We know from Friday’s draw that the path towards Euro2020 for the Republic of Ireland could run through Windsor Park in Belfast. How does history suggest that might work out? Continue reading
History is important in shaping our national identity. So too is sport. This morning at 10 am the two will come together as the GAA mark the 99th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday attack on Croke Park. Continue reading
This will be the 14th time that the Football showpiece has gone to a second game and we have dug deep into the history books to see if there are any trends for fans of either side to take comfort from over the next two weeks.
The 60th Liffey Descent will take place on Saturday December 14th and to mark the occasion a new book outlining the history of the event was launched in Dublin’s City Hall over the weekend.
One of the strengths of the GAA and many other sports is how it never loses sight of its history. Continue reading
There wil be a new look to an important element of Croke Park this weekend with news that Extra.ie have become the sponsors of the Croke Park Museum.
TG4 has released the trailer for a documentary on the Irish derby which will air next week. Continue reading
It is rare that you would see, or even imagine, beer and cigarette papers involved in sponsoring within Formula 1 these days, but just such a combination will be one of the star elements at next weekend’s Historic Festival at Mondello Park. Continue reading
Ireland’s newest racing festival, The Boyne Valley Racing Weekend, will take place next month linking Navan and Fairyhouse racecourses and celebrating County Meath’s lavish and historic relationship with the horse. Continue reading
With the future of our media connection to the GAA very much at a time of change and development, Tuning In – From Wireless to WiFi is a timely look back at the roots of GAA broadcast history. Continue reading