Eastern Region IRL will face Dolnośląski in two friendlies as the host team take to the road in the run-up to the UEFA Regions' Cup finals in the Republic of Ireland.
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Irish fans will get a sneak preview of what awaits at this summer's UEFA Regions' Cup when the host side, Eastern Region IRL, take on Polish contenders Dolnośląski in two exhibition games in the run-up to the finals draw on 30 March.
While the final tournament will be staged in Dublin, Gerry Smith's side will take to the road to showcase their skills, taking on Dolnośląski at Galway's Eamonn Deacy Park on Tuesday 24 March (19.00 local time) and again at Turners Cross Stadium, Cork, two days later (19.00 local time).
The ninth edition of the UEFA Regions' Cup – the world's top tournament for amateur players – will conclude on 4 July. The finals feature two four-team groups, the top side in each section progressing to the decider. Eastern Region and Dolnośląski – winners in 2007 – both qualified for the finals as winners of one of the eight intermediary round groups.