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363: 31 May 1983

362 vs England - 363 - 364 vs Austria Tuesday, 31st May 1983. K.O. 20:00 1983 British Championship NORTHERN IRELAND (NIR) 0 - 1 WALES (WAL) Venue: Windsor Park, Belfast Attendance: Referee: Goalscorer: WAL: Match Programme: Match Pictures:

342: 29 April 1981

341 vs Scotland - 342 - 343 vs Scotland Wednesday, 29th April 1981. K.O. 19:00 1982 World Cup Qualification Group Six NORTHERN IRELAND (NIR) 1 - 0 PRORTUGAL (POR) Venue: Windsor Park, Belfast Attendance: 18,000 Referee: Svein Inge Thime (NOR) Goalscorer: NIR: Armstrong (75) NORTHERN IRELAND: (green shirts, white shorts, green socks) Manager: Billy Bingham Captain: Martin O'Neill PORTUGAL: Notes: Play held up at the start of the second have and in the 73rd minute when four bottles and some coins were thrown on to the pitch from the Kop.

339: 15 October 1980

338 vs Australia - 339 - 340 vs Portugal Wednesday, 15th October 1980. K.O. 15:00 1982 World Cup Qualification Group Six / Irish FA Centenary Match NORTHERN IRELAND (NIR) 3 - 0 SWEDEN (SWE) (H/T 3-0) Venue: Windsor park, Belfast Attendance: 18,000 Referee: Alex Ponnet (BEL) Goalscorers: NIR: Brotherston (24), McIlroy (28), J. Nicholl (37) NORTHERN IRELAND: (green shirts, white shorts, green socks) Manager: Billy Bingham Captain: Martin O'Neill Match Programme: Match Picture:

335: 23 May 1980

334 vs England - 335 - 336 vs Australia Friday, 23rd May 1980 1980 British Championship WALES (WAL) 0 - 1 NORTHERN IRELAND (NIR) Venue: Ninian Park, Cardiff Referee: J. Hunter (Leeds, ENG) Goalscorer: NIR: Brotherston (22) NORTHERN IRELAND: Manager: Billy Bingham Captain: Sammy McIlroy Match Programme: Match Picture: The Northern Ireland team celebrate in the dressing room after the match Notes: This win gave Northern Ireland their first outright win in the British Championships since 1914 .

Carling Nations Cup - Dublin 2011

Other Tournaments -  Canada Cup 1995  -  Nations Cup 2011  -  Copa Antel 2014  - The Carling " Celtic " Nations Cup took place in Dublin in February and May 2011. All matches were played at the Aviva Stadium (formerly Lansdowne Road). The Republic of Ireland claimed the trophy, winning all their matches. Northern Ireland finished bottom having lost all of their matches. The competition failed to ignite the imagination, with both the Welsh and Northern Irish fans staging boycotts for a variety of reasons. The competition, which had been due to run on a biannual basis, was abandoned after the first edition. Fixtures: Date Results Att. 08/02/2011 Rep. Ireland 3-0 Wales 19,783 09/02/2011  N. Ireland  0-3 Scotland 18,742 24/05/2011  Rep. Ireland 5-0 N. Ireland  15,083 25/05/2011 Wales 
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