1931 in Northern Ireland
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Events during the year 1931 in Northern Ireland.
- The Northern Ireland international soccer team change the colour of their shirt from blue to green.
- Irish League
- Winners: Glentoran
- 24 January – Charles Harding Smith, loyalist paramilitary
- 15 February – John Erritt, Deputy Director of the British Government Statistical Service (died 2002).
- 8 April – Paddie Bell, folk singer (died 2005).
- 9 April – Patrick Walsh, Bishop of Down & Connor (1991- ).
- 15 April – Sir Kenneth Bloomfield, head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service and member of the Northern Ireland Victims Commission and the Independent Commission for the Location of Victims' Remains.
- 25 April – James Fenton, Ulster Scots poet (died 2021).
- 15 June – Martin Smyth, Unionist politician and minister of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.
- 28 June – John Morrow, Presbyterian minister and peace activist (died 2009).
- 29 June – Brian Hutton, Baron Hutton, Law Lord.
- 4 July – Stephen Boyd, actor (died 1977).
- 5 August – Billy Bingham, footballer and football manager.
- 25 October – Jimmy McIlroy, international soccer player.
- 31 December – Bob Shaw, science fiction novelist (died 1996).
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