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European Qualifiers Group D

Saturday, 05 June 2004

  • 19:00 Friendly MatchHolland 0-1 Rep Ireland

Wednesday, 02 June 2004

  • 19:45 Friendly MatchJamaica 0-1 Rep Ireland

Saturday, 29 May 2004

  • 15:00 Friendly MatchRep Ireland 0-3 Nigeria

Thursday, 27 May 2004

  • 19:45 Friendly MatchRep Ireland 1-0 Romania

Wednesday, 28 April 2004

  • 17:00 Friendly MatchPoland 0-0 Rep Ireland

Wednesday, 31 March 2004

  • 19:30 International MatchRep Ireland 2-1 Czech Rep

Wednesday, 18 February 2004

  • 19:30 International MatchRep Ireland 0-0 Brazil

Tuesday, 18 November 2003

  • 19:30 Friendly MatchRep Ireland 3-0 Canada

Saturday, 11 October 2003

  • 16:30 European QualifiersSwitzerland 2-0 Rep Ireland

Tuesday, 09 September 2003

  • 19:30 International MatchRep Ireland 2-2 Turkey

Saturday, 06 September 2003

  • 16:00 European QualifiersRep Ireland 1-1 Russia

Tuesday, 19 August 2003

  • 19:30 Friendly MatchRep Ireland 2-1 Australia

Wednesday, 11 June 2003

  • 19:30 European QualifiersRep Ireland 2-0 Georgia

Saturday, 07 June 2003

  • 15:00 European QualifiersRep Ireland 2-1 Albania

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