Past Players


Wesley Hoolahan (Norwich City)

Wes HoolahanWesley Hoolahan was a member of the Norwich City side that won promotion to the Premier League in 2010/11. The Canaries, managed by Paul Lambert, finished in a comfortable mid table position in their fist season back in the Premier League in 2011/12. Wes has had an excellent season so far in the 20012/13 season under new manager Chris Houghton resulting in a call up to the Republic of Ireland squad where he received his second cap against Greece at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.




Stephen Kelly (Fulham FC)

imagesCA73MG6XDefender Stephen Kelly joined Spurs from Belvedere before transferring to Fulham. He then signed for Reading in January 2013. Stephen has been capped 20 times at full senior level for the Republic of Ireland and he became the first Belvo player to captain Ireland when he wore the arm-band against Uruguay in 2012. Stephen is from the Finglas area in Dublin.



Richie Foran (Inverness Caledonian Thistle)

Richie Fora 
Richie Foran the lionhearted won the FAI Youths Cup winners’ medal with Belvedere before going on to play for Shelbourne in the League of
Ireland. He was transferred to Carlisle in 2001 and then played for a number of clubs in England and Scotland before joining Inverness in the SPL, where he is the club captain. A regular goal-scoring striker, he played a number of times for Ireland’s U21 team. Richie is from the North Wall area of Dublin’s Inner City. 





 Mark Kennedy (Ipswich Town) 

Mark Kennedy 
Belvedere's veteran professional at 35, Mark Kennedy has been in England for almost 20 years, playing with Millwall, Liverpool, Cardiff and others before joining Ipswich Town where is now a coach, following his retirement from playing. He has been capped 34 times at full senior level for Ireland and is Belvo's most capped senior international.

Mark is from the Blanchardstown area in Dublin. He started his football life as a goalkeeper before converting to an attacker with Belvo. 



 Belvedere Players with British Professional Clubs in the 2012/13 season

Stephen Elliott : Coventry                                                                                                                      
Richie Foran : Inverness C T
Wesley Hoolahan: Norwich City
Kevin Dawson: Yeovil Town
Stephen Kelly : Reading
David Forde : Millwall
Tim Clancy : Hibernian
Stephen Henderson : Ipswich Town                                                                                                       
John McGrath : Burton Albion
Alan Sheahan : Notts County                                                                                                                
Cillian Sheridan : Kilmarnock
Keith Treacy : Burnley
Brendan Maloney : Notts Forest
Graham Burke : Aston Villa
Kealan Dillon : Hull City
Matt Doherty : Wolves
Adam Evans : Burnley
Jimmy Keohane : Exeter City
John O'Sullivan : Blackburn Rovers
Sean Kavanagh : Fulham
Neill Byrne : Rochdale
Darragh Lenihan : Blackburn Rovers

Paul Corry: Sheffield Wednesday

Kevin Feely: Charlton Athletic

Mark Hughes: Scunthorpe Utd

Danny Rogers: Aberdeen

Richie Ryan: Dundee United

Pierce Sweeney: Reading

Belvedere Players with League of Ireland Clubs in the 2012 season 

Bohemians FC
Craig Sexton
Lee Dixon
Stephen Traynor
Roberto Lopez
Michael Barker
Kevin Feely
Chris Forrester
Danny Joyce
David Lodola
Keith Buckley
Drogheda United
David Quirke
Alan McNally
Mark O'Brien
Sean Skelly
Colin O'Brien
Daniel Corcoran
Keith Ward
Mark Quigley
Ross Gaynor
Nathan Murphy
St Patrick's Athletic
Derek Pender
Anto Murphy
Sean Stewart
Neil Harney
Jake Carroll
Sligo Rovers
Richie Ryan

Shamrock Rovers

Conor Powell 
Michael Leahy
Chris Lyons
Darren Meehan
David O'Connor
Stephen Doyle
James Kavanagh
Tom O'Halloran

Hugh Douglas

Gary Burke

Paul Corry
First Division
Athlone Town
Stephen Relihant
Kevin Williamson
Roy King
Brian Gill
Robert Murphy
Limerick FC
Garvan Broughall
Longford Town
Niall O'Reilly
Austin Skelly
Monaghan United
Don Tierney
Shane Fitzgerald
Philip Byrne
Shelbourne FC
Kevin Dawson
Barry Clancy
Karl Bermingham
Ray Scully
Sean Byrne

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