Ahead of Ireland’s monumental World Cup qualifier with Wales, DJ Alli B has released a 2017 remix of iconic Irish football anthem Put Em Under Pressure with a video featuring freestyle football artist Philip Clarke.
Shamrock Rovers have put together a brilliant video feature on the matchday experience at Tallaght Stadium.
We teamed up with Copa90 to tell you why you need to look out for Shamrock Rovers versus Bohemians.
The Irish season kicks off with the 2017 President’s Cup this weekend, when League of Ireland champions Dundalk travel to FAI Cup winners Cork City in the curtain-raiser to the domestic campaign. The Irish version of the Community Shield was initiated to honour our football-loving first citizen, Michael D. Higgins.
The new League of Ireland season has had its official launch ahead of the President’s Cup and first round of matches. SSE Airtricity have released their season promo to whet the appetite, championing the fact that so many current Irish internationals have come through the league.
On the day of the most important football match in Irish history an expectant father is torn between witnessing the miracle of childbirth and the miracle of reaching the quarter finals of the World Cup. A new Irish short film produced by the famous Weinstein Company is set for its Irish premiere at the Dublin Film Festival in February.
With a goal in Barcelona’s win over Eibar, Neymar reached 94 for his club equalling his compatriot Ronaldinho’s haul for the Blaugrana.
With Dalymount Park set to undergo redevelopment, the home of Irish football in its current guise is nearing the end of an era. Bohemian FC are asking supporters to play their part in saying goodbye to the old ground.
Copa90 tell the story of how RB Leipzig became the most hated team in Germany, and their journey to the top of the Bundesliga.
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.