The Republic of Ireland have announced their friendly schedule ahead of Euro 2012 with Giovanni Trapattoni’s side set to play Bosnia and Herzogovina and Hungary in warm-up’s before flying out to Poland.
Ireland will play Bosnia and Herzogovina at the Aviva Stadium on 26 May before departing for a week of training at Florence. That period could feature a match against a local team.
The team will then travel to face Hungary for a match on 4 June.
Ireland’s first fixture in Euro 2012 is against Croatia in Poznan on 10 June.
The team is already scheduled to play the Czech Republic on 29 February and FAI Chief Executive John Delaney confirmed that tickets would be available at low prices for that fixture.
Adult stand tickets will be available from €20, while general admission tickets for children are €10.