It has been confirmed by UEFA that Dublin will host four games at the UEFA EURO 2020 finals in June of next year. The Executive Committee of the Governing Body met in Switzerland on Wednesday and validated the desire of … Continue reading
It should have been a day of the greatest excitement. We could have been getting the scarves and the face paint down off the shelf and preparing for a night that would stick in our minds forever. Continue reading
The Government has agreed to reconfirm Ireland’s commitment to hosting matches as part of the rescheduled UEFA EURO 2020 tournament in the summer of 2021.
UEFA has written today to all ticket holders for the Euro 2020 Finals with more detail about how and when our original tickets will be handled. Continue reading
If we are on the point of accepting a revolving Taoiseach in a time of unprecedented national emergency then surely the management of a group of young footballers can hardly be seen as impossible.
Reaction from the FAI and from Government to yesterday’s decision to postpone the European Championship Men’s Finals by 12 months. Continue reading
We were on Game On on RTÉ 2FM yesterday evening talking in-depth about the postponement of the Euro’s, the ways in which football would work its way out of the scheduling nightmare, the contracts that need to be met and more. Continue reading
UEFA has announced the postponement of EURO 2020, due to be played in June and July this year. Continue reading
Sport is in jeopardy. CoronaVirus is perhaps the greatest public health scare we have experienced in living memory. Its impact on the ways in which we normally escape from the sometimes harsh realities of life is already profound and sport will be hit hard. Continue reading
The Republic of Ireland Euro 2020 Qualifier with Slovakia will take place on Tuesday 26th March behind closed doors. Continue reading