Maiden City F.C.

Maiden City Football Club is an intermediate football club based in Derry, Northern Ireland, playing in the Northern Ireland Intermediate League. Formerly only a youth football academy, the club was formed in 2016 as a pathway to senior football for players coming through their already prestigious academy. Emphasis at the club is still put on the youth academy and progression of young players, many of whom have progressed into professional football.[1]

Maiden City
Full nameMaiden City Football Club
GroundSwilly Stadium
ManagerColm Cassidy
LeagueNorthern Ireland Intermediate League

In the 2017/18 season, Maiden City won the Craig Memorial Cup, beating Portstewart 2-1 in the final.

The club participates in the Irish Cup,[2] and have reached the fifth round of the 2018 competition, where they were away to Crusaders. They also played in the 3rd round of the Irish Cup against Tullycarnet FC in 2019 and where defeated 3-2.

HonoursEdit

Intermediate honoursEdit

  • Intermediate League Cup: 1
    • 2017–18

External linksEdit

  • nifootball.co.uk - (For fixtures, results and tables of all Northern Ireland amateur football leagues)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ McLaughlin, Kevin (5 July 2016). "FOOTBALL: Maiden City Soccer Academy launch new adult teams". Londonderry Sentinel. Retrieved 1 March 2020.
  2. ^ Irish Cup 2013-14 Archived 2013-09-26 at the Wayback Machine