The Republic of Ireland will travel to Portugal for their Euro 2024 qualifier with Gibraltar after the Gibraltar FA confirmed that all of their home matches will be played in Faro.

Since September 2018, Gibraltar have played their home games at their own Victoria Stadium under a special dispensation as it does not meet UEFA standards.

This dispensation was granted after the Gibraltar FA pledged to redevelop and upgrade the stadium, but those works have been delayed due to the impact of Covid-19.

Work on the new stadium is now due to start next year but as a result of their UEFA exemption ending, they must now play in Faro until the construction work has been completed.

Ireland will play Gibraltar at the Aviva Stadium in June on next year, with the return leg coming in Faro on 16 October.