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

Republic of Ireland Soccer

The Republic of Ireland have not qualified for World Cup 2018 in Russia but will be taking part in the UEFA Nations League starting in September 2018.

Abbey Travel will have tickets for all Republic of Ireland home games in the Aviva Stadium and  packages to any away games, including packages to UEFA Nations league games.

Nations League v Denmark 19 November

UEFA Nations League

Monday 19th November Denmark v Ireland

Overnight package including;

  • Flights 19th Nov Dub Cph 0800*tbc
  • Flights 20th Nov Cph Dub 1400*tbc
  • 4* Imperial Hotel Copenhagen 1nt BB
  • Return Airport Transfers
  • Guaranteed Match Tickets (Ireland Section)
  • Tour Manager


Cost per person €499 + €79 tax  (2 sharing)

Deposit to book €100pp**

*Charter flight times subject to final confirmation **This tour/charter flight is subject to minimum numbers booking

Denmark v Ireland


UEFA Nations League other matches

UEFA Nations League
  • UEFA Nations League
    Thursday 06 September v Wales (Away)
    Saturday 13 October v Denmark (Home)
    Tuesday 16 October v Wales (Home)


Register Now for upcoming Rep. of Ireland Friendly matches

Republic of Ireland Soccer
    Friday 23 March v TURKEY (Away)
    Monday 28 May v FRANCE (Away)
    Saturday 02 June v USA (Home)
    Thursday 15 November v NORTHERN IRELAND (home)



Register Now for Euro 2020

Repbulic of Ireland Soccer

Euro 2020 Qualifying

(Starting March ‘19)

Register below and we will send you information on packages as soon as it's available.



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 202o with qualifers starting in March 2019.

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