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World Cup 2018 Qualifiers


Russia 2018 - World Cup Qualifers

The Repbulic of Ireland have not qualified for a World Cup since 2002 when they reached the last 16 only to be beaten on penalties by Spain. For the qualifying stage of World Cup 2018 Ireland are in Group D with Serbia, Georgia, Moldova, Austria and Wales. 

Abbey Travel will have tickets for Ireland's World Cup Qualifier home games in the Aviva Stadium and will also have away packages from Dublin. Wales v Ireland Package Deals will be very popular.

Click here or see below for the fixtures in 2017  - more details and prices coming soon.


Republic of Ireland Home Games

Aviva Stadium

24 Mar v Wales - World Cup Qualifier,
28 Mar v Iceland - Friendly

Premium level match tickets

Republic of Ireland v Wales and Iceland - 2 match package €200

Republic of Ireland v Iceland - €80

Call 01 8047102 for tickets

 

World Cup 2018 Qualifiers Home

Aviva Stadium

11 Jun Austria, 05 Sep Serbia, 06 Oct Moldova

Register now and we will send you details as soon as we have them

 

 

World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Away

World Cup 2018 Qualifiers

02 Sep Georgia, 09 Oct Wales

Register now and we will send you details as soon as we have them 

 

International Friendly Match

Aviva Stadium

04 Jun Uruguay

Register now and we will send you details as soon as we have them

 

 

Irish International Soccer

 

FAI

Abbey Travel has been the official Travel Partner to the FAI since 2010 and the start of the successful qualifying campaign for EURO 2012. As the official agent for the FAI and we can offer tickets to all Ireland's home games in the Aviva Stadium and the best value packages to away World Cup 2018  and friendly games.

The Republic of Ireland first qualified for a major tournament when reaching UEFA Euro 1988. For the 1990 FIFA World Cup Ireland qualified for the knock-out stages in their first ever appearance at the finals, making the last 16 at both the 1994 and 2002 FIFA World Cups. Under the guidance of Giovanni Trapattoni, the team narrowly lost out on qualification for the 2010 FIFA World Cup during a controversial play-off but went on to qualify for UEFA Euro 2012 and 2016. The team and management are now trying to qualify for the FIFA World Cup in Russia.


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