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Transport F.C. were a football club in Ireland who played in the League of Ireland for fourteen seasons from 1948/49 to 1961/62.

During their time in the League of Ireland, Transport played their home matches for the first three seasons in the Carlisle Grounds in Bray, Co. Wicklow and the remaining eleven seasons in Harold's Cross Stadium in Dublin.

Transport's once won the FAI Cup in 1950, beating Cork Athletic 3-1 after two 2-2 draws.

After leaving the league, Transport won the FAI Intermediate Cup trophy in 1964, 1966, and 1974.

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Honours

Flag of Ireland.svg League of Ireland: 0

  • highest finish 5th (1948/49 & 1956/57)

Flag of Ireland.svg FAI Cup: 1

  • 1950

Flag of Ireland.svg FAI Intermediate Cup: 3

  • 1964, 1966, 1974

Records

Results

Goals / Scorers

  • Top League Scorer (season): 15, Johnny McGeehan (1957/58).
  • Top League Scorer (total): 30, Bernie Lester (1948-53).

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