Finals (Single Game)
|2006||Drogheda United||1||Cork City||0|
|2007||Drogheda United||1 (4p)||Linfield||1 (3p)|
|2009||Bohemians||1||St. Patrick’s Athletic||0|
|2012||Crusaders||2 (5p)||Derry City||2 (4p)|
|2013||Shamrock Rovers||7||Drogheda United||1|
Shamrock Rovers and Drogheda United both won the Setanta Cup twice from 2005 to 2014, when it became the latest and perhaps greatest All-Ireland Soccer Cup. Other winners of the Cup were Cork City, Bohemians and Sligo Rovers for the FAI and Linfield and Crusaders for the IFA.
 Logopedia (2020) Football_Association_of_Ireland [Internet] Available from: https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/logopedia/images/a/a9/Football_Association_of_Ireland.svg/revision/latest/scale-to-width-down/200?cb=20130403155354 [Accessed 1 October 2020]
 Wikipedia (2020) 1200px-Irish_Football_Association_logo.svg [Internet] Available from: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/2/25/Irish_Football_Association_logo.svg/1200px-Irish_Football_Association_logo.svg.png [Accessed 1 October 2020]
 Joanne Harkness (2020) “North/South Roll of Honour” Malcolm Brodie Northern Ireland Soccer Yearbook 19/20 pg. 68-69.
Thanks to Jason Caldwell, Alan McCormack, Paul Nolan, Andrew McGovern, Colm Murray, Niall Brennan.
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