Cork Bohemians, founded in the 1920's, were a successful local club before (and after) a brief and troubled period as members of the League of Ireland. The club were elected to the LoI in 1932 when Brideville, Jacobs and Waterford all dropped out of league football.
They encountered financial difficulties almost immediately and were suspended from the league during their second season (1933/34) for failing to pay fees to the League Management committee. Having paid the fees they were readmitted but failed to fulfill all their away fixtures and resigned from the league before the end of the season.
During their short LoI career the club played at three venues; the Munster Agricultural Society showgrounds in Ballintemple, Cork Greyhound Track, and finally Turner's Cross.