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How Irish fans in the U.S. can watch Denmark vs Republic of Ireland European WC playoff

November 9, 2017 By Michelle Bonsu
Denmark will take on Ireland in a must-watch World Cup qualifying clash on Saturday, November 11th. provides info for fans to tune into Denmark vs. Ireland, starting at 14:45 EST.

Broadcast info

Who's playing: It's set to be a very tense match as Denmark welcome Ireland for the first leg of their two-part World Cup qualifying match on Saturday evening.

What time: Saturday, November 11th at 11:45 PST/14:45 EST/19:45 GMT/20:45 CET

What stadium: This game will be played at the Telia Parken. Located in Copenhagen, this stadium can seat up to 38.065 fans for football matches.

Which channel:

- In the USA: Fox Sports 2 USA, fuboTV, FOX Sports GO, FOX Soccer Match Pass, FOX Deportes

- In Denmark: Kanal 5 Denmark, Eurosport Player Denmark

- In Ireland: Sky Sports Football, SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Main Event, NOW TV UK, Sky Go UK, RTE 2

- In the UK: Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Go UK, SKY GO Extra, NOW TV UK

- In Canada: Sportsnet Now, Sportsnet World Now, Sportsnet World

*View up to date broadcast listings

Match Facts & Stats

  • Denmark have lost just one of last eight competitive home matches (W4 D3 L1)
  • However, Ireland are unbeaten in six competitive away games (W3 D3)
  • Head-to-Head: Ireland have won five, Denmark three, and five draws
  • In Denmark, Ireland's record is W2 D2 L2 

Preview: How they got here


Ireland ended up finishing second in their group behind surprise winners Serbia, but managed to hold off Wales to pip the Dragons to a play-off spot. However, Martin O'Neill has a bit of a headache on his hands due to the fact that quite a few of his players are walking a suspension tightrope.

In fact, not just a few. Pretty much nearly half his squad, to be honest. Darren Randolph, Cyrus Christie, Shane Duffy, Ciaran Clark, Stephen Ward, Glenn Whelan, Harry Arter, Aiden McGeady, James McClean and Daryl Murphy are all those who are sitting on yellow cards.

Naturally, given the significance of the clash, plenty of pubs are gearing up for the big event:


Meanwhile, Denmark also are pretty much in the same situation, with the hosts having as many as nine players also sitting on yellows as well. Several of their star players, including Christian Eriksen, Simon Kjaer, Thomas Delaney and Andreas Cornelius all will need to be careful in this clash, as any further cautions would cause them to miss out on the next leg.


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