ESPN have combined football with its American gridiron equivalent to imagine some striking new kits.
Not only is it the goal everyone is talking about but he’s the player everyone is taking notice of. Daryl Horgan’s second goal against Cork City capped a brilliant night for him and his Dundalk teammates. And all in front of the watching Martin O’Neill.
Criticism when he’s out of the team and no praise when he’s in it, Martin O’Neill is getting hammered for a perceived lack of trust in playmaker Wes Hoolahan. But the stats don’t back it up. Can the Irish manager’s philosophy really be summarised in the treatment of one player?
Photographer Denis Vahey brilliantly captures the matchday atmosphere at Ireland’s World Cup qualifier against Georgia in Dublin.
Upside down or right side up depending on who you support, Dublin design practice It’s Okay, have produced an amazing design in the latest in our ongoing Póg Mo Goal World Cup 2018 Poster Series.
Pyro fans and football romantics will be pleased with the new caps from Dutch football t-shirt company, COPA.
The countdown has officially begun to UEFA EURO 2020 with Dublin ready to shine as a host city for the multi-nation tournament. The Irish capital, with a gleaming stadium standing on the site of the historic Lansdowne Road, will be the venue for three group games and a last 16 tie.
A group of Irish fans have posted a quite brilliantly produced video documenting their entire trip to France for Euro 2016. This is sure to bring back memories for the rest of the Green Army.
With a new quaification campaign comes a new set of Póg Mo Goal posters and Serbian Graphic Designer Futro has come up with an amazing design to kick off our World Cup 2018 Series.
While Ireland basked in the love-in of an almost year-long Brian O’Driscoll farewell, his counterpart on the national football team hasn’t always enjoyed 100% support. But when the history of the Irish game is written, Robbie Keane will rightly be spoken of in the same breath as our retired rugby icon.