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Ireland vs France: Where to watch the match online, live stream, TV channels & kick-off time

The date of watching the France and Ireland match live kora live today, on 3/27/2023

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How to watch the Euro 2024 qualifier between the Republic of Ireland and World Cup runners-up France.

The Republic of Ireland embark on their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign on Monday when they host France at Lansdowne Road in Dublin.

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Stephen Kenny's Boys in Green are expected to be up against it against Kylian Mbappe and co., who come into the game after a resounding 4-0 victory over the Netherlands. Meanwhile, the Irish scraped to a 3-2 win over Latvia in a warm-up friendly last week.bein sports

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Of course, there is a slight edge to this fixture since the 2010 World Cup play-off scandal, where France advanced to the tournament with the help of a Thierry Henry handball, but it is not likely to weigh heavy on the minds of the younger players.

Kick-off time. kora live

Date:March 27, 2023Kick-off time:2:45pm ETVenue:Aviva Stadium, Dublin

The game between Ireland and France will take place on Monday March 27, 2023 and it is scheduled to kick off at 2:45pm ET.

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How to watch Ireland vs France online - TV channels & live streams

TV channels & streaming options

CountryTV channelLive streamU.S.FS1fubo

In the United States, the game can be streamed live online with fubo - sign up to watch here - or watched live on TV on FS1.


Team news & squads

Ireland team news

There will be a number of changes to the Ireland team that defeated Latvia last Wednesday, with Southampton goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu expected to replace Liverpool's Caoimhin Kelleher between the posts.

Atletico Madrid right-back Matt Doherty wore the captain's armband in the last game, but his place is under threat from chief captain Seamus Coleman, with the Everton defender enjoying more regular game time in the Premier League.

Midfielders Josh Cullen and Jason Knight are likely to come into the reckoning, having been rested, but Will Smallbone's performance against Latvia has given the head coach a dilemma. Sheffield United centre-back John Egan is expected to return to the heart of the defence, while Evan Ferguson, who was recently included in the 2023 NXGN list, will continue to lead the attack.

Ireland are missing a number of experienced campaigners for the game, including Fulham centre-back Shane Duffy, 60-cap winger Robbie Brady and forward Callum Robinson, who has eight goals to his name for the Boys in Green.

PositionPlayersGoalkeepers:Bazunu, Kelleher, TraversDefenders:McClean, Coleman, Doherty, Egan, O'Dowda, O'Shea, Collins, OmobamideleMidfielders:Hendrick, Browne, Cullen, Molumby, Knight, McGrath, Sykes, SmallboneForwards:Parrott, Ogbene, Idah, Obafemi, Keane, Ferguson, Johnston

France team news

The Euro 2024 qualifying campaign marks something of a turning point for Les Bleus, with experienced heads such as Raphael Varane and Hugo Lloris passing the torch to a new generation, while Mbappe has been handed the captain's armband.

Didier Deschamps' decision to give the honour to the Paris Saint-Germain striker ahead of Antoine Griezmann prompted a flurry of controversy and headlines, but the noise has evidently not distracted the players, who put on a polished display against the Dutch last time out.

As such, Deschamps is unlikely to make many changes for the game against  Upamecano and Ibrahima Konate will continue as the centre-back pairing in front of new number one, Mike Maignan. Mbappe, Griezmann and Kingsley Coman will provide the pace and guile to support either Randal Kolo Muani or Olivier Giroud in attack.

PositionPlayersGoalkeepers:Samba, Maignan, AreolaDefenders:Pavard, Disasi, Upamecano, Kounde, Konate, Todibo, TheoMidfielders:Fofana, Tchouameni, Rabiot, Veretout, K. Thuram, CamavingaForwards:Mbappe, Griezmann, Giroud, M. Thuram, Muani, Diaby, Coman

Head-to-head record

DateResultCompetitionMay 28, 2018France 2-0 IrelandFriendlyJun 26, 2016France 2-1 IrelandEuro 2016Nov 18, 2009France 1-1 IrelandWorld Cup 2010 play-offNov 14, 2009Ireland 0-1 FranceWorld Cup 2010 play-offSep 7, 2005Ireland 0-1 FranceWorld Cup 2006 qualifying

With prices starting from €65 for the two games, the bundle ticket deal will guarantee tickets for both the international friendly against Latvia on Wednesday, March 22 and the UEFA EURO 2024 qualifier against France on Monday, March 27 as Ireland begin their qualifying campaign, with both matches scheduled for 7.45pm.

Having already sold the full 23,000 Season Ticket allocation in 2023, Stephen Kenny's Ireland side are set to welcome the World Cup finalists France to the Aviva Stadium for the campaign opener in Group B with the Netherlands, Greece and Gibraltar making up the five-team group.

Ireland last beat France in 1981, a famous 3-2 win in Dublin and Ireland will be looking for an historic result to open their campaign in their bid to qualify for the finals tournament in Germany in 2024.

Tickets will go on presale to Season Ticket Holders & Club Ireland members on Wednesday, January 25th at 10am and to Fan Republic subscribers on Thursday, January 26 at midday before the public sale begins on Friday, January 27th at 10am, with no single match tickets available for either fixture.

Prices for the bundle tickets start from €65 for the Category D section, €80 for Category C, €100 for Category B, €125 for Category A and a Family ticket offer is priced at €200 for the two games (for two adults and two children). Children's tickets are priced at €40 for the two fixtures.

Head-to-head - Republic of Ireland v France

Games Won: 4

Games Drawn: 5

Games Lost: 8

23/05/1937 - France 0-2 Republic of Ireland - International Friendly

16/11/1952 - Republic of Ireland 1-1 France - International Friendly

04/10/1953 - Republic of Ireland 3-5 France - FIFA World Cup

25/11/1952 - France 1-0 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup

15/11/1972 - Republic of Ireland 1-0 France - FIFA World Cup

19/05/1973 - France 1-1 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup

17/11/1976 - France 2-0 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup

30/03/1977 - Republic of Ireland 1-0 France - FIFA World Cup

28/10/1980 - France 2-0 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup

14/11/1981 - Republic of Ireland 3-2 France - FIFA World Cup

07/02/1989 - Republic of Ireland 0-0 France - International Friendly

09/10/2004 - France 0-0 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup

07/09/2005 - Republic of Ireland 0-1 France - FIFA World Cup

14/11/2009 - Republic of Ireland 0-1 France - FIFA World Cup

18/11/2009 - France 1-1 Republic of Ireland - FIFA World Cup

26/06/2016 - France 2-1 Republic of Ireland - UEFA European Championships

28/05/2018 - France 2-0 Republic of Ireland - International Friendly