The oldest football club in Ireland, Cliftonville FC was formed in 1879.
Located in North Belfast, the club's ground has the unique name of 'Solitude'.
The club crest focuses on the Irish Shamrock, which St. Patrick (the Patron Saint of Ireland) used to represent Holy Trinity.
Cliftonville FC - also known as 'The Reds' - wears red as it's primary home colour. The crest shown here is that used on white backgrounds, while on the home (red) team shirts, the colours are altered so that the circular borders and team name text are displayed in white.
Thanks to David Begley, Director - Marketing & Media at Cliftonville FC, for the above crest and information.