A Northern Irish side, Glentoran play in the IFA Premiership, the countries top divison, despite that they are only a semi-professional club and play their home games at Belfast's Oval. Founded in 1882, they traditionally play in green home shirts, worn with white shorts and socks.
The are popularly referred to as the Cock ‘n’ Hens or just The Glens, their club emblem is black, red and green with a white cockrel on it. Glentoran were the winners of one of the very first European competitions, prior to the advent of UEFA they won the Vienna Cup in 1914, when teams across Europe met in Austria, the competition itself was only played the once due to the First World War.
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Glentoran is a Northern Irish football club based in east Belfast [...]
Glentoran is a football club from Northern Ireland playing in the top division in the country, the IFA Premiership [...]
An interesting piece of trivia is that Glentoran are the side that famous Manchester United footballer George Best used to watch as a youth with his grandfather, he though was rejected by The Glens for being too small & light.
George did play for them in their centenary match in 1982, when he made an appearance against his former side United.