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28 mars 2021 — Olivier Thill tried to catch Bazunu off-guard from a free-kick, but the young keeper had the goal covered as he watched the tame shot fly wide.




09 1928–1940 Jimmy Quinn 0. 26 1984–1995 Iain Dowie 59 0. 2 1990–1999 Gerry Armstrong 63 0. 19 1977–1986 Olphie Stanfield 30 0. 37 1887–1897 Most clean sheets[edit] Clean Sheets 45 0. 39 Roy Carroll 0. 4 1997–2017 Michael McGovern 33 0. 48 2010–present Bailey Peacock-Farrell 39 0. 33 2018–present Tommy Wright 0. 35 1989–1999 Alan Mannus 0. 78 2004–2016 Elisha Scott 1920–1936 Jim Platt 23 1976–1986 Alan Fettis 0. 24 1991–1998 A goalkeeper is awarded a clean sheet if he does not concede a goal during his time on the pitch.


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[9] A mistake from Spain goalkeeper Luis Arconada, however, gifted Gerry Armstrong the only goal of the game, and despite having Mal Donaghy sent off on 60 minutes, Northern Ireland went on to record a historic 1–0 win and top the first stage group. A 2–2 draw with Austria at the Vicente Calderón Stadium meant that a win against France would take them into the semi-finals, however, a French team inspired by Michel Platini won 4–1 and eliminated Northern Ireland from the competition. In the 1986 World Cup, they reached the first round.


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10 42 34. 38% 31. 24% Nigel Worthington 22 August 2007 vs. 11 October 2011 vs. 55 -20 21. 95% 24. 39% 53. 66% 29 February 2012 vs. 19 November 2019 vs. 72 26 75 83 36. 11% 38. 89% Ian Baraclough 4 September 2020 vs. 27 September 2022 vs. 36 -9 23 March 2023 vs. 1 0 -1 0. 00% 75. 00% Total 680 174 156 350 706 1266 -560 25. 59% 22.


Win Draw Loss Fixture 2022[edit] 2023[edit] Coaching staff[edit] Current coaching staff[edit] As of 20 March 2023 Position Name Manager Michael O'Neill Assistant Manager Jimmy Nicholl Senior Coach Aaron Hughes Diarmuid O'Carroll Goalkeeping Coach David Rouse Team Doctor David White Head Physiotherapist Caroline Woods Physiotherapists Darren McMaster Neil McCullough Sports Scientist Ricky McCann Analyst Matthew Crawford Equipment Manager Raymond Millar Equipment Assistants Stevie Ferguson Colin McGiffert Manager history[edit] Current manager highlighted in green Last updated after match against Kazakhstan on 19 June 2023.


11 4 13 46 54 -8 39. 29% 14. 29% 46. 42% Billy Bingham 21 October 1967 vs. 22 May 1971 vs. 20 8 3 24 22 +2 40. 00% 15. 00% 45. 00% Terry Neill 22 September 1971 vs. 30 October 1974 vs. 6 16 18 -2 30. 00% Dave Clements 16 April 1975 vs. 14 May 1976 vs. 2 7 15 27. 27% 18. 18% 54. 55% Danny Blanchflower 13 October 1976 vs. 21 November 1979 vs. 5 19 38 -19 25. 00% 20. 83% 54. 17% 26 March 1980 vs.


In 2015, BBC Northern Ireland acquired the live rights to show Northern Ireland's friendlies in the run-up to UEFA Euro 2016, but the next two subsequent home friendlies against Croatia and New Zealand were shown on Premier Sports/eirSport until the contract ended before the 2018 World Cup. Results and fixtures[edit] The following is a list of match results in the last 12 months, as well as any future matches that have been scheduled.


First Game Last Game Pld W D L GF GA GD Win% Draw% Loss% Irish FA Selection Committee 18 February 1882 vs. 12 May 1951 vs. 177 29 27 121 200 568 -368 16. 39% 15. 25% 68. 36% Peter Doherty 6 October 1951 vs. 9 May 1962 vs. 51 9 14 28 67 119 -52 17. 65% 27. 45% 54. 90% Bertie Peacock 10 October 1962 vs. 12 April 1967 vs.


[19] Although there were no specifics to this, Linfield had previously released a study with two proposals, of which the major one would be a £20 million rebuilding of the stadium, raising the spectator capacity to 20, 000. [20] In 2011, the Northern Ireland Executive allocated £138 million for a major programme of stadium redevelopment throughout Northern Ireland, with £28 million allocated to the redevelopment of Windsor Park. [21] In June 2012, further details of the stadium's redevelopment were released. The plan was to redevelop Windsor Park into an 18, 000 all-seater stadium with a series of phased works originally intended to begin in the summer of 2013. The redevelopment would include the demolition of the existing East and South Stand structures, to be replaced by new purpose built stands that would partially enclose the stadium; complete renovation of the existing North and West Stands; and construction of both new conferencing facilities and a new headquarters facility for the IFA.


Before then the Ireland team selected its players exclusively from the Irish League, in particular the three Belfast-based clubs Linfield, Cliftonville and Distillery. On 4 March 1899, for the match against Wales, McAteer included four Irish players based in England. The change in policy produced dividends as Ireland won 1–0. Three weeks later, on 25 March, one of these four players, Archie Goodall, aged 34 years and 279 days, became the oldest player to score in international football during the 19th century when he scored Ireland's goal in a 9–1 defeat to Scotland. In 1920, Ireland was partitioned into Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland. In 1922, Southern Ireland gained independence as the Irish Free State, later to become a republic under the name of Ireland.


Northern Ireland remains, however, the least populous country to have qualified for more than one World Cup finals tournament, to win a World Cup finals match, and to have progressed from the first round of the World Cup finals. Captain of the national side at the 1958 World Cup was Danny Blanchflower, who also captained Tottenham Hotspur in the English league and was twice footballer of the year in England. His younger brother Jackie was also a key member of the national team, and won two league titles in England with Manchester United, until his career was ended by injuries suffered in the Munich air disaster of February 1958. Despite the presence of world class forward George Best, another Manchester United player, for the 1960s and 1970s, Northern Ireland failed to qualify for any major tournaments.


Billy Bingham, a member of the 1958 squad, was manager for both of these tournaments. They have not qualified for any other World Cups since. Recent history[edit] The Our Wee Country mural in east Belfast commemorating Northern Ireland beating England at home in 2005. Lawrie Sanchez was appointed in January 2004 after a run of ten games without a goal under the previous manager Sammy McIlroy, which was a European record for any international team until San Marino went over 20 games without scoring between October 2008 and August 2012. That run ended after his first game in charge, a 1–4 loss to Norway in a friendly in February 2004. The run of 16 games without a win ended after his second game, a 1–0 victory in a friendly over Estonia, with a largely experimental side, in March 2004. On 7 September 2005, Northern Ireland beat England 1–0 in a 2006 World Cup qualifier at Windsor Park. David Healy scored the winner in the 73rd minute.


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17 November 1993 vs. 98 32 31 35 91 107 -16 32. 65% 31. 64% 35. 71% Bryan Hamilton 23 March 1994 vs. 11 October 1997 vs. 34 41 -7 25. 81% 48. 38% Lawrie McMenemy 25 March 1998 vs. 9 October 1999 vs. 25 28. 57% 21. 43% 50. 00% Sammy McIlroy 23 February 2000 vs. 11 October 2003 vs. 17 40 -21 17. 24% 24. 14% 58. 62% Lawrie Sanchez 18 February 2004 vs. 28 March 2007 vs.


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94% 51. 47% Statistics include official FIFA recognised matches only Players[edit] Current squad[edit] The following players were called up for the UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying matches against Slovenia on 7 September and Kazakhstan on 10 September. [45][46] Caps and goals updated as of 19 June 2023, after the match against Kazakhstan.


Rank Player Caps Goals Career Steven Davis 140 2005–present Pat Jennings 1964–1986 112 1998–2018 Jonny Evans 102 2006–present David Healy 95 2000–2013 Mal Donaghy 1980–1994 Kyle Lafferty 89 88 1972–1986 Maik Taylor 1999–2011 Keith Gillespie 86 1995–2008 Top goalscorers[edit] David Healy is Northern Ireland's all-time top goalscorer with 36 goals. Ratio David Healy (list) 0. 38 0. 22 Billy Gillespie 0. 52 1913–1932 Colin Clarke 0. 34 1986–1993 0. 09 Joe Bambrick 12 1.


[47] Recent call-ups[edit] The following players have been called up to the Northern Ireland squad during the last 12 months. Individual records[edit] As of 19 June 2023 after the match against Kazakhstan. Players still active are highlighted in green Most appearances[edit] Midfielder Steven Davis is Northern Ireland's most capped player with 140 appearances.


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From a personal point of view I would like to thank them for their efforts. In 2006, Northern Ireland's supporters were awarded the Brussels International Supporters Award[39] for their charity work, general good humour and behaviour and efforts to stamp out sectarianism. Representatives of the Amalgamation of Official Northern Ireland Supporters' Clubs received the award from UEFA and EU representatives prior to the Northern Ireland–Spain game at Windsor Park in September 2006. Northern Ireland Minister of Culture, Arts and Leisure, Carál Ní Chuilín, the first senior Sinn Féin representative to attend an international at Windsor Park, commended "the very real efforts that have been made by the IFA to tackle sectarianism at their matches" after a match in August 2011.


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