Ireland V England International ends after 27 minutes of play when violence erupted in the stands at Lansdowne Road.
On 15 February 1995 rioting English football supporters caused the cancellation of the Ireland V England soccer international at Lansdowne Road in Dublin.
Trouble at the match escalated 27 minutes into the match after Ireland's David Kelly scored giving the Irish side the lead. What followed were some of the worst scenes ever witnessed at an Irish international game.
Match commentators Gabriel Egan and Jim Beglin describe the scenes as they unfolded at Lansdowne Road. English fans hurl seats and pieces of wood down on the crowd from the upper tier of the west stand.
The match was broadcast live on RTÉ Radio on 15 February 1995.