Irish Soccer News

Ireland were drawn in Group One alongside Italy, Sweden, Iceland, Armenia and Luxembourg at the draw this morning in Nyon, Switzerland. Ireland U21 manager Stephen Kenny will manage his first qualifying match on Sunday, March 24 at home to Luxembourg. Armenia will travel to Ireland on Friday, September 6 before Ireland travel to Sweden on […] Read the rest of this entry »
The draw has been made for the Elite round of the European U-19 Championship. Ireland have been drawn in group one alongside Azerbaijan, Romania and Russia who will host the mini-tournament. Tom Mohan’s side qualified for this phase by winning group 10 of the first phase, where they defeated the Faroe Islands, Bosnia & Herzegovina […] Read the rest of this entry »
It’s no longer a question of whether AC Milan should buy new players come next January or not; because as it is even the club’s manager Gennaro Gattuso believes his squad needs at least 3-4 new players joining them in the half season transfer window. The question, however, is, which player would be coming in? […] Read the rest of this entry »
We have the draw and fixtures as Republic of Ireland get lucky in the draw for Euro2020. Due to being host nation they are in group with Switzerland and Denmark. They were originally drawn with Holland and Germany. Ireland will hope to get better results against Denmark and get one of the top two automatic […] Read the rest of this entry »
There is no denying that soccer has come a long way in America and the Premier League is only heating thing up even more. The Premier League is one of the most exciting times leagues of the year and fans and spectators across the globe are already making predictions as to who is going to […] Read the rest of this entry »
Stephen Kenny who guided Dundalk to four SSE Airtricity League Premier Division titles in the last five seasons, will also be responsible for overseeing the u21 international team. Kenny is one of the most successful Irish managers of all time, having enjoyed spells in charge of Longford Town, Bohemians, Derry City, Shamrock Rovers and Dundalk, which […] Read the rest of this entry »
The Football Association of Ireland this afternoon unveiled Mick McCarthy as the Republic of Ireland manager, confirming that the former Ireland captain would take charge of the national senior side for two years, with Stephen Kenny set to succeed him after EURO 2020. The FAI wasted little time in appointing McCarthy, with the draw for […] Read the rest of this entry »