Ireland Score
UEFA European Championship
Slovakia 2
Ireland 3
0
0
D
Ireland 2
Denmark 2
1
1
D
International Friendly
England
Ireland
3
0
L
Ireland
New Zealand
3
1
W
UEFA Nations League
Ireland 2
Bulgaria 2
0
0
D
Wales 3
Ireland 1 4
1
0
L
Finland 1
Ireland 1
1
0
L
Ireland 1 3
Wales 2
0
0
D
Ireland 2
Finland 1
0
1
L
Bulgaria
Ireland 1
1
1
D
Ireland Player
# Name Position
6
Conor Hourihane Central Midfield
7
Josh Cullen Central Midfield
17
Jason Knight Central Midfield
22
Aaron McEneff Central Midfield
1
Mark Travers Goalkeeper
16
Caoimhin Kelleher Goalkeeper
23
Darren Randolph Goalkeeper
 
Kieran OHara Goalkeeper
3
Enda Stevens Defender
4
Shane Duffy Defender
7
Matt Doherty Defender
 
Seamus Coleman Defender
 
John Egan Defender
2
Cyrus Christie Midfielder
9
Shane Long Midfielder
10
Robbie Brady Midfielder
13
Jeff Hendrick Midfielder
14
Jack Byrne Midfielder
 
Alan Browne Midfielder
 
Derrick Williams Midfielder
 
Jayson Molumby Midfielder
 
Jamie McCarthy Midfielder
3
Ryan Manning Forward
7
Callum ODowda Forward
11
James McClean Forward
 
Adam Idah Forward
 
Callum Robinson Forward
 
Ronan Manning Forward
12
Graham Burke Secondary Striker
11
Ronan Curtis Left Wing
 
Daryl Horgan Left Midfield
 
Harry Arter Attacking Midfield
15
Dara O Shea Left Back
5
Ciaran Clark Centre Back
5
Kevin Long Centre Back
21
Darragh Lenihan Centre Back
8
Sean Maguire Centre Forward
18
Troy Parrott Centre Forward
 
James Collins Centre Forward
 
Aaron Anthony Connolly Centre Forward
 
David McGoldrick Centre Forward
 
Stephen Kenny Coach
About Ireland
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  • Name: Ireland
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  • Established Date: 1921
  • Coach: Stephen Kenny
The Republic of Ireland national football team (Irish: Foireann peile náisiúnta Phoblacht na héireann) represents Ireland in association football. It is governed by the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) and stages its home fixtures at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. The team failed to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, marking the end of Trapattoni's tenure as manager. The Republic of Ireland also fell to a record low FIFA ranking of 59th, then a record low of 70th in June 2014. For the next Euro qualifying campaign under manager Martin O'Neill, the Republic of Ireland finished third behind Germany and Poland, but went on to qualify for Euro 2016 after a 3–1 aggregate win over Bosnia and Herzegovina in the play-offs. The Boys in Green reached the Round of 16 stage at that tournament and were knocked out by the hosts and eventual runners-up France after losing 2–1.