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World Cup 2022

FIFA World Cup  -  1930  -  1934  -  1938  -  1950   -  1954   - 1958 ( Finals ) - 1962 - 1966 - -  1970   -  1974  -  1978  - 1982 ( Finals ) - 1986 ( Finals ) -  1990  -  1994   -  1998  - -  2002  -  2006  -  2010  -  2014  -  2018  -  2022  - The 22 nd FIFA World Cup will be held in Qatar in 2022. It will be the first "winter" World Cup, being held from 21st November - 18th December. 32 teams will play at the finals.  UEFA Qualification The ten group winners qualify automatically, with the ten runners-up entering the play-off pathway along with the two highest ranked teams from the 2020-21 UEFA Nations League that did not finish in top two of their qualifying groups. Northern Ireland are in Pot 3. << Euro 2020 Qualifying Campaign --- Euro 2024 Qualification Campaign >> << World Cup 2018 Qualifying Campaign --- World Cup 2026 Qualifying Campaign >> Friendly Internationals Match Index

Ireland Amateur Programmes 1906-1929

  Northern Ireland Amateur Programmes 1906-1929 1929-1947  1948-1955   1956-1962   1962-1969   1969-1974 Full   B   U23   U21   Amateur  Junior   Representative Irish League Representative --- 002 - vs England - 07/12/1907 With thanks to Alan Godden

RSSSF

One of the most comprehensive sites on the internet for anyone interested in football statistics is the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). You can easily loose a day searching through it, from results and league tables, through goalscorers and goalkeepers to oddities from across the globe. Here are a few useful Northern Ireland related links: International (Northern) Ireland Mens International Results International Country Results Northern Irelands Womens International Results Women Tournaments Top Appearances / Goalscorers  (overall  100+ Caps / 30+ Goals ) Steven Davis Pat Jennings  ( goalkeepers overall ) Aaron Hughes David Healy Played for Both Irelands  (overall  Played for Two Countries ) Johnny Carey Con Martin Peter Farrell Thomas Eglington Davy Walsh Jimmy Dunne Oldest/Youngest/Longest 100+ Caps / 30+ Goals Domestic Football Champions   Irish Cup Finals League Cup Finals Top Scorers Women's Champions

653: 14 October 2020

652 vs Austria -  653  - 654 vs Slovakia 2020-21 UEFA Nations League  - League B Group 1 Weds 14th October 2020. KO: 20.45 (local time) NORWAY   (NOR) 1-0  NORTHERN IRELAND  (NIR) (H/T 0-0) Venue:  Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo Attendance : 200 (limited home fans-only due to Covid-19) Referee : Kristo Tohver (EST) Assistant Referees : Silver Koiv (EST), Aron Härsing (EST) Fourth Official : Juri Frischer (EST)  Goals : NOR: Dallas O.G. (68') NORTHERN IRELAND : 3-5-2 (white shirts, navy blue shorts, white socks) Manager : Ian Baraclough Captain : Jonny Evans Team : T Carson; D Ballard, J Evans [C McLaughlin 46'], T Flanagan; M Smith [S Dallas 60'], G Saville [P McNair 60'], C Evans, J Thompson [S Davis 85'], S Ferguson; J Magennis, C Washington [G Whyte 75'] Unused subs : M McGovern [GK], N McGinn, L Boyce, K Lafferty, J Cooper, A McCann NORWAY : 4-4-2 (red shirts, white shorts, navy blue socks) Coach : Lars Lagerbäck Captain : Omar Elabdellaoui Team : Hansen; Elabdella

652: 11 October 2020

651 vs Bosnia and Herzegovina -  652  - 653 vs Norway 2020-21 UEFA Nations League - League B Group 1 Sun 11th October 2020. KO: 19.45 NORTHERN IRELAND  (NIR) 0-1   AUSTRIA  (AUT) (H/T 0-1) Venue : National Football Stadium at Windsor Park, Belfast Attendance : 600 (limited home fans-only due to Covid-19) Referee : Petr Ardeleanu (CZE) Assistant Referees : Ivo Nadvornik (CZE), Jiří Moláček (CZE) Fourth Official : Karel Hrubes (CZE) Goals : AUT: Gregoritsch (42') NORTHERN IRELAND : 4-5-1 (green shirts, white shorts, green socks) Manager : Ian Baraclough Captain : Steven Davis Team : M McGovern; C McLaughlin, C Cathcart, J Evans, J Lewis; G Whyte [L Boyce 83'], S Dallas [J Thompson 73'], S Davis [C Evans 73'], P McNair [J Magennis 83'], J Jones; K Lafferty [C Washington 61'] Unused subs : B Peacock-Farrell [GK], T Carson [GK], T Flanagan, M Smith, N McGinn, S Ferguson, D Ballard Booked : C McLaughlin (79'), J Thompson (86') AUSTRIA : 4-4-2 (red shirts, b

Amrit Bansal-McNulty

Name: Amrit Bansal-McNulty Born: 16 March 2000, Hackney (ENG) Height: Weight: Position: Midfielder International Career: Northern Ireland : Under-21 (2020-date) Club Career:   QPR Youth Torquay 19/20 Nov-19 loan Dartford 19/20 Feb-20 loan Como 20/21 loan  Biography: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amrit_Bansal-McNulty https://www.qpr.co.uk/news/under-23s-news/u23s-in-profile-amrit-bansal-mcnulty/ Northern Ireland Under-21 Cap Details:  13-10-2020 Ukraine H W 1-0

651: 08 October 2020

650 vs Norway -  651  - 652 vs Austria Euro 2020 qualifying play-off semi-final Thurs 8th October 2020. KO: 20.45 (local time) BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA  (BIH) 1-1  NORTHERN IRELAND  (NIR) (H/T 1-0) [BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 3-4 NORTHERN IRELAND ON PENALTIES] Venue: Stadion Grbavica, Sarajevo Attendance : 2,000 (limited home fans-only due to Covid-19) Referee : Antonio Mateu Lahoz (ESP) Assistant Referees : Pau Cebrián Devís (ESP), Roberto del Palomar (ESP) Fourth Official : Ricardo de Burgos Bengoechea (ESP) Goals : NIR: N McGinn (53'); BIH: Krunić (14') Penalties : BIH (took first): Pjanić, Hajradinović (missed), Višća (missed), Hotić, Džeko; NIR: S Dallas, K Lafferty, G Saville (missed) C Washington, L Boyce;  NORTHERN IRELAND : 3-5-1-1 (white shirts, white shorts, white socks) Manager : Ian Baraclough Captain : Steven Davis Team : B Peacock-Farrell; P McNair [J Thompson 90+3' {L Boyce 120+1'}], C Cathcart, J Evans; S Dallas, C Evans [G Whyte 73'], S Davis, G Savil
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