Republic of Ireland Packages, Republic of Ireland home games, Aviva Stadium tickets, UEFA Nations League, Euro 2020 Qualifiers - Abbey Travel, Ireland

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Republic of Ireland Soccer


As Official Travel Partner to the FAI, Abbey Travel offer match tickets to all the Republic of Irelands home competitive and friendly games as well as ticket inclusive packages to away games.

During 2019, Ireland will primarily be taking part in the Euro 2020 Qualifiers. Having been drawn in Group D with Denmark, Switzerland, Georgia & Gibraltar and after a memorable Euro 2016 Campaign, Ireland will again look to secure a place in the Finals starting in June 2020. 


Euro 2020 Qualifiers - Home Fixtures

Repbulic of Ireland Soccer

Aviva Stadium - Premium Level Match Tickets

  • Wider, padded seats in the Stadiums Middle Tier.
  • Complimentary Official Matchday Programme.
  • Access to the Premium level bars and cafes.
  • Private entrance with lifts and escalators to the premium concourse.


Fixtures & Price per ticket;

DENMARK - 18th of November - €120

To book, call us on 018047102 or click on the enquire now button.


Irish International Soccer



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 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 next major tournament with be UEFA Euro 2020 with qualifers taking place throughout 2019.

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