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Euro 2025 qualifying: Republic of Ireland to play France at Pairc Ui Chaoimh

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The Republic of Ireland will play their Euro 2025 qualifier against France at Pairc Ui Chaoimh in Cork.

The 45,000-capacity stadium is primarily used by Cork for gaelic games, but the Gaelic Games Association (GAA) granted the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) permission to host the qualifier there on 16 July.

The Republic of Ireland’s usual home venues in Dublin – the Aviva Stadium and Tallaght Stadium – are unavailable for the game.

The pitch at the Aviva will be undergoing renovations after summer concerts, while Tallaght may be used by Shamrock Rovers if they are drawn at home for the second leg of their Champions League first qualifying round tie.

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