The Republic of Ireland Under-21 team’s final two UEFA Under-21 European Championship Qualifiers have been rescheduled, at the request of UEFA.
Due to the Iceland v Italy game being postponed during the previous international window, both sides will play their final three Qualifiers next month. As a result, Ireland’s final two Qualifiers have now had their dates changed.
The U21 side managed by Kildare resident, Jim Crawford, will now face Iceland in Tallaght Stadium on Sunday, November 15th. Kick-off is at 12.30pm and the game will be broadcast live on eir Sport.
The team will then travel to Luxembourg for the final Group 1 Qualifier. That game will now take place in Beggen on Wednesday, November 18th. Kick-off time is still to be confirmed
UEFA Under-21 European Championships Qualifiers
15/11 – Republic of Ireland v Finland, Tallaght Stadium, 12.30pm (Live on eir Sport)
18/11 – Luxembourg v Republic of Ireland, Stade Henri-Dunant, Beggen, TBC