Drumcondra is a suburb of north Dublin in Ireland and the post code is Dublin 9. The suburb shares boundaries with the other south Dublin suburbs of Glasnevin, Santry, Whitehall and the north Dublin city centre. The area was is famous as the birthplace of the former Taoiseach Bertie Ahearn. Former Irish football international and team manager, Eoin Hand is a resident of Drumcondra.
Focal points include the Royal Canal and the Tolka River which lends it's name to the famous Irish soccer club Tolka Rovers FC. There are three major catholic institutions in the are; All Hallows College, Mater Dei Institute of Education and St Patricks College of Education. Drumcondra was also the site of the FAI's temporary home, Croke Park, for Irish soccer while the redevelopment of the old Lansdowne Road (now Aviva Stadium) took place. Football clubs in Drumcondra are listed below.
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