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Finn Harps FC

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Established
1654 (368 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Finn Park
(4,200 Capacity)

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Location
Ballybofey, County Donegal

Nicknames
Harps, Finndus Crispy Pancakes, Finnie Bhoys, Blue and white army, White and Blue Army.

Competitions
Irish Premier Division

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Upcoming Events
19 Aug 22 Finn Harps  -  Sligo
02 Sep 22 St Patricks  -  Finn Harps
09 Sep 22 Shamrock  -  Finn Harps
29 Sep 22 Finn Harps  -  Bohemians
30 Sep 22 Finn Harps  -  Shelbourne FC

Latest Results
12 Aug 22 UCD  2 - 1  Finn Harps
05 Aug 22 Finn Harps  3 - 0  Drogheda
22 Jul 22 Dundalk  3 - 0  Finn Harps
17 Jul 22 Finn Harps  1 - 2  Derry City
08 Jul 22 Shelbourne FC  3 - 1  Finn Harps

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Finn Harps Football Club (Irish: Cumann Peile Chláirsigh na Finne) are an Irish football club that play in the Premier Division of the League of Ireland, as of 2019. The club was founded in 1954 and elected to the league in 1969. They hail from Ballybofey, County Donegal and play their home matches at Finn Park. The club's colours are blue and white, and they go by the nickname Harps. The main successes of the club include winning an FAI Cup in 1973–74 and the First Division title in 2004. They also contested the 1999 FAI Cup Final(s), a second replay of which ended in a narrow defeat, the first replay having been lost to a draw with 30 seconds left to play.

Finn Harps share a local rivalry with Derry City with whom they contest the Northwest Derby.

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Finn Park (Irish: Páirc na Finne) is a football stadium in Ballybofey, Ireland. The home ground of League of Ireland team Finn Harps, it has a capacity of 6,000 with 400 seats.

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