Ryanair are putting on extra flights specifically for fans to get to the Ireland V Denmark game
It isn't until November, but we imagine they'll sell out pretty quickly.
In a day that most fans would probably rather forget, Denmark destroyed Ireland's World Cup hopes when they defeated us 5-1 back in November 2017.
It was ... not a good day.
However, there will be a chance for a bit of revenge, thanks to Ireland’s UEFA Nations League match with Denmark on Monday 19 November this year.
Due to phenomenal demand, the good folks at Ryanair are putting on extra flights for fans who might want to head over the Denmark at support the boys in green in person.
The departing flight with leave Dublin on Monday 19 November at 9.40 am, giving loads of time to get to the match in Copenhagen that evening at 8.45pm, and then the return flight leaves Aarhus on Tuesday 20 November 3.15pm, leaving enough time for those who might be a little fragile after a night of celebrations to sleep it off.
Ryanir's Head Of Communications Robin Kiely said: "The World Cup is in full swing and Ireland fans still getting over the defeat to Denmark can look forward to a chance for revenge in November. We’ve scheduled return flights to Aarhus for Ireland’s Nations League match with the Danes in November."
Seats are on sale right now on the Ryanair website.