Republic of Ireland National Football Team – Record in Major Tournaments

Republic Of Ireland National Football Team – Record In Major Tournaments

This page covers the record of the Republic of Ireland national football team in the FIFA World Cup and the European Football Championship. In the "Results" section, home results are written before away results. Where the Republic of Ireland only played a team once, (h), (a) and (n) indicate home, away or neutral respectively.

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