With a heavy heart, we can confirm that after seven seasons and 210 shows, we've decided to pull the shutters down on The Social Club.
Since 2011, we have covered all aspects of Northern Irish football, from the Steel & Sons Cup to the Europea
In last TSC of the 2017/18 season Michael, Conor and Keith discuss the national anthem debate, Coleraine's magnificent cup win, Newry's stunning promotion, The Big Two's European nightmare, the NI Football Awards and Northern Ireland's tour of
Hail the champions, Crusaders have won their third title in four years. The Social Club reflect on a dramatic day of action as Stephen Baxter's men pip Coleraine to the Gibson Cup while Ballinamallard United dropped into the Championship.
It's going down to the wire. Coleraine and Crusaders will go into the final day of the season level on points. Keith Bailie and Stephen Looney look forward to the big day and reflect on last Saturday's games at Windsor Park and Seaview.
Nevermind the Big Two, this season it's all about the Best Two.
Keith Bailie and Conor McLaughlin are in the studio to discuss the title race between Coleraine and Cliftonville, the relegation battle between Ballinamallard United and Carrick R
Working on the premise that Ballymena United will surely do a very Ballymena United-esque thing by failing to beat Ballinamallard in a game played just after recording, Conor McLaughlin, Stephen Looney and Matthew Tipton get your latest instalm
In this week's edition of The Social Club, Stephen Looney and Mark McIntosh debate Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill's comments on player eligibility. Recently, O'Neill criticised the FAI for approaching players in the IFA system.
In Two Men, One Match our dynamic duo discuss Loughgall's incredible Irish Cup win over Glenavon. We also preview this weekend's fixtures, discuss Matthew Tipton's move to Portadown and reflect on the lives of Madge Hunter, Fred Jardine and Art
It's sacking season in the Irish League. The Social Club take a look at the events at The Oval and Shamrock Park as Gary Haveron and Niall Currie lose their jobs.
Elsewhere, Keith and Conor debate the standard of refereeing while Laure guides u
It's 200 not out for The Social Club.
In the 200th edition of the Laure, Conor and Keith celebrate Dungannon Swifts' incredible Bet McLean League Cup success, while also reflecting on Crusaders' Irn-Bru Cup run, Gary Haveron's future at The Ov
Keith Bailie and Stephen Looney preview this Saturday's Bet McLean League Cup final as Ballymena United play Dungannon Swifts at Windsor Park.
We also look ahead to this weekend's Danske Bank Premiership games and Crusaders' trip to Inverness.
Keith, Mark and Conor are in the studio to discuss Saturday's Irish Cup ties, as a Joe Gormley spot caused a stir at Solitude.
The panel also take a trip round Championship corner, preview this Saturday's Irish League games and discuss the int
Michael O'Neill has rejected a move to Scotland. Keith, Conor and Mark reflect on the news and preview Wednesday's Nations League draw.
The panel also review a stunning 3-3 draw between Coleraine and Crusaders and preview this weekend's six fi
Will Michael O'Neill leave Northern Ireland for Scotland? The Social Club discuss O'Neill's managerial future as he prepares to hold talks with the SFA.
Elsewhere, we preview this weekend's six Danske Bank Premiership fixtures as Coleraine pre
For the first TSC of 2018, Keith and Laure review each Premiership club's festive period in our annual Good Christmas/Bad Christmas feature.
Keith also speaks to BetMcLean Player of the Month Gavin Whtye, while the panel preview this weekend's
It's time for The Social Club's Christmas special, as Laure, Conor and Keith look back on 2017.
The panel give their thoughts on the Irish Cup draw, preview the hectic festival schedule, dust off the Transfer Tabernacle and look at the annual
In this week's edition of The Social Club, Keith Bailie and Mark McIntosh dust off the Transfer Tabernacle and ask if it's time to change the Irish League's fixture list.
We also discuss Institute's ground situation and ask what the future hol
Glenavon boss Gary Hamilton believes that referees from outside Northern Ireland should be recruited for important Irish League games. Is he right?
The Social Club discuss this hot topic, plus Glentoran and Portadown's recent fortunes in this
On this week's edition of The Social Club we discuss Michael O'Neill's future, with Northern Ireland manager heavily linked with both the vacant roles at West Brom and Scotland.
On the domestic front, we look at the recent furore over Mark Sta
Northern Ireland have failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
Keith Bailie and Conor McLaughlin are in the studio, while Mark McIntosh calls in from Basel, to discuss Northern Ireland's narrow Play-Off defeat at the hands of Switzerland.
THE PLAY-OFFS ARE HERE.
In this very special edition of The Social Club we preview Thursday night's World Cup Play-Off at Windsor Park between Northern Ireland and Switzerland.
Keith Bailie and Mark McIntosh discuss the tactics, the team sel
Carrick Rangers manager David McAlinden joins Keith and Stephen to discuss his club's start to the season. The panel also look forward to this weekend's game as Glenavon and Coleraine and look at look at Michael O'Neill's squad for Northern Ire
The Social Club are back in the studio after a short break to discuss the form of Irish League leaders Coleraine, Glenavon's climb up the table, the Crusaders documentary Keeping The Faith and Northern Ireland's World Cup Play-Off draw with Swi
Warrenpoint Town manager Matthew Tipton joins the panel as they look forward to a massive week of international football as Northern Ireland prepare to host World Champions Germany before travelling to Oslo to play Norway.
The panel also look
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