The Irish soccer split

by Cormac Moore | 01 September 2015
Hardback
Category: General Sport
The Irish Football Association (IFA) was founded in Belfast in 1880. It was the governing body for soccer for the whole of the island of Ireland. Soccer in Ireland was united for over forty years. It was, though, an uneasy alliance. Divisions in the sport reached a climax after the First World War, culminating in the split of 1921.
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The Irish Football Association (IFA) was founded in Belfast in 1880. It was the governing body for soccer for the whole of the island of Ireland. Soccer in Ireland was united for over forty years. It was, though, an uneasy alliance. Divisions in the sport reached a climax after the First World War, culminating in the split of 1921.
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The Irish Football Association (IFA) was founded in Belfast in 1880. It was the governing body for soccer for the whole of the island of Ireland. Soccer in Ireland was united for over forty years. It was, though, an uneasy alliance. Divisions in the sport reached a climax after the First World War, culminating in the split of 1921.

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The Irish soccer split

ISBN9781782051527

FormatHardback

Publisher (01 September. 2015)

No. of Pages0

Weight756

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 234 x 156 x 33