Premier League giants Chelsea and Arsenal will face off in a friendly fixture at the Aviva Stadium on August 1st 2018. Kick off will take place at 8.05pm. Ray Parlour and Tore Andre Flo were over in Dublin to announce the fixture. Ticket info to follow.
Following UEFA's publication of match dates for the EURO 2020 tournament, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross T.D. and Minister of State for Tourism Brendan Griffin T.D., the Football Association of Ireland and Dublin City Council welcomed the announcement as Dublin prepares to host four games in the
The Republic of Ireland will face Northern Ireland in a friendly fixture at the Aviva Stadium on November 15th (Thursday). The game will kick off at 7.45pm. The two countries last met in 2011 in the Nations Cup when the Republic won 5-0 at the Aviva Stadium. Speaking on the official Northern Ireland
Christian Eriksen masterclass compounded a disastrous evening for the boys in Green with a hat-trick of the highest quality to book Denmark a place at next years World Cup. Heartbreak, devastation, a slaughter and massacre are words that will no doubt do the rounds throughout the media as, in yet another
he Football Association of Ireland can confirm that the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying Play-Off Second Leg between Republic of Ireland and Denmark on Tuesday, November 14 in Aviva Stadium is officially sold out. Premium tickets that were reserved for the public sale on Friday, October 20 sold out in less
Kolorov breaks Irish hearts and almost the cross bar to give Serbia all three points. 10-man Serbia held firm to almost guarantee qualification for next years World Cup despite a much improved and spirited display from “The boys in Green”. Following Saturday nights disappointing performance away at Georgia, Martin O’Neill’s troops looked
Darryl Geraghty Goals from Johnny Walters, Cyrus Christie and James McClean ensured Martin O’Neills men go into next weeks crunch World Cup Qualifier in flying form as they brushed aside a tough Uruguayan side at the Aviva. Following the 3-1 midweek defeat against Mexico, when Martin O’Neill experimented with what seems