Waterford won the league title three times in a row, in 1968, 1969 and in 1970. The title was won by Cork Hibernians in 1971 but returned to Waterford in the 1971–1972 season and again in the 1972–73 season. The following season Waterford won the League of Ireland Cup, however failed to regain the league title. The Club won the FAI Cup for the second time under Tommy Jackson in 1980 beating St Patrick's Athletic with the winner from Brian Gardner.  Waterford's success in the league over the years brought European football where they played against famous clubs such as Manchester United and Celtic.
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Waterford fans have organised themselves into two groups - both official and unofficial. Groups Blues Supporter Club (B. S. C) The Blues Supporters Club is the official Waterford FC fans group. It was formed in December 2009 after members of the IBSC (Independent Blues Supporters Club) voted to become an official fans group. From the 2010 season, the BSC organises transport for Blues fans to away games, run the Club shop as well as organise numerous fund raising activities and other match day activities for Waterford FC.
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There is also a branch of the BSC based in Dungarvan that accommodates Blues fans living in West Waterford. Membership is now open for the 2018 season and information can be found on Waterford FC home page and on Facebook. The current chairperson of the BSC is Shane Murphy. The Block E Boys The BAU (Blue Army Ultras) was formed in January 2006 to bring an Italian-style Ultra atmosphere to the RSC and to away matches.
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He also wished to change the Club's crest and jersey to something more traditional. On 2 January 2017, the Club announced the new managerial team for the coming season. The new head coach was former player and manager Alan Reynolds and Pat Fenlon was appointed as the Club's new director of football.  As the squad started to take shape, the Club officially announced on 20 January 2017 that they would change back to the Club's original identity with a name change to Waterford FC. They also unveiled the new crest which was a modernised version of the Club's first ever crest from 1930.
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After a disappointing start to 2015 Griffin stepped aside into a new role in the club and Roddy Collins was appointed as manager on a two-and-a-half-year deal.  Collins side finished 7th in his first season. In the 2016 season, Collins signed a lot of players he worked with before such as Philip Gorman, James O'Brien and his son, Roddy Collins Jr, and many others. With two games left in the 2016 season and Waterford in 6th it was announced Roddy Collins would leave the club.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Pos. Nation Player 1 GK IRL Brian Murphy 2 DF Darragh Power 3 ENG Richard Taylor 4 MF Niall O'Keeffe (vice-captain) 5 Alex Baptiste 6 Eddie Nolan (captain) 7 Shane Griffin 8 Yassine En-Neyah 9 FW ALG Wassim Aouachria 10 ESP Raúl Uche 11 GNB Junior Quitirna 12 Tunmise Sobowale 14 Timi Sobowale 15 Jeremie Milambo 17 Nigel Aris 18 Callum Stringer 19 Remi Thompson 20 Roland Idowu 22 Paul Martin 23 Kilian Cantwell 31 Liam Kervick 34 Dean Larkin 44 SCO Phoenix Patterson 45 Owen Oseni Technical staff  Position Staff Manager Danny Searle Assistant Coach David Breen Gary Hunt Goalkeeping Coach Dirk Heinen Analyst Shane Nolan Kitmen Michael Walsh & Richy Walsh Physio Derek O'Neill Strength & Conditioning Coaches Joey O'Brien & Jamie Dalton Head of Academy Mike Geoghegan U19's Head coach AJ Murray U19's Assistant coach Oisin Seager, Kevin Burns & Mike Geogeghan U17's Head coach Conor Coad U17's Assistant coach U15's Head coach Derek O'Brien U15's Assistant coach Derek Browne Brendan White U13's Head coach U13's Assistant coach Seán Geoghegan Mark Downey Academy Strength & Conditioning coach David O'Brien Academy Technical coach Oisín Seager Academy physio Brian Kennedy Child welfare officer Mary Ray Academy kitman Richie Flynn Doctor Sinéad Fitzpatrick Micheal O'Sullivan Equipment management Michael Walsh Club structure Name Chairman Andy Pilley Vice chairman General manager Club secretary Sandra Burke Operations manager Tony Burke Events officer/event controller Mark Dunne Safety Officer Meesha Dunne Official photographer Noel Browne Communications Manager Stadium Waterford FC play their home games at the Waterford Regional Sports Centre, more commonly referred to as the RSC.
 In his first season he led the club to promotion to the League of Ireland Premier Division in the 2002–03 season. The League of Ireland changed from a winter league to a summer league for the 2003 season. Waterford finished 6th under Jimmy McGeough. Despite the good season he was controversially sacked, the decision was very unpopular with the club's supporters.  In 2004 The Blues finished 5th and they reached the FAI Cup Final, their first since 1986 under Alan Reynolds as player-manager and Paul McGrath as director of football but lost 2–1 to Longford Town.
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 During the 2016 season, the group went through a restructure and changed the name to "The Block E Boys".  Rivals Waterford contest the Munster Derby with Cork City. Waterford had big derbies with Cork City in the 2000s when Waterford were in the Premier Division and then again when Cork City Foras entered the First Division in the early 2010s.
Dundalk, despite beating Waterford in a playoff,  were controversially overlooked and remained in the First Division. However, on 20 February 2007 it was announced that Waterford United had been invited to participate in the Premier Division for the forthcoming season. Club secretary Larry Gough stated "The club considered the proposal carefully and decided to accept the invitation in the best interests of football in Waterford and the eircom league".
 In May 2011 Henderson was sacked after a run of poor form.  Waterford native, Paul O'Brien was appointed manager for the duration of the season.  Waterford United finished 5th in the 2011 League of Ireland First Division. The board in the off season then appointed Paul as full-time manager on a year contract for the 2012 season. Paul O'Briens side fell narrowly short of promotion, they defeated champions Limerick four times in four games but still finished 4 points behind them. This meant the playoffs once again for Waterford. In the first section of the playoffs Waterford beat 3rd placed Longford Town 3–1 on aggregate.  This set up a tie with Dundalk of the League of Ireland Premier Division.
FAI Cup semi-finals: Day, kick-off times and TV details for both Both matches will be broadcast live on RTE 2 on a bumper Sunday Derry City v Treaty United will kick off at 2pm before Waterford