely to field a ... in the previous season's league (Shelbourne's qualification route), who did not have a place in the Setanta Cup already, were Sligo Rovers ... that the organisers transferred Derry, who finished second in the league, into Shelbourne's empty slot, first in the league, for the purpose of official qualification and then accorded St Pat's ...
Louis Bookman
... to Ireland to play for Glentoran and then Shelbourne ... He won the County Antrim Shield with Glentoran and helped Shelbourne to a Leinster Cup and league win in 1918–19 ... He returned to Shelbourne the following year ...