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With Dundalk pushing for the equaliser that would have taken the tie to extra-time, Legia scored on the break, and won the tie 3–1 on aggregate. [133] As a result, Dundalk qualified for the group stage of the Europa League. A draw with AZ Alkmaar in the Netherlands, [134] followed by a victory over Maccabi Tel Aviv in Tallaght Stadium, were the first points earned by an Irish club in the group stage of European competition.

They failed to pick up any points and finished bottom of the group. [153] In the FAI Cup, they had an 11–0 semi-final victory over Athlone Town—setting a new record for the biggest win in the competition's history, which was also a new club record victory. [154] They followed that with a 4–2 extra-time victory over Shamrock Rovers, with David McMillan scoring a hat-trick, to win the Cup for the twelfth time and qualify for Europe for the 25th time.

[30] The investment paid off when the City Cup was won for a third time at the start of the new season by topping its new league format unbeaten, [31] while the club's second FAI Cup was won with victory over Shelbourne in the 1949 final. [32] But the new team fell short in both the Shield and the League and, despite the cup double and improved gate receipts, the additional income was not enough to cover the increase in costs. [33] Struggles and recovery (1950–1964)[edit] The attempt to maintain a full-time squad had not paid off and the 1949 cup-winning team was broken up. A surplus from transfer dealings prevented a more serious financial crisis arising, [34] and despite the turnover in players, Dundalk won the Leinster Senior Cup for the first time in 1950–51.

[181] An all-red away kit was worn against Tottenham Hotspur in 1981 but otherwise official away colours were not required again until the 1990–91 season, when all-red was again adopted. Since then, away kits have usually been based on red or black. [182] The club has twice introduced away colours that pay homage to its G. roots—in 2016 and again in 2021.

The clubs played an annual friendly from 1966 to 1984—the Donegan Cup, [214] presented by former Louth TD Paddy Donegan. Apart from one attempt to revive the contest in 1990, [215] it was dropped as the two clubs could not find suitable dates for it during the season after the split of the League of Ireland into two divisions. The friendly was reintroduced as a pre-season match in 1997 with a new trophy—the Jim Malone Cup, in honour of three-time chairman of the board, the late Jim Malone.

30 July 1938. p. 5. Retrieved 31 July 2023 – via British Newspaper Archive. ^ a b "New Limited Companies". 2 February 1932. Retrieved 25 May 2019 – via Irish Newspaper Archives. ^ a b Murphy 2003, p. 240. ^ "Dundalk Win Championship at Dalymount Park". 11 December 1932. Retrieved 22 April 2019 – via Irish Newspaper Archives.

[258] Several players have won five league titles—Martin Lawlor being the first to reach the mark. [259] Patrick Hoban is the club's leading goalscorer in all competitions. Five other players—Joey Donnelly, Eddie Carroll, Joe Martin, Jimmy Hasty, and Paddy Turner—have also scored 100 goals or more. [260] Hoban broke Donnelly's club record for league goals during the 2019 season and subsequently became the first Dundalk player to score 100 league goals for the club during the 2022 season.


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