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1987–88 League of Ireland

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1987–88 League of Ireland

Statistics of League of Ireland in the 1987/1988 season.

Overview

The Premier Division was contested by 12 teams and Dundalk F.C. won the championship.

The First Division was contested by 10 teams and Athlone Town A.F.C. won the division.

Premier Division

Pos Club Pts W D L GF GA GD
1 Dundalk F.C. 46 19 8 6 54 32 +22
2 St Patrick's Athletic F.C. 45 18 9 6 52 25 +27
3 Bohemian F.C. 45 17 11 5 57 32 +25
4 Shamrock Rovers F.C. 41 16 9 8 53 30 +23
5 Galway United F.C. 40 15 10 8 48 34 +14
6 Waterford United F.C. 34 10 14 9 40 31 +9
7 Cork City F.C. 34 12 10 11 41 47 -7
8 Derry City F.C. 31 13 5 15 59 44 +15
9 Limerick City F.C. 25 9 7 17 33 60 -27
10 Shelbourne F.C. 24 8 8 17 27 65 -38
11 Bray Wanderers A.F.C. 18 4 10 19 27 65 -38 Relegated
12 Sligo Rovers F.C. 13 4 5 24 30 81 -51 Relegated

First Division

Pos Club Pts W D L GF GA GD
1 Athlone Town A.F.C. 39 19 1 7 42 22 +20 Promoted
2 Cobh Ramblers F.C. 38 17 4 6 41 24 +17 Promoted
3 Finn Harps F.C. 33 13 7 7 45 33 +12
4 Home Farm F.C. 29 12 5 10 50 42 +8
5 University College Dublin A.F.C. 25 9 7 11 37 36 +1
6 Drogheda United F.C. 24 12 0 15 38 48 -10
7 Longford Town F.C. 23 8 7 12 23 35 -12
8 Monaghan United F.C. 21 7 7 13 34 43 -9
9 Newcastlewest F.C. 19 7 5 15 36 42 -6
10 E.M.F.A. 19 7 5 15 34 55 -21

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