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World Cup 2018 Qualifiers
Group D


Monday 5 September 2016
Serbia 2-2 Republic of Ireland
20.45 (19.45) Red Star, Belgrade

Thursday 6 October 2016
Republic of Ireland 1-0 Georgia
19.45 Aviva Stadium

Sunday 9 October 2016
Moldova 1-3 Republic of Ireland
19.45 Chisinau

Saturday 12 November 2016
Austria 0-1 Republic of Ireland
17.00 Vienna

Friday 24 March 2017
Republic of Ireland 0-0 Wales
19.45 Aviva Stadium

Sunday 11 June 2017
Republic of Ireland v Austria
17.00 Aviva Stadium

Saturday 2 September 2017
Georgia v Republic of Ireland
17.00 Tbilisi

Tuesday 5 September 2017
Republic of Ireland v Serbia
19.45 Aviva Stadium

Friday 6 October 2017
Republic of Ireland v Moldova
19.45 Aviva Stadium

Monday 9 October 2017
Wales v Republic of Ireland
19.45 Cardiff


Friendly Internationals

Tuesday 28 March 2017
Republic of Ireland 0-1 Iceland
19.45 Aviva Stadium

Thursday 1 June 2017
Mexico v Republic of Ireland
20.00 (01.00) MetLife Stadium

Sunday 4 June 2017
Republic of Ireland v Uruguay
15.00 Aviva Stadium

 

 

Republic of Ireland
Senior Squad
[Current FIFA Ranking - 31
]

Manager: Martin O'Neill
Assistant Manager: Roy Keane
G/K Coach: Seamus McDonagh
Defence Coach: Steve Walford
Forwards Coach: Steve Guppy


Goalkeepers

Club

Caps

Goals

Colin Doyle Bradford City
1
0
Robert Elliot Newcastle United
4
0
Darren Randolph West Ham United
19
0
Keiren Westwood Sheffield Wednesday
20
0

Defenders

 

 

 

Andy Boyle Preston North End
1
0
Ciaran Clark Newcastle United
24
2
Cyrus Christie Derby County
8
0
Seamus Coleman Everton
43
1
John Egan Brentford
1
0
Matt Doherty Wolverhampton Wanderers
0
0
Richard Keogh Derby County
16
1
Paul McShane Reading
31
0
John O'Shea Sunderland
117
3
Alex Pearce Derby County
7
2
Stephen Ward Burnley
41
0

Midfielders

 

   
Harry Arter AFC Bournemouth
4
0
Robbie Brady  Burnley
32
7
Darron Gibson Sunderland
27
0
Stephen Gleeson Birmingham City
2
0
Jonathan Hayes Aberdeen
3
0
Jeff Hendrick Burnley
31
1
Wes Hoolihan Norwich City
37
3
Daryl Horgan Preston North End
1
0
Conor Hourihane Aston Villa
0
0
Liam Kelly Reading
0
0
James McCarthy Everton
41
0
James McClean West Bromwich Albion
49
8
Aiden McGeady Preston North End (Loan)
88
5
David Meyler Hull City
19
0
Callum O'Dowda Bristol City
4
0
Eunan O'Kane Leeds United
6
0
Anthony Pilkington Cardiff City
9
0
Glenn Whelan Stoke City
79
2

Forwards

     
Kevin Doyle Colorado Rapids
63
14
Shane Long Southampton
73
16
David McGoldrick Ipswich Town
5
0
Daryl Murphy Newcastle United
24
1
Adam Rooney Aberdeen
0
0
Jonathan Walters Stoke City
47
12

Caps updated after Iceland game 28/03/2017


2018 World Cup Group D Qualifiers
24.03.2017 Ireland 0-0 Wales
12.11.2016 Austria 0-1 Ireland [ J McClean ]
09.10.2016 Moldova 1-3 Ireland [S Long, J McClean 2]
06.10.2016 Ireland 1-0 Georgia [S Coleman]
05.09.2016 Serbia 2-2 Ireland [J Hendrick, D Murphy]


EURO 2016 Championship Finals - Round of Sixteen

26.06.2016 France 2-1 Ireland [R Brady (p)]


EURO 2016 Championship Finals - Group E

22.06.2016 Italy 0-1 Ireland [R Brady]
18.06.2016 Belgium 3-0 Ireland
13.06.2016 Sweden 1-1 Ireland [W Hoolihan]


EURO 2016 Play-Off

16.11.2015 Ireland 2-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina [J Walters 2]
13.11.2015 Bosnia & Herzegovina 1-1 Ireland [R Brady]


EURO 2016 Group D Qualifiers
11.10.2015 Poland 2-1 Ireland [J Walters]
08.10.2015 Ireland 1-0 Germany [S Long]
07.09.2015 Ireland 1-0 Georgia [J Walters]
04.09.2015 Gibraltar 0-4 Ireland [R Keane 2, C Christie, S Long]
13.06.2015 Ireland 1-1 Scotland [J Walters]
29.03.2015 Ireland 1-1 Poland [S Long]

14.11.2014 Scotland 1-0 Ireland
14.10.2014 Germany 1-1 Ireland [J O'Shea]
11.10.2014 Ireland 7-0 Gibraltar [R Keane 3, J McClean 2, W Hoolihan, o.g.]
07.09.2014 Georgia 1-2 Ireland [A Mcgeady 2]


Friendly Internationals
31.05.2016 Ireland 1-2 Belarus
[S Ward]
27.05.2016 Ireland 1-1 Holland [S Long]
29.03.2016 Ireland 2-2 Slovakia [S Long(p), J McClean (p)]
25.03.2016 Ireland 1-0
Switzerland [C Clark]