Ireland national football team (FAI) results


Ireland national football team (FAI) results

This article contains the results of the Ireland team selected by the Football Association of Ireland. It was previously known as the Irish Free State. After a FIFA ruling they became the Republic of Ireland in 1954.

1936

footballbox | date = March 17, 1936

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland [ This was the first game that the FAI referred to the team as "Ireland" ] |score = 1–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|SUI |goals1 = Jimmy Dunne 34'|goals2 = |stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 32,000
referee = Langenus (Switzerland)

----footballbox | date = May 3, 1936

team1 = fb-rt|HUN|1940 |score = 3–3|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Sárosi 7', 48' (pen)
Sas 75'|goals2 = Dunne 12',
O'Reilly19'
Dunne [ [http://www.soccerscene.ie/sssenior/matchdetails.php?id=428 www.soccerscene.ie] ] or Madden [ [http://www.kickinmagazine.ie/international/3536hungary.htm www.kickinmagazine.ie] ] 68'
stadium = Hungária Úti Stadium, Budapest, Hungary
Friendly
attendance = 15,000
referee = Bruell (Czechoslovakia)

----footballbox | date = May 6, 1936

team1 = Rhineland XI [ Unofficial international ] |score = 4–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = |goals2 = Jimmy Dunne |stadium = Cologne, Germany
Friendly
attendance = 10,000 (estimate)
referee =
----footballbox | date = May 9, 1936

team1 = fb-rt|LUX |score = 1–5|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Mart 59' (pen)|goals2 = Jimmy Dunne 9', 86'
Donnelly 65'
Kelly 71', 87'|stadium = Stade Municipal, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Friendly
attendance = 8,000
referee = Bauwens (Germany)
----footballbox | date = October 17, 1936

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 5–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|GER|Nazi |goals1 = Donnelly 25', 69'
Davis 35' (pen), 65'
Geoghegan 58'|goals2 = Kobierski 26'
Szepan 32'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 28,000
referee = Webb (Scotland)
----footballbox | date = December 6, 1936

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 2–3|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|HUN|1940 |goals1 = Fallon 20'
Davis 72' (pen)|goals2 = Titkos 37'
Cseh 38'
Toldi 48'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 27,000
referee = Nattrass (England)

1937

footballbox | date = May 17, 1937

team1 = fb-rt|SUI |score = 0–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = |goals2 = Jimmy Dunne 30'|stadium = Wankdorf Stadium, Bern, Switzerland
Friendly
attendance = 25,000
referee = Lewington (England)
----footballbox | date = May 23, 1937

team1 = fb-rt|FRA |score = 0–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = |goals2 = Jordan 52'
Brown 58'|stadium = Colombes Stadium, Paris, France
Friendly
attendance = 16,688
referee = Krist (Czechoslovakia)
----footballbox | date = October 10, 1937

team1 = fb-rt|NOR |score = 3–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Kvammen 30', 64'
Martinsen 78'|goals2 = Geoghegan 37'
Jimmy Dunne 49'|stadium = Ullevaal, Oslo, Norway
World Cup Qualifier
attendance = 28,000
referee = Bauwens (Germany)
----footballbox | date = November 7, 1937

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 3–3|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|NOR |goals1 = Jimmy Dunne 10'
O'Flanagan 62'
Duggan 88'|goals2 = Kvammen 16', 33'
Martinsen 49'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
World Cup Qualifier
attendance = 27,000
referee = Gibbs (England)

1938

footballbox | date = May 18, 1938

team1 = fb-rt|TCH |score = 2–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Nejedly 3' (pen), 46'|goals2 = Davis 42'
Jimmy Dunne 89'|stadium = AC Sparta Stadium, Prague, Czechoslovakia
Friendly
attendance = 17,000
referee = Barlassina (Italy)
----footballbox | date = May 22, 1938

team1 = fb-rt|POL |score = 6–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Wasiewicz 12'
Wodarz 21', 78'
Piątek 43', 50'
Wilimowski 58'|goals2 = |stadium = Polish Army Stadium, Warsaw, Poland
Friendly
attendance = 25,000
referee = Majorsky (Hungary)
----footballbox | date = September 18, 1938

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 4–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|SUI |goals1 = Bradshaw 1', 20'
Jimmy Dunne 8'
Donnelly ??'|goals2 = |stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 31,000
referee = Mortimer (England)
----footballbox | date = November 13, 1938

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 3–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|POL |goals1 = Fallon 10'
Carey 12'
Jimmy Dunne 68'|goals2 = Wilimowski 17'
Piątek 83'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 34,295
referee = Bauwens (Germany)

1939

footballbox | date = March 19, 1939

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 2–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|HUN|1940 |goals1 = Bradshaw 14'
Carey 87'|goals2 = Zsengellér 35'
Kolláth 50'|stadium = Mardyke Arena, Cork, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 12,000
referee = Nattrass (England)
----footballbox | date = May 18, 1939

team1 = fb-rt|HUN|1940 |score = 2–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Kolláth 41', 86'|goals2 = O'Flanagan 53', 80'|stadium = Hungária Úti Stadium, Budapest, Hungary
Friendly
attendance = 15,000
referee = Bauwens (Germany)
----footballbox | date = May 23, 1939

team1 = fb-rt|GER|Nazi |score = 1–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Schön 38'|goals2 = Bradshaw 65'|stadium = Weserstadion, Bremen, Germany
Friendly
attendance = 35,000
referee = Remke (Denmark)

1940-1945


No matches played due to World War II

1946

footballbox | date = June 16, 1946

team1 = fb-rt|POR |score = 3–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Araujo 7'
Rogerio 17'
Peyroteo 20'|goals2 = O'Reilly |stadium = Estádio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal
Friendly
attendance = 60,000
referee = von Wartburg (Switzerland)
----footballbox | date = June 23, 1946

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 1–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|ESP|1939 |goals1 = Sloan 37'|goals2 = |stadium = Metropolitano, Madrid, Spain
Friendly
attendance = 45,000
referee = von Wartburg (Switzerland)
----footballbox | date = September 30, 1946

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 0–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|ENG |goals1 = |goals2 = Finney 82'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 31,988
referee = Webb (Scotland)

1947

footballbox | date = March 2, 1947

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 3–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|ESP|1939 |goals1 = Walsh 16', 79'
Coad 23'|goals2 = Zarra 26', 59'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 42,102
referee = Barrick (England)
----footballbox | date = May 4, 1947

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 0–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|POR |goals1 = |goals2 = Correia ??'
Araujo ??'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 31,618
referee = Pearse (England)

1948

footballbox | date = May 23, 1948

team1 = fb-rt|POR |score = 2–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Peyroteo 22'
Albano 26'|goals2 = |stadium = Estádio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal
Friendly
attendance = 50,000
referee = Dattilo (Italy)
----footballbox | date = May 30, 1948

team1 = fb-rt|ESP|1939 |score = 2–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Igoa 32', 71'|goals2 = Moroney ??'|stadium = Montjuic Stadium, Barcelona, Spain
Friendly
attendance = ??,???
referee = Szel (France)
----footballbox | date = July 26, 1948

team1 = fb-rt|NED |score = 3–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland [ Recognised as full international by FIFA, the IFFHS and by Netherlands national football team. See also 1924 Results.]
goals1 = Roosenburg
Wilkes ?' ?'|goals2 = O'Kelly |stadium = Fratton Park, Portsmouth, England
1948 Summer Olympics
attendance = 8,000
referee = George Reader (England)
----footballbox | date = December 5, 1948

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 0–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|SUI |goals1 = |goals2 = Bickel 53'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 25,563
referee = Reder (England)

1949

footballbox | date = April 24, 1949

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 0–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|BEL |goals1 = |goals2 = Lemberechts 54'
Mermans 84'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 28,018
referee = Sdez (France)
----footballbox | date = May 22, 1949

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 1–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|POR |goals1 = Coad 35' (pen)|goals2 = |stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 28,108
referee = Le Foll (France)
----footballbox | date = June 2, 1949

team1 = fb-rt|SWE |score = 3–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Anderson 17' (pen)
Jeppson 37'
Liedholm 69'|goals2 = Walsh 9'|stadium = Råsunda Stadion, Stockholm, Sweden
World Cup Qualifier
attendance = 38,000
referee = Baert (Belgium)
----footballbox | date = June 12, 1949

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 1–4|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|ESP |goals1 = Martin 14' (pen)|goals2 = Zarra 30', 36'
Basora 35'
Igoa 86'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 30,171
referee = Ellis (England)
----footballbox | date = September 8, 1949

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 3–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|FIN |goals1 = Gavin 35'
Martin 44' (pen), 68'|goals2 = |stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
World Cup Qualifier
attendance = 22,479
referee = Evans (England)
----footballbox | date = September 21, 1949

team1 = fb-rt|ENG |score = 0–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = |goals2 = Martin 33' (pen)
Farrell 85'|stadium = Goodison Park, Liverpool, England
Friendly
attendance = 51,047
referee = Mowat (Scotland)
----footballbox | date = October 9, 1949

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 1–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|FIN |goals1 = Farrell 65'|goals2 = Vaihela 89'|stadium = Olympiastadion, Helsinki, Finland
World Cup Qualifier
attendance = 13,000
referee = Bronkhorst (Netherlands)
----footballbox | date = November 13, 1949

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 1–3|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|SWE |goals1 = Martin 61' (pen)|goals2 = Palmer 4', 40', 68'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
World Cup Qualifier
attendance = 41,031
referee = Ling (England)

1950

footballbox | date = May 10, 1950

team1 = fb-rt|BEL |score = 5–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Mermans 3', 33', 84'
De Hert 19'
Chaves 56'|goals2 = Duffy 72'|stadium = Century Stadium, Brussels, Belgium
Friendly
attendance = 25,000
referee = Bronkhorst (Netherlands)
----footballbox | date = November 26, 1950

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 2–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|NOR |goals1 = Carey 24' (pen)
Walsh 61'|goals2 = Bredesen 6'
Andresen 11'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 31,215
referee = Pearse (England)

1951

footballbox | date = May 13, 1951

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 0–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|ARG |goals1 = |goals2 = Labruna 54'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 40,000
referee = Leafe (England)
----footballbox | date = May 30, 1951

team1 = fb-rt|NOR |score = 2–3|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Sorenson 14'
Hvidsten 55'|goals2 = Farrell 17'
Ringstead 67'
Coad 82'|stadium = Ullevaal, Oslo, Norway
Friendly
attendance = 20,900
referee = Jørgensen (Denmark)
----footballbox | date = October 17, 1951

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 3–2|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|FRG |goals1 = Posipal 9' (og)
Fitzsimons 40'
Glynn 85'|goals2 = Morlock 63'
Fritz Walter 75'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 29,451
referee = Ling (England)

1952

footballbox | date = May 4, 1952

team1 = fb-rt|FRG |score = 3–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland | goals1 = Posipal 31'
Ottmar Walter 77'
Termath 87'|goals2 = |stadium = Müngersdorfer Stadion, Cologne, West Germany
Friendly
attendance = 80,000
referee = Ellis (England)
----footballbox | date = May 7, 1952

team1 = fb-rt|AUT |score = 6–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Huber 22', 24', 26'
Haummer 36'
Dienst 58', 81'|goals2 = |stadium = Praeter Park, Vienna, Austria
Friendly
attendance = 64,000
referee = Reinhardt (West Germany)
----footballbox | date = June 1, 1952

team1 = fb-rt|ESP|1939 |score = 6–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Coque 3'
Gainza 10'
Cesar 13'
Basora 43', 70'
Panizo 67'|goals2 = |stadium = Estadio Chamartín, Madrid, Spain
Friendly
attendance = 75,000
referee = Leafe (England)
----footballbox | date = November 16, 1952

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 1–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|FRA |goals1 = Fallon 24'|goals2 = Piantoni 67'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 40,000
referee = Alsteen (Belgium)

1953

footballbox | date = March 25, 1953

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 4–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|AUT |goals1 = Ringstead 46', 53'
Eglington 74'
O'Farrell 80'|goals2 = |stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
Friendly
attendance = 40,000
referee = Ellis (England)
----footballbox | date = October 4, 1953

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 3–5|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|FRA |goals1 = Ryan 58'
Walsh 83'
O'Farrell 88'|goals2 = Glovacki 23'
Penverne 40'
Ujlaki 50',69'
Flamion 72'|stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
World Cup Qualifier
attendance = 45,000
referee = Franken (Belgium)
----footballbox | date = October 28, 1953

team1 = fb-rt|IRL|name=Ireland |score = 4–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|LUX |goals1 = Fitzsimons 18', 59'
Ryan 48'
Eglington 62'|goals2 = |stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland
World Cup Qualifier
attendance = 20,000
referee = Bond (England)
----footballbox | date = November 25, 1953

team1 = fb-rt|FRA |score = 1–0|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = Piantoni 73'|goals2 = |stadium = Parc des Princes, Paris, France
World Cup Qualifier
attendance = 32,256
referee = Van Nuffel (Belgium)

1954

footballbox | date = March 7, 1954

team1 = fb-rt|LUX |score = 0–1|report= (Report)|team2 = fb|IRL|name=Ireland |goals1 = |goals2 = Cummins 62'|stadium = Stade Municipal, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
World Cup Qualifier
attendance = 20,000
referee = Aussen (Netherlands)

References

ee also

*Irish Free State national football team - Results
*Republic of Ireland national football team - 1950s Results


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