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Lunchtime KO for Ireland v England
04 Mar 2015 18:06
The FAI have confirmed that Ireland's upcoming clash with England at the Aviva Stadium will have a lunchtime kick-off.
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The last time the two sides met in Ireland was at Lansdowne Road in 1995, when the match was abandoned after 27 minutes following crowd trouble, with Ireland leading 1-0.
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England fans have been allocated 3,000 tickets for the highly anticipated clash, which will kick-off at 1.00pm on Sunday, 7 June.
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The FAI released a statement confirming the kick-off time had been agreed "following discussions with the (English) FA, broadcasters, and the Gardaí."
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The statement read: "The Football Association of Ireland today (Wednesday) confirmed that kick-off time for the Three International Friendly between the Republic of Ireland and England has been confirmed for 1pm on Sunday, June 7 following discussions with the FA, broadcasters, and the Gardaí.
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"3,000 tickets will be made available through the FA for English supporters.
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"Irish ticket sales details will be provided in due course."
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Ireland travelled to Wembley Stadium in May 2013, where the two sides played out a 1-1 with Shane Long scoring for Giovanni Trapattoni's side.
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