Republic of Ireland vs France
Two-match ticket bundle for March announced
With prices starting from €65 for the two games, the bundle ticket deal will guarantee tickets for both the international friendly against Latvia on Wednesday, March 22 and the UEFA EURO 2024 qualifier against France on Monday, March 27 as Ireland begin their qualifying campaign, with both matches scheduled for 7.45pm.
Having already sold the full 23,000 Season Ticket allocation in 2023, Stephen Kenny's Ireland side are set to welcome the World Cup finalists France to the Aviva Stadium for the campaign opener in Group B with the Netherlands, Greece and Gibraltar making up the five-team group.
Ireland last beat France in 1981, a famous 3-2 win in Dublin and Ireland will be looking for an historic result to open their campaign in their bid to qualify for the finals tournament in Germany in 2024.
Tickets will go on presale to Season Ticket Holders & Club Ireland members on Wednesday, January 25th at 10am and to Fan Republic subscribers on Thursday, January 26 at midday before the public sale begins on Friday, January 27th at 10am, with no single match tickets available for either fixture.
Prices for the bundle tickets start from €65 for the Category D section, €80 for Category C, €100 for Category B, €125 for Category A and a Family ticket offer is priced at €200 for the two games (for two adults and two children). Children's tickets are priced at €40 for the two fixtures.
All you need to know | Republic of Ireland v France
With kick-off at 7.45pm, the opening match of the campaign at the Aviva Stadium under the lights will be one to remember as Ireland look to secure an historic result against the World Cup finalists.
Ticket details for the match are set to be announced soon so keep checking this website for updates or subscribe to our Fan Republic newsletter for exclusive pre-sale access.
Fixture: Republic of Ireland v France
Competition: UEFA EURO 2024 qualifying
Venue: Aviva Stadium
Date: Monday, March 27
Tickets: Presale | Wednesday, January 25. Public | Friday, January 27
Last Five Matches
Republic of Ireland: WLWLD
Ireland have secured two wins and a draw in their last five matches with two defeats coming against Norway and Scotland.
Stephen Kenny's side secured victories over Malta in an international friendly in Ta'Quli and an excitjng 3-2 win over Armenia at the Aviva Stadium, with the draw coming against a strong Ukraine team, a 1-1 draw in Łódź.
France reached the World Cup final where they secured a 3-3 draw against winners Argentina before they suffered penalty heart-break. The three victories which saw them reach the final were against Morocco, England & Poland whilst they suffered defeat in their final group game against Tunisia.
Head-to-head - Republic of Ireland v France
Games Won: 4
Games Drawn: 5
Games Lost: 8
23/05/1937 - France 0-2 Republic of Ireland - International Friendly
16/11/1952 - Republic of Ireland 1-1 France - International Friendly
04/10/1953 - Republic of Ireland 3-5 France - FIFA World Cup
25/11/1952 - France 1-0 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup
15/11/1972 - Republic of Ireland 1-0 France - FIFA World Cup
19/05/1973 - France 1-1 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup
17/11/1976 - France 2-0 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup
30/03/1977 - Republic of Ireland 1-0 France - FIFA World Cup
28/10/1980 - France 2-0 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup
14/11/1981 - Republic of Ireland 3-2 France - FIFA World Cup
07/02/1989 - Republic of Ireland 0-0 France - International Friendly
09/10/2004 - France 0-0 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup
07/09/2005 - Republic of Ireland 0-1 France - FIFA World Cup
14/11/2009 - Republic of Ireland 0-1 France - FIFA World Cup
18/11/2009 - France 1-1 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup
26/06/2016 - France 2-1 Republic of Ireland - UEFA European Championships
28/05/2018 - France 2-0 Republic of Ireland - International Friendly
Famous Win - Republic of Ireland 3-2 France - November 1981 (pictured)
Ireland Goalscorers: Phillippe Mahut (og 5), Frank Stapleton (25), Michael Robinson (40)
France Goalscorers: Bruno Bellone (9), Michel Platini (83)
Venue: Lansdowne Road
Referee: Roif Eriksson
Ireland Team: Seamus McDonagh (GK), Chris Hughton, Dave Langan, Mark Lawrenson, Kevin Moran, David O'Leary, Liam Brady (C), Mick Martin, Ronnie Whelan, Michael Robinson, Frank Stapleton (Don Givens 87).