|Republic of Ireland Leinster Senior League||01/14 19:45||-||St Mochtas v Maynooth University Town FC||L||0-2|
|Republic of Ireland Leinster Senior League||12/06 19:45||-||St Mochtas v UCD||-||View|
|Republic of Ireland Amateur Cup||12/03 20:05||-||St Mochtas v Collinstown FC||W||4-3|
|Republic of Ireland Leinster Senior League||11/29 19:45||-||St Mochtas v Crumlin United||-||View|
|Republic of Ireland Leinster Senior League||11/25 19:45||-||St Mochtas v Bluebell United||W||3-1|
|Republic of Ireland FAI Intermediate Cup||11/19 19:45||-||Liffey Wanderers v St Mochtas||L||1-0|
|Republic of Ireland Leinster Senior League||11/14 11:00||-||Bangor GG FC v St Mochtas||W||0-1|
|Republic of Ireland Leinster Senior League||11/10 19:45||-||Cherry Orchard v St Mochtas||L||3-1|
|Republic of Ireland Leinster Senior League||11/05 19:45||-||St Mochtas v Edenderry Town FC||W||3-2|
|Republic of Ireland Leinster Senior League||11/04 19:45||-||Maynooth University Town FC v St Mochtas||W||0-3|
|Republic of Ireland Leinster Senior League||10/29 18:45||-||St Mochtas v Malahide Utd||-||View|
|Republic of Ireland Leinster Senior League||10/22 19:04||-||Maynooth University Town FC v St Mochtas||L||3-1|
|Failed to score||3||2||1|
St. Mochta's F.C. is an Irish association football club based in Clonsilla, Dublin. Their senior team play in the Leinster Senior League Senior Division. They also regularly compete in the FAI Cup, the FAI Intermediate Cup, the FAI Junior Cup and the Leinster Senior Cup.
St. Mochta's were founded in September 1949 when founder Barth O'Brien put a motion to the AGM of the St. Mochta's Branch of the Catholic Young Men's Society (CYMS) that a football section be formed within the branch. At the time, it was unsure exactly what type of football the club would play, considering that it could mean association football, rugby football, or gaelic football]]. After a vote from aspiring members, association football or soccer was chosen.
In its early years, the club played its football at Somerton on the same grounds where Castleknock GAA club now play and briefly in Coolmine Lane, close to Coolmine railway station before permanently establishing themselves at Porterstown. In the early 1960s the CYMS became defunct but the club carried on as St. Mochta's.