Monday, February 15, 2010
Ireland to play Algeria & Paraguay
The Football Association of Ireland have confirmed that reland will play friendly matches against Paraguay and Algeria in the RDS on 25 May and 28 May respectively.
The matches will be the last home internationals before the Aviva Stadium, with the first game at the new ground set for 11 August against Argentina.
Ireland have previously only played one full international at the RDS, against Wales in 1992.
Algeria are in England's group in the 2010 World Cup and they will view this game as preparation for the clash with Fabio Capello's side in South Africa.
Ireland also play Brazil in the Emirates Stadium on 2 March.