since 1878

International appearances by Town players (All caps)

Player Match by Match

Player  Level  

Kevin OCallaghan

  Date Opponent Venue Result Competition Notes
 29/4/1981[Full] IRELAND v CzechoslovakiaLansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland3-1Friendly 
 21/5/1981[Full] IRELAND v West Germany BWeser Stadium, Bremen0-3Friendly 
 24/5/1981[Full] IRELAND v PolandZopisya Stadium, Bydgoszcz0-3FriendlySubstituted 62'
 28/4/1982[Full] IRELAND v AlgeriaOlympic Stadium, Algiers0-2Friendly 
 3/5/1982[Full] IRELAND v Trinidad & TobagoArima Stadium, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago1-2FriendlySubstitute
 21/5/1982[Full] IRELAND v ChileNacional Stadium, Santiago, Chile0-1Friendly 
 27/5/1982[Full] IRELAND v BrazilEstadio Municipal Joao Havelange, Uberlandia, Brazil0-7FriendlyIreland's record defeat
 13/10/1982[Full] IRELAND v IcelandLansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland2-0European Championship qualifierSubstitute 64'
 17/11/1982[Full] IRELAND v SpainLansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland3-3European Championship qualifier 
 30/3/1983[Full] IRELAND v MaltaTa' Qali National Stadium, Valetta, Malta1-0European Championship qualifierSubstitute 63'
 27/4/1983[Full] IRELAND v SpainLa Romareda Stadium, Zaragoza, Spain0-2European Championship QualifierSubstitute 57'
 21/9/1983[Full] IRELAND v IcelandLaugardalsvollur, Reykjavik, Iceland3-0European Championship qualifierSubstitute
 12/10/1983[Full] IRELAND v NetherlandsDalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland2-3European Championship qualifierSubstituted 74'
 16/11/1983[Full] IRELAND v MaltaDalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland8-0European Championship qualifierIreland's record win
 12/9/1984[Full] IRELAND v MexicoDalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland0-0FriendlySubstitute 45'
 17/10/1984[Full] IRELAND v NorwayUllevaal Stadium, Oslo, Norway0-1World Cup qualifierSubstitute 67'
 14/11/1984[Full] IRELAND v DenmarkIdraetspark, Copenhagen, Denmark0-3World Cup qualifierSubstitute 45'

Notes

Appearances shown above are whilst Kevin OCallaghan was a Town player.

Capped 17 times by the Republic whilst a Town player, 4 times whilst at Portsmouth, 21 in all. Also capped at Under-21 and Youth level.

Source: Rothmans Football Yearbook (33rd Year) 2002-03, (ii) Kickin': Ireland's online soccer magazine, (iii) History of Irish Football

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