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Trivia

First player to score in Europe:
2 September 1965
Tony Curley v Dynamo Kiev,

First player to score in an away game in Europe:
18 September 1969
Tony Curley - v Jeunesse Esch (European Fairs' Cup Rd 1, L1)

First time to progress to next round in Europe:
1 October 1969

First Coleraine sub:
1 August 1966
Tommy Kinsella

Player with highest individual goal tally in a game:
27 April 1961
Terry Harkin (6 goals) v Derry City (Coleraine won 9-0)

Coleraine's highest goal tally in a game:
5 November 1932
v Portadown (H) (won 11-1)

Highest goals against:
12 February 1941
v Belfast Celtic (lost 1-11)

Biggest goal tally: 15
4 January 1947 - Coleraine 5-10 Linfield
24 December 1955 - Glenavon 9-6 Coleraine

First Game:
20 August 1927
vs Cliftonville (H)

Scorer of first goal for Coleraine:
Jimmy Kinsella

First European game:
2 September 1965
v Dynamo Kiev (H)

First Scottish Challenge Cup game:
8 September 2018
v Formartine United, 1-1 draw (Coleraine won 2-1 on pens)

First trophy success:
Gold Cup 1931/32
Ballymena 0-3 Coleraine

First Irish League win:
1973-74

First Irish League Division One win:
1995-96

First Irish Cup Final: 
10 April 1948
Linfield 3-0 Coleraine

First Irish Cup win:
20 April 1965
Coleraine 2-1 Glenavon

First Irish League Cup win:
28 November 1987
Coleraine 1-0 Portadown

First City Cup win:
14 November 1953
Coleraine 4-0 Ballymena United

First Ulster Cup win:
22 September 1965
Linfield 2-4 Coleraine

First Blaxnit Cup win:
13 May 1970 & 23 May 1970
Coleraine 4-3 Shamrock Rovers

First Irish News Cup win:
31 January 1996 & 13 February 1996
Coleraine 12-2 Omagh Town

First North-West Cup win:
7 May 1955
Coleraine 3-1 Derry City

First Top Four Cup win:
16 April 1969
Coleraine 1-0 Linfield

Record attendance:
15 September 1982
v Tottenham Hotspur  >10,000

Most expensive signing:
1995/96
Pat McAllister & David McCallan: approx £32,000 each

Biggest transfer from Coleraine:
Terry Cochrane - approx £250,00 in total, after add ons 
to Burnley in October 1976, then to Middlesborough in 1978

Greatest European success:
Eliminating Kilmarnock in 1970/71 European Fairs Cup
1-1 draw at Coleraine, 3-2 wuin in Kilmarnock (4-3 aggregate)

All time leading scorer:
Dessie Dickson (452 goals)

Most appearances:
Johnny McCurdy (660 apps)

Youngest player:
Jay Riley vs Moyola Park (10 September 2019)
14 years, 8 months, 18 days

Most senior N Ireland caps as Coleraine player:
Dessie Dickson and Felix Healy (4 each)

Most senior N Ireland caps for former Coleraine player:
Gareth McAuley (80)

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