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                                                                                         BREDA LIFT GEORGE WILSON CUP ! A fantastic afternoon at Seaview on Saturday 25th May saw Breda's reserves lift this prestigious trophy for the first time beating Crusaders Reserves 2-0. Breda had the better of the first half taking the lead through man of the match David Fearon. The young hosts piled on the pressure in the 2nd half coming close a number of times although Breda also missed good chances to seal the game before doing so in stoppage time when a shot from Fearon was parried by the keeper with Lee McGreevy hitting the rebound into the net from close range. Congratulations to Marty , Corey and all the players and staff for a great , successful Cup campaign. Special mention also for players Robbie McAnulty and Fra Rice who were both casualties on the day and a big thank you to Crusaders officials and all the medical personnel involved for their help with both players. All at the Club send best wishes to Robbie and Fra for a full and speedy recovery.
Knockbreda get the new campaign off to the perfect start with victory over Ballinamallard United at Ferney Park.
2019 - 2020 season
BetMcLean League Cup 2019/2020 First Round draw Ties to be played on Saturday, August 10 Knockbreda v Ballyclare Comrades (to be played at Dixon Park, Ballyclare) Loughgall v Banbridge Town H&W Welders v Armagh City (to be played at Holm Park, Armagh) PSNI v Queen's University
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Welcome to Knockbreda Football Club Knockbreda Football Club is an intermediate, Northern Irish football club playing in NIFL Championship 1. They hail from Belfast, Co. Antrim and play their home matches at Breda Park, on the Upper Braniel Road located in the east of the city. The club was formed after the Second World War, c. 1948. and played in the Irish Churches’ League before joining the Northern Amateur Football League in 1989.  Intermediate status was achieved on promotion to Division 1B in 1997. In 2009, the club was admitted to the IFA Championship.
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Breda Park,  31-35 Upper Braniel Road, Belfast, BT5 7TX
Breda Park,  31-35 Upper Braniel Road, Belfast, BT5 7TX