Glentoran F.C. is a Northern Irish football club based in Belfast. The club were founded in 1882 and play in the Irish Premier League. The club colours are green, red, and black, and they play their home games at The Oval.
Glentoran's main rivals are Linfield F.C. Linfield and Glentoran are nicknamed Belfast's Big Two, as they have traditionally dominated local football in Northern Ireland since the demise of Belfast Celtic. The two play a league match on Boxing Day each year, which regularly attracts the largest attendance of the Irish League season.
Many former Glentoran players have gone on to play for teams in England and Scotland, such as Danny Blanchflower, Peter Doherty, Bertie Peacock, Billy Bingham, Jimmy McIlroy, Terry Conroy, Tommy Jackson and Tommy Cassidy. More recent examples are Glen Little, Stuart Elliott, Andy Kirk and Andy Smith, with Elliot a member of the Northern Ireland squad.
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Last Six Results
Glentoran scores first