The Republic of Ireland will travel to the Polish city of Łódź to play their UEFA Nations League fixture against Ukraine on June 14.
The Republic of Ireland will travel to the Polish city of Łódź to play their UEFA Nations League fixture against Ukraine on June 14, confirmed by the Ukrainian Association of Football.
The fixture has been moved to Poland due to the war in Ukraine but there was speculation on where the fixture would be played. It has now been confirmed that the match will take place at the ŁKS Municipal Stadium which has a capacity of 18,000.
Stephen Kenny's side will kick-off their UEFA Nations League schedule in June against Armenia (A) on June 4 before they host Ukraine at the Aviva Stadium on June 8. The Boys in Green will conclude their June fixtures against Scotland (H) on June 11 before they travel to Poland to face Oleksandr Petrakov's team on June 14.
All of Ireland's Nations League fixtures and kick-off times can be found HERE
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