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Thursday 7 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C


Last month
November 2023
Peamount dominate domestic awards, Irish goalkeeper the shootout hero in Conti Cup
A busy Thursday night for women’s football at home and abroad.
This year
A tale of two cities: Shelbourne up against familiar Irish faces as they fly the flag in Europe
Noel King’s side face Glasgow City tomorrow morning.
'Incredible' - Arsenal close to Emirates sell-out for Champions League semi-final
Katie McCabe and co. welcome Wolfsburg to London on Monday.
Barcelona held to draw but Chelsea’s Champions League journey ends at Nou Camp
72,262 fans watched on as Barca advanced to the European decider.
Arsenal forced to stay in Germany after Champions League draw due to plane problem
Meanwhile, 50,000 tickets have been sold for the second leg of the semi-final in the Emirates Stadium.
Another knee issue for England as early stunner puts Barca in Champions League driving seat
The Spaniards beat Chelsea 1-0 in the first leg of their semi-final at Stamford Bridge.
Last year
Miedema injured as McCabe's Arsenal progress to Champions League quarter-finals
The Dutch star left the field on a stretcher at the end of the first half of the Gunners’ 1-0 defeat to Lyon.
Fixture details confirmed for Shelbourne's Champions League opener
Shels’ are set for a trip to the Slovenian town of Murska Sobota to play at the Fazanerija Stadium.
All time
Chelsea miss chance to seal Champions League progression after being frustrated by Juventus
A disappointing stalemate at Kingsmeadow for Emma Hayes’ side, just days after their stunning FA Cup success.
No further Irish interest in Champions League as Man City exit and Chelsea march on to semis
Barcelona beat City today, while the Blues brushed aside Wolfsburg.
Wexford Youths put seven past Maltese champions to finish Euro campaign on a high
Tom Elmes’ side took six points from a possible nine during their week in Lithuania.
'It's probably the strongest group we've ever been drawn against, but every player will put their body on the line'
Wexford Youths captain Kylie Murphy says her side are raring to go ahead of this week’s Uefa Women’s Champions League ties in Lithuania.
'I couldn't ask much more from the girls' - Wexford Youths go out of Europe on a high
Will Doyle’s girls ended their Champions League campaign with an emphatic win over Cardiff Met.