Inaugurated in 1881, the Irish Cup is the world's fourth-oldest national cup competition. Over 120 teams compete to win this coveted trophy. Again, Linfield have won the most over the years though Coleraine are the 2017-18 holders.
If you want to catch the action, get yourself to one of these four Belfast venues (check local press for match details).
Cliftonville - Solitude (F-1), Cliftonville Road, North Belfast. Tel. 9075 4628, www.cliftonvillefc.net.
Crusaders - Seaview (F-1), Shore Road, North Belfast. Tel. 9037 0777, www.crusadersfc.com.
Linfield - Windsor Park (A-5), South Belfast. Tel. 9024 4198, www.linfieldfc.com.
Glentoran - The Oval (G-2), Parkgate Drive, East Belfast. Tel. 9045 6137, www.glentoran.net.
Seaview Stadium, St Vincent St, Shore Rd
Irish Football Association & Windsor Park
The National Stadium at Windsor Park, Donegall Ave
London has Wembley, Rio has the Maracana and Belfast has the National Stadium at Windsor Park. Owned by local team Linfield FC and leased for national games, this recently rebuilt 18,500-seater stadium rises up amid rows of terraced houses on South Belfa