The 1919/20 Irish League season took place during the country’s violent War of Independence and a Leinster League game between Olympia and Jacobs exemplified the tensions that existed in Irish society at the time. Cian Manning takes a look back.
On a trip to Paris, Kevin Brannigan takes in a Red Star game, who provide an alternative to the commercialism on show at Parc Des Princes, for locals and tourists alike.
For Fionn O’Dea, Ireland’s World Cup play-off heartache will take a long time to heal just like his previous scars playing and following the not always beautiful game.
It’s do or die in a two legged playoff with Denmark for a place in the World Cup in Russia next summer and Oscar Torrans has produced this beautiful design in the latest of our ongoing Póg Mo Goal Match-day poster series.
In the build-up to two huge play-off games for Ireland against Denmark, Eugene O’Driscoll casts his mind back to the last meeting between the teams, when debate raged about accommodating a small gifted midfielder, but a 4-0 win offered hope.
The long wait is almost over. James McClean’s heroics in Cardiff have given the Republic of Ireland a two-game shoot-out with Denmark to decide who will appear at next year’s World Cup in Russia. Ahead of the do-or-die clashes, Claus Røndbjerg-Christensen has the view from our Scandinavian opponents.
Dublin-based photographer Tom Beary’s unique take on the 2017 SSE Airtricity League season viewed through his camera lens.
Photographer of football culture Przemek Niciejewski was with the fans of Olympiakos and Panathinaikos to capture the atmosphere of the Athens Derby.
Cork City FC didn’t let Hurricane Ophelia ruin the day they’d be crowned Champions of Ireland. Copa90 captured the atmosphere at Turner’s Cross.
It’s do or die for the Boys in Green tonight as they face off against Wales in the Cardiff City Stadium, in the final game of the World Cup Qualification campaign. In the last of our ongoing match-day poster series we have a classy design from The Sporting Press in the United States.