The Rebel Army face into First Division football for the first time this season, after finishing 10th, ensuring their worst league placing in 35 campaigns. It’s a far cry from the heady days of Premier Division silverware in 2017, towards the end of a five-year spell which saw City inside the top-two from 2014-18.
Off-field matters haven’t been totally rosy either. Last October, the supporters’ trust back a motion to sell the club to Trevor Hemmings, owner of Preston North End. However just two months later the sale fell through, as agreement could not be reached with the Munster F.A. for the use of Turner’s Cross.
Cork City Men's Squad
Cork City Women's Squad
Substitute Megan Smyth-Lynch was the hero as Shelbourne were 2-1 winners over a competitive Cork City at Tolka Park.(more…)
Galway delayed the Cork celebrations after coming from a goal behind to win 2-1 in Eamonn Deacy park.(more…)
Ciara Rossiter and Ellen Molloy's second-half goals helped title-chasing Wexford Youths recover from an early deficit, temporarily going top of the WNL after a 5-1 win over Cork City.(more…)
WNL title-chasing Wexford Youths will expect nothing less than to extend their six-match winning streak, when they entertain second bottom Cork City in tonight's 6pm kick-off from Ferrycarrig Park.(more…)
Ruairi Keating netted a 94th-minute penalty to see Cork City record a 2-1 Munster Derby victory over 10-man Waterford at a packed RSC this evening.(more…)