Republic of Ireland v England

UEFA Nations League • League B - Group B2

(Home team first)

When


Saturday 7 Sep 2024

17:00 Local Time

16:00 Your Time

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The Football team Republic of Ireland, also known as The Boys in Green, is the national team representing the Republic of Ireland in international football competitions. The team is managed by Stephen Kenny and has been a member of FIFA since 1923. They have participated in three FIFA World Cups and UEFA European Championships. The team has had many notable players throughout its history, including Roy Keane, Robbie Keane, and Shay Given. The Republic of Ireland has won the UEFA Nations League title in 2018 and has also reached the quarter-finals of the 1990 and 1994 FIFA World Cups. Their home stadium is the Aviva Stadium, located in Dublin, which has a capacity of over 50,000 seats. With a dedicated fan base and a strong performance record, the Republic of Ireland continues to be a formidable force in international football.

The England football team, also known as the Three Lions, is one of the oldest national teams in the world, founded in 1863. They have competed in every edition of the FIFA World Cup since its inception in 1930, winning the tournament in 1966. The team has also had success in the UEFA European Championship, finishing as runners-up in 2020. Over the years, England has produced famous players such as Bobby Charlton, David Beckham, and current captain Harry Kane. They are known for their fierce rivalry against other British teams, such as Scotland and Wales. The team plays their home matches at Wembley Stadium, with a capacity of over 90,000 spectators. They have a loyal fan base and continue to compete in major competitions, making them one of the top teams in international football.

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