Republic of Ireland national under-23 football team

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Republic of Ireland Under-23
Association Football Association of Ireland
Head coach Paul Doolin
First colours
Second colours
Third colours
First international

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland Under-23

0-0 France U-23 France , (Dublin, Ireland; 5 June 1966)

The Republic of Ireland national under-23 football team, is the national under-23 football team of the Republic of Ireland. It is organised by the Football Association of Ireland.

The current Republic of Ireland Under-23 team is restricted to home based players and is effectively a League of Ireland XI. Since 2007 it has represented the Republic of Ireland in the International Challenge Trophy.[1][2] However, in the past, the Republic of Ireland has also fielded under-23 teams using players based overseas.[3]

Matches[edit]

Friendlies[edit]

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland U-230–0France France U-23
(Report)
Dublin, Ireland

France France U-230–0Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland U-23
(Report)
Lorient, France

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland U-230–0France France U-23
(Report)
Dublin, Ireland

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland U-233–0Northern Ireland Northern Ireland U-23
Mick McCarthy
Denis Irwin
John Sheridan (pen)
(Report)

Northern Ireland Northern Ireland U-232–3Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland U-23
Stephen McBride
John Devine
(Report) Niall Quinn
David Kelly (2, 1 pen)
Shamrock Park, Portadown, Northern Ireland

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland1–0Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland U-23
22 Anthony Stokes (Report)

2007-09 International Challenge Trophy[edit]

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland U-232–0Slovenia Slovakia U-23
26 Gavin Peers
33 Killian Brennan
((Report)]

Northern Ireland Northern Ireland U-230–1Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland U-23
(Report) 88 Stephen Rice

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland U-231–2Belgium Belgium U-23
80 Ger O'Brien (Report) 64 Jelle Vossen
93 David Hubert

2009-11 International Challenge Trophy[edit]

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland U-231–2England England C
Paddy Madden 67 (Report) Andrew Fleming 27
Max Porter 63

Estonia Estonia U-230–1Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland U-23
(Report) 42 Shaun Williams (footballer)
Tallinn, Estonia
Referee: Eiko Saar (Estonia)

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