Coleraine FC, Coleraine, United Kingdom. Gefällt Mal. The Official Facebook page of Coleraine FC. Der Coleraine FC ist ein nordirischer Fußballclub, der in der NIFL Premiership spielt. Der Club wurde gegründet und trägt seine Heimspiele im Zuschauer fassenden Stadion The Showgrounds in Coleraine aus. Die Vereinsfarben sind blau und. Coleraine FC Herren. Coleraine FC. vollst. Name: Coleraine Football Club; Spitzname: The Bannsiders; Stadt: Coleraine; Land: Nordirland; Farben: blau-weiß.
Coleraine FCColeraine FC Herren. Coleraine FC. vollst. Name: Coleraine Football Club; Spitzname: The Bannsiders; Stadt: Coleraine; Land: Nordirland; Farben: blau-weiß. Coleraine FC, Fußballverein aus Nordirland. Diese Tabelle zeigt an, wo (heim/auswärts), gegen wen, an welchen Spieltagen und mit welchem Resultat der Verein Coleraine in der Saison Overall statistics.
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Kane 23 years old 8 0. Mullan 25 years old 0 0. Canning 28 years old 0 0. Douglas 43 years old 4 0. Wilson 22 years old 4 0.
McConaghie 32 years old 5 0. O'Donnell 28 years old 8 1. Traynor 30 years old 2 0. Beverland 30 years old 0 0. Riley 15 years old 0 0.
McLean 19 years old 0 0. Nevin 17 years old 0 0. Jarvis 23 years old 3 0. Doherty 23 years old 8 5. Lowry 34 years old 8 0.
Carson 27 years old 7 0. Ireland - Premiership statistics. Below you find a lot of statistics for this team.
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Predictions Notifications. Notifications new. There is no new notifications. Ireland Premiership Coleraine. Coleraine Stats. In , it took three games before a goal from Jim "Chang" Smith in the second replay proved decisive.
It was to be the club's last major trophy for 26 years. In the s there were two more cup finals, in and , ending in defeats to Linfield and Glentoran respectively.
For three seasons in a row in the mids the club finished second in the league behind Linfield, but in the first part of the s Coleraine struggled.
In they dropped into the First Division. Under Kenny Shiels , Coleraine won the inaugural First Division title and in its first season back in the top flight, won the Ulster Cup and came agonisingly close to the title, being pipped late on by Crusaders.
After a poor start to the —00 season, Shiels resigned and was replaced by Marty Quinn, who rallied the team to finish second in the league behind Linfield and reach the Irish Cup semi-finals and the Coca-Cola Cup final.
The next 2 seasons saw Coleraine finish fourth both times — potential title challenges being ruined by inconsistency. In —03, Coleraine ended the season in third place and reached their first Irish Cup Final since In the final, they faced Glentoran as massive underdogs as the east Belfast side were looking to complete a clean sweep of trophies.
Despite increasing Glentoran pressure, Coleraine held on and the trophy famine was over. The following season saw the club reach the Irish Cup final again, but this time it was Glentoran who emerged triumphant.
The club's well-publicised financial problems had already overshadowed much of the —04 season despite a substantial donation from Cold Feet actor and Coleraine fan James Nesbitt and at its end the club was forced to operate on a reduced budget, with several top players leaving.
Despite this a top six finish was still achieved. The summer of saw more budget cuts and several big names leaving the Showgrounds, but this time the main concern for fans was the very future of the club.
The Friends of Coleraine, worked tirelessly to persuade the High Court to postpone the hearing to allow them to put together a business plan to show that the club could be viably run.
The club were liquidated on 9 August after they were allowed to enter administration, and a steering committee was set up to run the new club Coleraine FC Ltd.
The club were incredibly allowed to stay in the Premier League and survival was ensured on the pitch, the Friends of Coleraine formally took control of the club and appointed a new board.
In the club reached the Irish Cup final, but lost 2—1 to Linfield. Manager Marty Quinn resigned after that game and his successor, former assistant David Platt, led Coleraine to a fifth-place finish in his first season in charge.
They also lost out to Linfield in the semi-finals of the Irish Cup. Despite possessing the two top goalscorers in the league, including 41 goal Rory Patterson , Coleraine could only finish the season in seventh.
Despite the arrival of much-travelled English striker Leon Knight , inconsistent form throughout the first half of the —11 season resulted in manager David Platt being sacked at the start of February.
His replacement, Oran Kearney revitalised a struggling team and they climbed the table rapidly, again ending up seventh.
An overhaul of the squad over the summer saw Kearney put his mark on the club and the improvement shown in his first four months in charge then continued, with Coleraine performing well in the league and reaching the final of the IRN-BRU League Cup.
In —13 Coleraine finished the season in 6th place after making the split five games previously. In the —16 season, after many average seasons, the Bannsiders hit title winning form, going on a winning run with it being halted after a while by Linfield.
They started to fall away after that result, being knocked out of the Irish Cup by 3—1 by Portadown and finished in 5th place and lost the Europa League Play-off by 2—1 to Glentoran.
The — was a fairly good one for the Bannsiders with them currently sitting an impressive 3rd in the table and they also booked their place in the Irish Cup Final by beating Glenavon 2—1 to reach their first final in nine years, where they lost 3—0 to the double winners Linfield.
They started their pre-season off well by beating Bangor City 3—1. They were then defeated in the Europa League first round qualifier by Haugesund from Norway.