Premier Division Ireland | 2024 Soccer Rankings

Premier Division 2024

PWDLGFGAFormPts
1Shelbourne
22
12
7
3
25
14
WWLWW
43
2Derry City
23
11
8
4
34
19
WWWDD
41
3Shamrock Rovers
21
8
7
6
30
22
LWLWL
31
4Waterford
21
9
4
8
30
25
LWLWW
31
5Galway United
20
8
6
6
17
13
WLLWW
30
6St Patrick's Athletic
23
7
6
10
24
27
WDLWD
27
7Sligo Rovers
21
6
7
8
21
27
LLWWD
25
8Bohemians 1905
19
7
3
9
21
23
LLDWL
24
9Dundalk
21
4
7
10
13
28
WLWDL
19
10Drogheda United
21
3
7
11
20
37
LDLLL
16

Premier Division Ireland

The League of Ireland Premier Division, also known as the SSE Airtricity League Premier Divison) is the highest-ranking football league system in both the Republic of Ireland (and League of Ireland). After the League of Irish Football was reorganized, the new league was created in 1985. Teams from SSE Airtricity, SSE Pronto are all invited to compete in the competition. The competition The Republic of Ireland created the league to offer a better-structured and competitive football league Northern Ireland.

The Premier Division has ten clubs, which are played three times each for a total 27 games. The division’s bottom team is sent to the First Division. The secondbottom team will play the winner of the promotion playoffs to ensure their place in Premier League for the next season. The competition is especially intense during the current season. Intensive, as Drogheda United has been promoted to Longford Town since the 2020 League of Ireland First Division. Shelbourne will be replaced by both teams in the next season.

The Premier League in Ireland is a professional soccer league. There are twenty clubs currently Register in the Premier Division. Each club must play at least three games in the league. The winner of the play-offs will play the team who finished last. The winner of the final round will be announced. Promotion play-offs will be promoted into the Premier League for next season. The following season, the Premier League will be promoted to the promotion play-offs. Two new teams, Drogheda United (2019 season) and Longford Town (2019 season), will be joining the division. The partnership will also include the Irish Daily Star.