The FAI today confirmed that Northern Ireland will visit the Aviva Stadium for a friendly international on Thursday the 15th November 2018. Ireland will also travel to face Poland in another friendly contest on Tuesday the 11th September 2018. A further home friendly is set for June 2018 with the opposition to be confirmed later this week.
From fai.ie news page:
Friendly games confirmed for 2017/18 ST Holders
On November 15, Martin O’Neill’s side will welcome Northern Ireland to Dublin for a friendly game that will be the 11th meeting between the two teams and the first since 2011.
As part of the current Season Ticket package, the Northern Ireland game will follow a home friendly in June – the opposition of which will be confirmed later this week.
Ireland will also take on Poland in an away friendly, which is scheduled for September 11 with the venue and kick-off time to be unveiled in due course.
The 28th meeting between Ireland and Poland will take place just five days after O’Neill’s team will have kicked off their UEFA Nations League campaign away to Wales on September 6.
Details of the new FAI Season Ticket campaign, which will include the UEFA Nations League double-header involving Denmark and Wales in October 2018, will be announced in due course.