Seagulls above the boardwalk on Dublin’s quays. It could be argued that the city’s seagulls are more highly evolved than those in other parts of the country. Photograph: The Irish Times

Seagulls, is it? It must be frustrating to be a Senator intent on getting loads of work done and trying to reform the system from within. You toil day(...)

John Delaney, the FAI’s chief executive, claimed in February that his long-held debt-free prediction of 2020 could be pushed out on foot of a refinancing deal

For the second year in a row, turnover at the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) declined. Annual accounts for 2013, distributed to delegate(...)

Delegates of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) will be asked tomorrow to back a proposal that would see the age-limit of their elected offi(...)

The tombstone of John Parr, the first British soldier killed in World War I, on August 21st, 1914, at the Military Cemetery of Saint-Symphorien in Spiennes, Mons. Photograph: Benoit Doppagne/AFP/Getty Images

President Michael D Higgins is to attend an official British commemoration for the start of the first World War at Mons in Belgium. He will be among (...)

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill, who had talks with Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert concerning Roy Keane.

Martin O’Neill yesterday confirmed that he has engaged in talks with Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert about the possibility of his Republic of Irel(...)

Roy Keane  has asked not to be considered for the managerial vacancy at Celtic.   Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Roy Keane is to remain as assistant manager of the Republic of Ireland after he has asked not to be considered for the managerial vacancy at Celtic. I(...)

Despite all the speculation over Roy Keane’s future, the Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill can still see the funny side of things. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Even Martin O’Neill found himself – when pressed last night – describing Roy Keane’s time so far in the Republic of Ireland set-up as a period of reh(...)

FAI chief executive John Delaney said things are taking a turn for the better in terms of next year’s season tickets

Irish football’s relationship with official attendances has always been a slightly complicated one. When there is a divvy up of gate receipts to be do(...)

Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane, coach Steve Walford, manager Martin O’Neill and coach Steve Guppy at training in Malahide. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill has insisted he would not stand in Roy Keane’s way if he was offered the chance to manage Celtic.The 42-year-o(...)

John Delaney: one of the individuals being sued

The Football Association of Ireland wants the High Court to order US judge John McCarthy III, a former owner and chairman of Limerick FC, to provide s(...)