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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.The team had won the competition eight times, taking the title outright on three occasions.They were the last winners of the now defunct competition held in 1984, and hence still are the British champions, and the trophy remains the property of the Irish FA.On 3 March 1888, they lost 11–0 to Wales and three weeks later, on 24 March, lost 10–2 to Scotland.

From 1882 to 1921 all of Ireland was represented by a single side, the Ireland national football team, organised by the Irish Football Association (IFA).In 1884, Ireland competed in the inaugural British Home Championship and lost all three games.Ireland did not win their first game until 19 February 1887, a 4–1 win over Wales in Belfast.At UEFA Euro 2016, the team made its first appearance at the European tournament and reached the second round.On 18 February 1882, 15 months after the founding of the Irish FA, Ireland made their international debut against England, losing 13–0 in a friendly played at Bloomfield in Belfast.

From 1882 to 1921 all of Ireland was represented by a single side, the Ireland national football team, organised by the Irish Football Association (IFA).

In 1884, Ireland competed in the inaugural British Home Championship and lost all three games.

Ireland did not win their first game until 19 February 1887, a 4–1 win over Wales in Belfast.

At UEFA Euro 2016, the team made its first appearance at the European tournament and reached the second round.

On 18 February 1882, 15 months after the founding of the Irish FA, Ireland made their international debut against England, losing 13–0 in a friendly played at Bloomfield in Belfast.

Although part of the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland has always had a representative side that plays in major professional tournaments – whether alongside the rest of Ireland pre-1922 or as its own entity – though not in the Olympic Games, as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has always recognised United Kingdom representative sides.