Football reporter Mark Pitman has the hosts’ view ahead of the do-or-die Wales versus Ireland World Cup showdown in Cardiff. He answers our questions.
Designed by Ruben Lyon, a graphic designer from Bremen in Germany who claims Irish roots, we bring you the next installment of the Póg Mo Goal Match-day Poster series for Ireland V Serbia.
Underage world champions and top of their World Cup group, Serbian football is on a high right now. Provided they don’t make a familiar mistake and slip up against Moldova, they will roll into Dublin expecting a fight to the finish, writes Milos Dusanovic.
Donegal Designer Brian MacRory has designed a stunning effort in the latest Póg Mo Goal Matchday Poster series for the upcoming away fixture against Georgia.
A terrible start and a rip-roaring finish, Ireland’s clash with Austria ended with substance thanks to Jon Walters’ equaliser but was worryingly devoid of style. We are still in a brilliant position to qualify for next summer’s World Cup, so why does it feel so precarious? Here are ten talking points after a huge week for Ireland’s qualification hopes.
In 12 months’ time, the FIFA World Cup will kick off in Russia and Copa90 set the scene by explaining why it’s the greatest competition on Earth.
Graphic Designer Adam Caul brings us a wonderful Subbuteo-inspired graphic for the next in our Póg Mo Goal Matchday Poster Series as the Austrians roll into town for a crucial World Cup Qualifer against Ireland.
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. Now you can watch the new Irish short film, produced by the famous Weinstein Company, in full.
Ireland’s latest American adventure sees them take on Mexico this week. So, who are these supporters that continually show up in New York when the Irish arrive? What is the status of soccer in the Irish-American community? And when will we see a player born and raised in the United States line out for the Boys in Green? asks Irish New Yorker Eugene O’Driscoll.
The history of the women’s game on the island of Ireland is comparatively short, though it has had its moments of controversy, and brilliance, not least in the form of a young Inchicore player who became an Italian sensation, writes Donal Fallon.