The first time the Republic of Ireland played under the name since leaving the British Commonwealth
The 7th edition of the Póg Mo Goal magazine is now available for pre-order. With added pages Ireland’s only football magazine features excellent feature writing, beautiful photography and illustrations from contributors across the globe.
While Lionel Messi rightfully claims football’s brightest spotlight today, the Argentine was waiting in the wings at the Nou Camp while Ronaldinho held centre stage. On the day it was revealed he would finally leave Barcelona, we look back at the moment he announced himself to the watching world.
With Canada set to host the 2026 World Cup with the USA and Mexico, reposting from Issue 3 and featured on the Póg Mo Goal podcast, Devon Rowcliffe examined the pitfalls that faced the looming Canadian Premier League.
To pay tribute to an Irish football hero since November 1993, on the sad passing of Alan McLoughlin, we are reposting his chat to Póg Mo Goal’s Dave O’Grady from 2014 about the release of ‘A Different Shade of Green – The Alan McLoughlin Story’, nominated for Irish Sports Book of the Year. He talks about his personal battle with cancer, that famous night in Windsor Park, Roy Keane’s Rolex watch and much more.
Former Shelbourne player Stuey Byrne continues to release music after his retirement from football. His newest track is an ode to the game we all love and the memories of playing it as a kid growing up. He has previously […]
Before becoming a global superstar, Irish phenomenon Katie Taylor was sharing shadow boxing with international football.
The legend of Eric Cantona in England could have been very different had a two-stay in Sheffield worked out.
We’re delighted to partner with Alive & Kicking charity the world’s only not-for-profit ball manufacturer. By bringing you our very own designed football to coincide with the publication of the sixth edition of Póg Mo Goal Magazine. Hand screen printed […]
On a sad day for world football with the passing of Diego Maradona, we’re posting a timely feature article from Issue 6 of the Póg Mo Goal Magazine. Maradona’s second goal against England in 1986 is seen by many as the greatest ever and spawned iconic commentary around the world, including Ireland.