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.
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.
Ireland host Wales in a crucial World Cup qualifier in the Aviva Stadium on Friday night, and American designer Andy Beller has produced this brilliant design for the next installment in our match-day poster series.
Noel Feeney brings us a superb design in the latest instalment of our ongoing matchday poster series. With Dundalk’s European high flyers Daryl Horgan and Andy Boyle making the squad to travel to Vienna for Ireland’s next qualifier, the League of Ireland pair will be hoping to go one step further and get some game time against Austria.
Upside down or right side up depending on who you support, Dublin design practice It’s Okay, have produced an amazing design in the latest in our ongoing Póg Mo Goal World Cup 2018 Poster Series.
Made up of the names of over 500 iconic people and places including Villa Park, Stamford Bridge, Maine Road, Anfield, Celtic Park and Camp Nou, Football Map is designed by UK design studio Dorothy.
Dublin based studio New Graphic bring us the next installment in the ongoing Póg Mo Goal Euro 2016 match-day poster series for Ireland’s pivotal game against qualification rivals Poland.
The LA Galaxy celebrated their unprecedented success of winning a fifth MLS cup, with the release of a beautifully designed Season Ticket Member booklet.
Póg Mo Goal have teamed up with some of the most cutting-edge designers to deliver a series of match-day posters for the Republic of Ireland’s qualification campaign for the 2016 European Championship in France, starting with The 12elfth Man.
Every World Cup tournament causes us to recall finals gone by. With Brazil giving us one of the most memorable competitions in recent history, new Italian online magazine Marte.com has transported some of the protaganists of the current World Cup into classic iconic pictures from past editions with the help of digital artist Antonella Iozzolino.