Cork Athletic F.C.

Cork Athletic F.C.

Cork Athletic F.C.

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Cork Athletic Football Club is a former Irish football club based in Cork. They played in the League of Ireland between 1948 and 1957. They were the successor club of Fordsons F.C., Cork F.C., Cork City and Cork United. When United quit the league in 1948, they instantly reformed as Cork Athletic . Athletic won the league in 1950 and only lost the cup final against Transport after two replays. The following year they won a league and FAI Cup double after beating Shelbourne in a replay to win the cup. In 1953 they won the first all-Cork FAI Cup final, beating Evergreen United 2-1. Athletic also began the Cork tradition of fielding veteran English League players by recruiting Sunderland legend Raich Carter. The club eventually folded in 1957, due to financial problems. They were...
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