Ireland will open their Euro 2016 campaign against Sweden in the Stade de France on June 13. All eyes will be on their mercurial frontman, the main threat we must snuff out. Reposting from Póg Mo Goal magazine #1, He is Zlatan.
Last month Póg Mo Goal commissioned international and Irish designers to produce a series of match-day posters for the Republic of Ireland’s three group games in France for OFFSIDE a fringe event of the design conference OFFSET and now here are all the amazing match-day posters.
It’s hard to believe that it has been almost four years since Euro 2012, a tournament that delivered its fair share of drama and memorable moments. One of these, writes Adam Murphy, was the brace from Andriy Shevchenko that saw his Ukraine side beat Sweden in their opening group game.
With the tournament in France fast approaching, Weekend Offender have produced a stunning Euro 2016 collection. Very Limited Edition. Once they’re gone, they’re gone.
European Knights has shortlisted 24 of the greatest to play the game, and need the opinions of you – the fans – to decide which player stands above the rest in the Champions League.
He’s had to wait almost two years between his first and second caps but an impressive display in his home debut against Switzerland has some tipping Shane Duffy for a place in Ireland’s Euro 2016 squad. Having suffered a life-threatening injury on international duty six years ago, the Derry native knows all about comebacks.
Sean Maguire is setting the League of Ireland alight with his goalscoring exploits but Matt O’Mahoney was Kilkenny’s original footballing flag-bearer, writes Cian Manning.
In his latest column from Prague, David Toms examines the possibility that his adopted club Bohemians may have to leave the ground they’ve called home since the 1930s.
The first time the Republic of Ireland played under the name since leaving the British Commonwealth
Maradona’s Boca Juniors are the subject of the latest in our Crest Love series.