|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||01/28 19:45||26||Newry City vs Dundela||-||View|
|Copa de Irlanda del Norte||02/05 15:00||8||Newry City vs Dundela||-||View|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||02/11 20:00||27||Dergview FC vs Newry City||-||View|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||02/19 15:00||28||Newry City vs Knockbreda||-||View|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||02/26 15:00||29||Newry City vs Annagh United||-||View|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||03/05 15:00||30||Loughgall vs Newry City||-||View|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||01/22 15:00||25||Ballinamallard Utd v Newry City||W||0-2|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||01/14 19:45||24|| Newry City v HW Welders ||L||1-2|
|Copa de Irlanda del Norte||01/08 15:00||7||Warrenpoint Town v Newry City||W||1-2|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||01/01 15:00||23||Institute v Newry City||D||0-0|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||12/27 15:00||22|| Newry City v Ballyclare Comrades ||L||0-1|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||12/18 14:00||21||Queens University v Newry City||W||0-1|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||12/11 15:00||20||Loughgall v Newry City||W||1-3|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||12/03 19:45||19|| Newry City v Annagh United ||W||2-0|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||11/26 19:45||18||Dundela v Newry City||D||2-2|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||11/20 14:00||17||Knockbreda v Newry City||W||0-2|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||11/13 15:00||16|| Newry City v Ballinamallard Utd ||W||2-0|
|Irlanda del Norte - IFA Championship||11/06 15:00||15||HW Welders v Newry City||W||1-2|
|Failed to score||5||2||3|
Newry City Athletic Football Club is a semi-professional Northern Irish football club who play in the NIFL Championship. It is based in Newry, County Down and plays at the Showgrounds. The club's colours are blue and white, with striped jerseys and blue shorts.
The club was created in 2013 after the city's former semi-professional club, Newry City F.C. was dissolved in September 2012, when a winding-up petition brought against the club by former player and manager Gerry Flynn was granted, and the club decided not to appeal the decision. This led to the majority of Newry City's players leaving for Warrenpoint Town. The new club, wearing the same colours and having the same home as its predecessor, is regarded as a phoenix club, but has, and claims, no legal connection to the former club business.
After the winding-up of Newry City F.C., discussions to form a new club began in December 2012. In February 2013, it was clarified that Newry City A.F.C. would be a new club and would not be liable for any debt owed by Newry City F.C. There were discussions for the club to join the Republic of Ireland's League of Ireland, however the Irish Football Association said that they would block any attempt for Newry City to join the League of Ireland. Newry City A.F.C. uses the old club's stadium, the Showgrounds, which is owned by Newry City F.C.'s season-ticket holders. This meant that it was not sold when Newry City F.C. was wound up.
Despite initial plans for the club to be named "Newry City 2012", Newry City A.F.C. was officially launched by former Newry Town player Ollie Ralph on 7 March 2013, and it was announced that they would seek to join the Irish Football Association, and play in the Intermediate B division of the Mid-Ulster Football League in the 2013–14 season. Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill was originally scheduled to take part in the club's launch, but was unable to attend.
In July 2013, the club was accepted as a member of the Mid-Ulster Football League Intermediate B division for the 2013–14 season - the fifth tier of football in Northern Ireland. They won the division in their first season, gaining immediate promotion to Intermediate A (the fourth tier), which in turn they won in 2015-16 after two seasons, earning promotion to the NIFL Premier Intermediate League (the third tier). In their first season in their division, the club were runners up, qualifying for the NIFL Championship Play-Off. Over two legs, the team beat Armagh City 7-2 on aggregate to earn promotion to the NIFL Championship for the 2017-2018 season, a third promotion in four years, and confirming the return of senior league football to the city for the first time since 2011.
The club's rise was completed in the following season, as the runners-up spot in the 2017-18 Championship, and a 6-3 aggregate win over Carrick Rangers in the NIFL Premiership Promotion-Relegation play-off saw the team reach the NIFL Premiership for the first time since its foundation, and top tier football return to the city for the first time since 2011.