Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6.
Arabella Shabalala (above left) and Sienna Castro Darcy (right) from Harold’s Cross Youth Football Club, which has been chosen as one of only 30 clubs nationwide to join the UEFA and Disney Playmakers Programme, which aims to encourage ‘girls to kick start a lifelong love of football’.
The Aviva Stadium lit up in the Pride colours in 2019
Via The Irish Sun:
Dublin’s Aviva Stadium will be lit up in the colours of Pride tonight to show support for members of the LGBTI+ community in Ireland.
The move comes in the wake of UEFA blocking Germany’s proposal to do likewise for their EURO 2020 fixture against Hungary.
Aviva Stadium to be lit up in rainbow colours of Pride tonight in solidarity with LGBTI+ community in Ireland (The Irish Sun)
Ex-CEO of FAI John Delaney and partner Emma English at the Aviva in 2015; tennis balls thrown onto the pitch at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday night
Previously: New Balls, Please
“John Delaney Could Run Anything”
Enough to send you potty.
Supergeezer (front left) and the men of steel this evening
The Aviva Lansdowne Road Nua, Dublin
The Republic of Ireland will join England, Wales and Northern Ireland at Euro 2016 in France next year.
Ireland beat Bosnia this evening at Lansdowne Road Nua 2-0 (3-1 on aggregate) in a play-off to secure their place at the finals.
UEFA EURO 2016 final tournament draw detail (UEFA)
Photo: Football Association of Ireland