Wales will begin their World Cup 2018 qualification campaign with a home game against Moldova on September 5, 2016.
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill is satisfied with his side’s World Cup qualifying draw, but perplexed by seedings.
Full details of the qualifying draws for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
England have been drawn in the same World Cup 2018 qualifying group as Scotland.
Find out who the home nations will face as they bid to reach the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Tony Grealish was the late Gaelic footballer who captained Brighton in the 1983 FA Cup final against Manchester United.
St Petersburg is finalising preparations ahead of Saturday's draw for the 2018 World Cup with Sepp Blatter set to attend.
Former Republic of Ireland international Damien Duff has signed an 18-month contract with Shamrock Rovers.
Leicester City want to hold talks with Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill over their vacant manager's job.
Stoke have completed the signing of Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Shay Given from Aston Villa.
Former Leicester City boss Martin O'Neill has been backed to odds-on favourite with Sky Bet to return to the club as manager.
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Irish football chiefs take legal advice over claims Republic of Ireland players were paid not to tackle Lionel Messi.
David O’Leary recalls the moment in 1990 when Ireland reached the World Cup quarter-final.
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has been found not guilty of a public order offence in court.
Keane refuses to give up on the Republic of Ireland's hopes of making it to the 2016 European Championship finals.
Republic of Ireland’s hopes of qualifying for Euro 2016 suffered a setback as they were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Scotland.
Aston Villa admit they are aware of a photograph appearing to show Jack Grealish slumped in the street in Tenerife.
Martin O’Neill insists Republic of Ireland will not give up on Euro 2016 qualification despite being held at home by Scotland.
Irish politicians have decided not to question John Delaney about the five million euro 'pay-off' from FIFA.