Republic of Ireland Women’s National Team Head Coach Colin Bell has named a 22-player squad for the upcoming FIFA 2019 World Cup qualifiers against Slovakia and the Netherlands.READ MORE >
Aviva agrees three year deal as an official partner of the Republic of Ireland WNT Aviva Ireland has today announced its sponsorship of the Republic of Ireland Women’s National Team, until 2021. The insurer, which has been a proud partner of the Football Association of Ireland since 2010, also sponsors and supports Soccer Sisters –…READ MORE >
Republic of Ireland Women’s National Team Head Coach Colin Bell has named a 24-player squad for a training camp in Cork.
The Women’s National Team are set to have a nine-day camp at Fota Island Resort in Cork, which begins on Monday, February 28. It will be an intensive training camp as Bell looks to prepare his squad for the upcoming 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers against Slovakia and Netherlands in early April.READ MORE >
Bring your boots to the FAI Junior Cup Final at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday 14th May and you could be taking a penalty on the hallowed turf.READ MORE >
The Aviva Fan Studio returns on Saturday for the massive RBS 6 Nations clash between Ireland and England at the Aviva Stadium.
Hosted by Bernard O’Toole, he will be joined by former Ireland and Munster flanker David Wallace, and Irish womens international Jenny Murphy to bring you live through the big moments and talking points in Saturday’s match.READ MORE >
The Aviva Fan Studio returns on Saturday for the massive RBS Six Nations clash of Ireland and France at the Aviva Stadium. Hosted by Bernard O’Toole, he will be joined by former Ireland and Munster flanker David Wallace, Ireland and Leinster hooker Sean Cronin and Irish womens international Cliodhna Maloney to bring you live through the big moments in Saturday’s match.READ MORE >
Hosted by Jacqui Hurley, follow Alan Cawley and Clinton Morrison live on social media from the Aviva FanStudio from 7pm for #IRLvBIH #AvivaFanStudioREAD MORE >
I remember playing in some important games in European and World Cup qualifying for Ireland. Intimidating atmospheres or World Class opposition, the sort of challenge that you played the game for. One thing you could always rely on was the 12th Man, the mass of Irish support that would cheer you on at home…READ MORE >
SO, last week’s stab at the World Cup squad wasn’t too far off the mark.
One player out, to be precise, as we didn’t anticipate Darren Cave making it – not because the Ulster centre is a bad player, not at all, but because bringing him required the considerable gamble of travelling with only two specialist No 9s.READ MORE >
IT is remarkable to think that, almost nine years on from his Ireland breakthrough, Luke Fitzgerald is still a World Cup rookie. He is broadly regarded as one of the outstanding talents of his generation, yet Fitzgerald was still deemed surplus to requirements for France 2007 and New Zealand four years later. Injuries and ill-timed…READ MORE >