IRISH CUP FINAL: Coleraine launch special Cup final kit

Coleraine FC WILL BE wearing their traditional blue and white colours when they take on Linfield in the Irish Cup final on May 6th.

Darren McCauley will make his 100th appearance for Coleraine against Crusaders tonight.  Photograph by Stephen Hamilton/Presseye

Darren has Europe on his mind

Darren McCauley says he and his Coleraine team-mates are determined to secure European football for the club and the town.

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Coleraine's Darren McCauley celebrates his goal.

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Coleraine edge one step closer

Oran Kearney admitted he was frustrated his Coleraine side didn’t kill off Glenavon when they had the chance on Saturday.

Glenavon's Jordan Jenkins and Coleraine's David Kee.   Mandatory Credit Photo Lorcan Doherty /

IRISH LEAGUE: Draw specialists Glenavon finish with honours even against Coleraine

It was a case of déjà vu for Gary Hamilton and his Glenavon side when they took on Coleraine on Saturday.

Oran Kearney's side will play Linfiedl on May 6th.  Photo Alan Weir/Pacemaker Press

IRISH CUP FINAL: Tickets on sale from Wednesday morning

The Irish Football Association have confirmed to Coleraine FC that tickets for the Irish Cup final on Saturday 6th May, will go on general sale via the Ticketmaster website at 10am this Wednesday, April 12th.

Coleraine celebrate Darren McCauley's second goal against Cliftonville. Photo Mark Marlow/Pacemaker Press

Kearney delighted as Coleraine march on

Oran Kearney knew his Coleraine side would be in for a tough afternoon against Cliftonville on Saturday.

Coleraine 'keeper Chris Johns. Lorcan Doherty /

Chris shows he’s a safe pair of hands

Coleraine’s future looks to be in safe hands with Chris Johns.

Oran Kearney. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH CUP: Coleraine boss out to make it a day to remember

It is all or nothing now for Coleraine FC as they bid to reach their first Irish Cup final in almost a decade.

Coleraine boss Oran Kearney says his young stars have a great future ahead of them. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye

Coleraine’s young stars ready for next step

Oran Kearney has no doubt his young charges will rise to the occasion when they line out against Glenavon later this evening.

Crusaders boss Stephen Baxter pictured during Saturday's game at the Coleraine showgrounds.
Photo Mark Marlow/Pacemaker Press

Crues talk it out as title race heats up

Stephen Baxter and his Crusaders team had a long chat after Saturday’s defeat at Coleraine.

Mon of the Match Steve Davis wraps his arms around Jamie Ward, who struck on two minutes to make it 1-0. 
Picture by Jonathan Porter/

OPINION: With our Captain Fantastic, anything is possible for Northern Ireland

As Portugal showed in France last summer, it doesn’t take a great deal of quality to succeed in international football.

Eoin Bradley celebrates after put Coleraine 1-0 up against Ballymena United. 
Photo by Stephen Hamilton / Press Ey

IRISH LEAGUE: Big games keep on coming for Coleraine

Coleraine are facing potentially eight cup finals as they bid to make it a very memorable climax to a season.

Ballymena's Joe McKinney is tackled by Coleraine's Brad Lyons. Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye

IRISH LEAGUE: Honours even between Ballymena and Coleraine

Ballymena United and Coleraine had to make do with a share of the spoils in a tense encounter at The Showgrounds.

Danske Bank Premiership, 18th March 2017.
Glenavon v Coleraine.
Coleraine's Jamie McGonigle
celebrates after scoring to make it 1-1
during Saturday's match at Mourneview Park


IRISH LEAGUE: Coleraine striker is fired up for derby clash

In-form striker Jamie McGonigle says Coleraine are determined to lay down another marker when they travel to Ballymena United tonight (Tuesday).

Oran Kearney wants his teams to maintain their focus. Photo Mark Marlow/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: It’s one game at a time says Coleraine boss

It may be a worn out cliché, but Coleraine boss Oran Kearney is determined to make sure his side take it one game at a time.

How many did you get right?

Quiz: can you identify these European football clubs by their nicknames?

Nicknames are either funny, confusing or sometimes downright nonsensical. Football clubs are no different.

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Coleraine's Mark Edgar and Glentoran's Stephen McAlorum.

Mandatory Credit Photo Lorcan Doherty /

It’s no time to be feeling sorry for ourselves says Glens boss

Gary Haveron says there’s no point in his Glentoran players feeling sorry for themselves as they bid to turn around what has become a depressing slump in form.

Mark Edgar is hoping for a big end to the season.

Coleraine fully focused

Confidence is high at Coleraine and rightly so with nine wins and one draw in their last ten games.

BT Sport have bought the rights to show live Champions League games.

No more Champions League on terrestrial TV following £1.2bn BT deal

The Champions League is set to vanish from terrestrial TV following BT Sport’s £1.2bn deal for the rights to show Europe’s top football competition.

Stephen Garrett, Sara Booth, Michael O'Neill, and Pat Jennings at the launch.

Photo by Philip Magowan / PressEye

IN PICTURES: Pat Jennings and Michael O’Neill open IFA’s new heritage centre

The Irish Football Association’s new Education and Heritage Centre was officially opened yesterday.

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