Cliftonville FC has the most extenstive history of any Football Club in Ireland and, as we endeavour to provide the most in-depth representation of the last 130+ years as possible, we will carry weekly updates chronicling the many events - both essential and comparatively insignificant - which have helped shape the Club we know and love today.
1886 The Reds beat Clifton Park 1-0 in a home Charity Cup tie.
1894 Cliftonville win the Charity Cup by beating Ligoneil 3-2.
1885 Cliftonville suffer a 1-0 defeat to Oldpark in the Charity Cup Final.
1995 The Reds lose 3-0 on penalties following a 0-0 draw with Ards in the League Cup Final.
1884 Wellington Park are beaten 7- 0 in Cliftonville's first ever Charity Cup fixture.
2002 Portadown provide the opposition for Laurence Stitt's last game as Manager.
1906 Cliftonville and Preston North End draw 3-3 in a Solitude friendly.
1923 The Reds lift the Gold Cup following a 2-0 home win over Glentoran.
1942 The Reds' first ever Inter City Cup game sees Bohemians win 4-1 in Dublin.