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Ireland 2022/23 Kits

The Republic of Ireland are nicknamed 'The Boys in Green' and they wear green home shirts with white and orange trim to reflect the country's flag with their kit manufactured by Umbro. The away shirt is white with green and orange accents. The nation's last UEFA Euro appearance was in Euro 2016 where they registered their best finish to date, a round of 16 exit against hosts France.

Ireland Home Kit

Ireland football team were established in 1924 playing their first international against Bulgaria in May. For most of the nation's history they have worn their trademark green home shirts which either feature white or gold trim.

Men's Ireland Shirt

Ireland have had variations between the colours of shorts and socks where they have commonly used white shorts with green socks. Other colour schemes include white shorts and yellow socks seen in 1985.

Ireland wear a kit of green shirts for their home games. This strip has been pulled one by many famous players even if without a great deal of success, a few of the names are; John Aldridge, Liam Brady, Damien Duff, Ray Hough ton, Robbie Keane, Roy Keane, Mick McCarthy, Niall Quinn, Frank Stapleton and Ronnie Whelan.

The Republic of Ireland national football team were accepted into the international community in 1923, though they did not play their first full international until the three - nil defeat to Italy in Turin, in 1926. Following that start, they had not qualified for any international tournaments until Euro 88 in Germany. That achievement was followed by reaching the quarter-finals of the 1990 World Cup. This was the only time that the Irish qualified for two consecutive tournaments. Ireland play their home games at Lansdowne Road in Dublin, the same venue as used by the national rugby side.

Under coach Jack Charlton and Mick McCarthy the nation qualified for their first ever UEAF European Championship where they played in the UEFA Euro 1988 then the 1990 FIFA World Cup. The nation have several players who play in the English Premier League including Burnley's Robbie Brady, Newcastle's Ciaran Clark, and Tottenham's Matt Doherty.

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