John Eustace appointed Ireland assistant coach


John Eustace appointed Ireland assistant coach

The Football Association of Ireland is pleased to announce the appointment of John Eustace as Assistant Coach with the Republic of Ireland Senior Men's Team.
21st Mar 2022

The former Coventry City, Watford and Derby County midfielder, who is currently assistant manager at Championship side QPR, joins Stephen Kenny's staff ahead of the international friendly matches against Belgium and Lithuania and will be in situ for the UEFA 2024 European Championship qualifying campaign.

John will remain in his existing role with QPR and link up with the Ireland squad in the international windows.

John Eustace said: "I'm delighted to join the Republic of Ireland coaching staff and excited to link up with the squad this week for the matches against Belgium and Lithuania. The opportunity to join Stephen Kenny's coaching staff is an exciting prospect and I'm looking forward to working with this young group of players.”

Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny said: “John has been assistant manager with Queens Park Rangers for four years and has established himself as an accomplished and well-respected coach. He is an excellent addition to the coaching team and we’re looking forward to linking up for the two matches against Belgium and Lithuania, and for the season ahead.”