Republic of Ireland national football team: Quiz

Question 1: Then in 1920 Ireland was partitioned into ________ and The Irish Free State (the latter in turn becoming the Republic of Ireland after adopting a new Constitution in 1949).
Irish peopleNorthern IrelandUnited KingdomScotland

Question 2:
Who coached the Republic of Ireland national football team?

Question 3: The Republic of Ireland national football team represents the Irish Republic in ________.
Rugby unionAssociation footballAssociation football around the worldOlympic Games

Question 4:
What is Republic of Ireland national football team's nickname?
DEVGRU, Green Team, Seal Team Six
The Boys In Green
Green
Rach, Green, Ray-Ray, Pumpkin

Question 5: For the qualification to ________, Ireland were drawn into placed in the the third, which was based upon the UEFA national team coefficients as of the end of the qualification for the 2010 World Cup.
UEFA Euro 2016UEFA European Football ChampionshipUEFA Euro 2008UEFA Euro 2012

Question 6: During the tournament the team had an audience with ________, and were the only team to do so.
Pope Pius XIPope Paul VIPope John Paul IICatholic Church

Question 7: Managers from the periods in which the national side was known as the Irish Free State or simply Ireland are obscure and many are not current known, however it is known that ________ and Bill Lacey managed the side in the 1930s.
Johnny CareyJohnny GilesAlex StevensonVal Harris

Question 8: A run of poor results in the late 1960s and early 1970s followed until ________ became player-manager in the 1970s.
Bobby MooreJohnny GilesBryan RobsonGeorge Best

Question 9: ________
Northern Ireland national under-21 football teamEngland national under-21 football teamScotland national under-21 football teamRepublic of Ireland under-21 national football team

Question 10: This was followed by the debut of a young ________ and results improved markedly.
John Barnes (footballer)Alan MulleryLiam BradyKenny Dalglish

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