Cork City have been given a tough tie in their Europa League third round qualifying fixture. They will face the losers of Celtic v Rosenborg. The ties will take place on August 9th & 16th. EUROPA LEAGUE | We have been drawn to play the losers of Celtic (SCO) v Rosenborg (NOR) in
The mid-season friendly schedule is as follows:- 02/07 - Cork City v Portsmouth, Turner’s Cross, 7pm 07/07 - Shamrock Rovers v Celtic, Tallaght Stadium, 3pm 08/07 - Shelbourne v Cliftonville, Tolka Park, 2pm 09/07 - Portmarnock v Oxford United, Paddy’s Hill, 7pm 10/07 - Longford Town v Oxford United, City Calling Stadium, 7.45pm 11/07 - U.C.D.
For the second year running Shamrock Rovers will face Celtic in a friendly fixture at Tallaght Stadium. The fixture will take place on July 7th at 3pm. General sale tickets will be available online only from 1pm on Wednesday 23rd May (here) priced at €30 Adults, €17.50 Children U14, and there are Premium tickets
With all the speculation that Martin O’Neill is set to take up the role of manager at Premier League side Stoke City, it leaves many people asking the question, ‘who will be the next Ireland manager?’ Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny’s name is being mentioned continuously as a possible replacement, and the
Dundalk have been drawn to face Celtic / Linfield in the Champions League third round qualifier if they can defeat Rosenborg next week in Norway. If any more incentive was needed to beat Rosenborg for Dundalk, a packed Aviva Stadium against the Scottish Champions could be it. Stephen Kenny's men need to
Dundalk's Champions League journey will start today and it has been finalised which potential sides they can pull in the draw. The draw takes place in Nyon at approx 11am this morning. The draw has been regionalised to different sections in Europe. The possible opponents are - Celtic (Scotland) Legia Warsaw (Poland) Maribor (Slovenia) Malmo