Linfield F.C. are a football club playing in the Irish Premier League in Northern Ireland. They were founded in March 1886 in Belfast. Linfield have in the past been regarded as a Protestant club and still draw the vast majority of their support from one side of the community.
Linfield FC are a semi-professional football club based in Northern Ireland and they play their home games wearing blue home shirts. Linfield have won the League title a record 51 times since the 1890–91 season, when they became the first ever champions of the League.
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Linfield is a football club from Northern Ireland playing in the top division, the NIFL Premiership [...]
The club has the biggest fan base of any Irish League side. They have won the Irish Premiership title 47 times and the Irish cup a record 37 times. Their most notable achievement in European competition was reaching the quarter-finals of the European Cup in 1967. They faced CSKA Sofia in the final eight. This resulted in a 2-2 draw at home and 1-0 defeat away.
They play their home games at Windsor Park which is also the home of the Northern Ireland national football team and Irish Cup Finals. the stadium was built in 1905 and currently holds 20,332 spectators however For Linfield home games, only the main stand and Kop stands are opened. The north stand is usually given to away supporters when a bigger crowd is expected.