|Club: Manchester United
Born: 14 January 1992
Total appearances: 5
International Goals: 1First Cap: Ireland v Oman 11/09/12
Most recent: v Poland 06/02/13
ROBERT BRADY marked his senior international debut with a goal and assist in a 4-1 win for the Republic of Ireland over Oman on September 11, 2012.
The talented winger had proven himself to be a real talent through the Irish underage international teams from under-15 right through to under-21 level.
Brady was a major asset for Noel King's under-21 side in the UEFA Championships qualifying tournament and is now Ireland's top scorer at that level with seven goals.
The young Dubliner made the breakthrough with St Kevin's Boys and was part of the FAI's Emerging Talent Programme before signing for Manchester United.
Brady had a loan spell with Hull City in the 2011-12 season and was pushing for a first team breakthrough at Old Trafford in the summer of 2012.
The winger's brother Gareth plays for Dundalk and was capped by Paul Doolin in an under-18 international earlier this year.
17-06-2013 - Ronan looking to build on past performances against Austria
16-06-2013 - Lawlor out of Austria friendly
15-06-2013 - Tracy set to win 75th cap
15-06-2013 - National and International Fixture List (June 15 - 29)
14-06-2013 - O'Gorman out of Austria friendly
13-06-2013 - Football teams to kick off Ireland's World Univeristy Games campaign
12-06-2013 - Narrow defeat for Ireland in New York
11-06-2013 - Team to face Spain in New York is named
10-06-2013 - Referee Beginners Course this weekend 15th/16th June - Waterford
08-06-2013 - Next stop New York for Ireland