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.
1926 Frank Mortished becomes the first ever Cliftonville player to score a hat-trick in a Final as the County Antrim Shield is secured with a 5-1 defeat of Glentoran.
2011 The Reds overcome St Patrick's Athletic 3-0 in a Setanta Sports Cup First Round First Leg tie.
1923 Cliftonville lose 2-1 to Glentoran in a County Antrim Shield Semi Final TReplay.
1997 The Reds eliminate RUC from the Irish Cup with a 3-0 win in a Quarter Final clash played at Windsor Park.
1895 Cliftonville are beaten 2-1 by Distillery in a County Antrim Shield Semi Final match.
1894 The Reds lose 2-1 to Stoke City in a friendly played at Solitude.
1997 Cliftonville lift the County Antrim Shield with a penalty shoot-out victory over Ballymena United.
1888 The Reds defeat Blackburn Rovers 2-1 in a Solitude friendly.
2008 Cliftonville's first ever Setanta Cup fixture ends in a 3-2 defeat at Drogheda United.
1910 The Reds are beaten 3-1 by Glentoran in a County Antrim Shield Semi Final clash.