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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Away Days

This year
Sligo ease past London and into Connacht semi-final
Pat Spillane scored 1-4 as Sligo ran out 2-20 to 0-12 winners in Ruislip.
Last year
Andy Farrell calls on Ireland to take 'the next step' at Twickenham
Ireland are looking to secure a first win in London since 2018 when they play England this weekend.
All time
Rashford and Fernandes ensure United brush off Granada
The away side sealed a 2-0 victory to take charge of the Europa League quarter-final first leg.
Planes, trains and cat food - the untold story of the Ireland manager's first trip
Stephen Kenny jets out of Dublin this week for Ireland’s opening World Cup qualifier – but no matter what happens it is unlikely to be as dramatic as his first European trip as a manager.
Arteta's young Gunners set up FA Cup clash with Portsmouth
Third-tier Portsmouth await Arsenal in the FA Cup fifth round after Mikel Arteta’s side saw off Bournemouth on the road.
Munster must now muster something special on the road in Europe
Johann van Graan’s men are away to Saracens and Racing 92 in the next two rounds.
Ireland's Euro 2020 play-off likely to be played at 22,500-capacity stadium in Bratislava
The FAI say they have opened talks with their Slovakian counterparts about ticket allocation for the game.
'Just when you think you have got it, a simple mistake like that can come back to you'
Marcell Coetzee hailed Ulster team-mate Jacob Stockdale after a priceless away win in their opening Champions Cup game.
Boly's last-gasp strike earns Wolves valuable win in Turkey
Wolves beat Besiktas in Thursday’s Europa League clash at Vodafone Park through Willy Boly’s 93rd-minute winner.
Deegan impresses with two tries as Leinster survive Zebre scare with bonus-point victory
Leo Cullen’s men came out on top at the Stadio Luigi Zaffanella on Saturday.
'It is what it is. We accept the challenge': Guardiola not focused on state of Newport pitch
Manchester City travel to League Two Newport County in the FA Cup tomorrow afternoon.
Ireland set to play opening Euro 2020 qualifier at 2,300-capacity stadium
Mick McCarthy’s second spell begins away to Gibraltar in March.
Cooney misses out as McFarland rings trio of changes for Racing clash
Marty Moore makes the tomorrow’s starting line-up.
Liverpool fans praised by club and police for 'exemplary' behaviour in Rome
‘Over 5,000 fans made the journey to the Italian capital for yesterday’s semi-final second leg, behaving impeccably throughout, with no major incidents reported.’
'A trip to France is an assault on your senses. It's a good chance to show where we're at'
Leinster travel to Montpellier searching for a first win on French soil since October 2014.
Letter from Copenhagen: After a 15-year wait, Ireland's time for World Cup return beckons
Ben Blake is in the Danish capital, where travelling fans are on the hunt for tickets and paying over-the-odds for pints.
Two first-half goals make it two from two for Ireland as they target 2019 World Cup
Katie McCabe and Denise O’Sullivan got the goals as Ireland beat Slovakia 2-0.
Angry Coventry City fan invades pitch to confront players mid-game
The irate supporter was persuaded to leave the field by Dubliner Michael Doyle.
Klopp returns home to face off with 30-year-old coach in Champions League play-off tonight
Liverpool are chasing a return to the competition’s group stages, while Celtic take on Astana on Wednesday.
Cleaning up weeds and bird sh*t can earn League of Ireland clubs over €20,000
John O’Sullivan, former Cork City chairman and Limerick CEO, on the importance of making fans feel welcome.
Sligo Rovers and Bray Wanderers will compete in Scotland's IRN-BRU Cup next season
Move comes as part of the Scottish FA’s decision to expand the competition.
On the road! Dublin to begin All-Ireland defence away from Croke Park
The All-Ireland champions will make the trip to Wexford Park or O’Moore Park in 2017.
'When I was younger, all my friends wanted to come to Ireland to work'
Legia Warsaw defender Mikel Pazdan and manager Besnik Hasi have been speaking about the Champions League play-off first leg with Dundalk.
'It means absolutely nothing to me, we're just looking forward to getting out of Croke Park'
As Dublin prepare for their first away championship fixture since 2006, Michael Darragh Macauley insists it’s just another game for the players.
Two see red as Saints end Galway's unbeaten home record with comfortable win
Liam Buckley’s men picked up a 3-0 victory at Eamonn Deacy Park tonight.
Fagan proves the match-winner as Saints get off the mark
The St Patrick’s Athletic striker scored midway through the second half to see off Longford Town at the City Calling Stadium.
Roscommon forced to give up home advantage as league clash moved to Longford
Sunday’s Division 1 fixture with Down has been switched from Dr Hyde Park to Pearse Park.
Why are Ireland playing in little old Zenica?
Partisan atmosphere guaranteed in Bosnian fortress with UEFA regulations restricting Friday’s game to just 11,500 fans.
Shamrock Rovers tell Dundalk fans to stay out of home section for potential title decider
The Premier Division holders can clinch back-to-back league wins on Friday night.
Last-gasp Aguero penalty wins it for Man City after Hart's heroics
England’s number one goalkeeper saved a spot-kick in the victory over Borussia Monchengladbach.
Man United give a nod to Busby and the 80s with new away kit
The Red Devils will debut the white strip at Villa Park on Friday night.
Comer's goal dumps Armagh out of championship as Tribesmen stay alive
Damien Comer’s maximum was the difference between the sides today.
Strachan: This is sure to be a special occasion but we've come here to win
The Scotland manager says he will set his team out to earn three points at the Aviva Stadium later today.
6 great sporting trips to take in 2015
Six of the best chances to go abroad and take in some brilliant sporting occasions.
Liverpool are going back to Istanbul after drawing Besiktas while Celtic face Inter Milan
Tottenham were paired with Italian club Fiorentina.
DJ Carey and a wheelchair: Leinster’s first European Cup win in France was eventful
12 years ago, Leinster achieved an important European milestone.
Everton rout Wolfsburg while Spurs and Celtic both draw in Europa League
Seamus Coleman was on the scoresheet for the Toffees.
Road warriors Cork make it three wins on the spin
John Caulfield will be happy with what he saw tonight.
Claw to O'Connell, Everitt to Earls: Munster's Heineken Cup history with Perpignan
Did we mention ROG? Lots and lots of ROG.
Man United launch new black and navy check kit
Here’s what the Red Devils will be wearing away to the likes of Liverpool, Arsenal and Cardiff next season.