Irish Gifting

  1. Bringing back the shamrock - Ireland Premier Jersey

    Bringing back the shamrock - Ireland Premier Jersey

    Introducing the Ireland Premier Jersey. Synonymous with Ireland, the shamrock is rooted deep in the history of the Emerald Isle. The Ireland Premier Jersey reinstates the traditional shamrock crest. A modern twist on the 1985 Republic of Ireland jersey, it is immersed in Irish heritage. The individual design elements tell a story, incorporating Ireland’s history, traditional Celtic art, and sporting passion.

  2. St. Patrick’s Day Clothing Top Picks

    St. Patrick’s Day Clothing Top Picks

    The countdown to the biggest day of the year in the Irish calendar has begun. No, not the All-Ireland final, St. Patrick’s Day! Whether you were born and bred in the Emerald Isle or your great-great grandfather’s brother’s daughter’s twice-removed cousin was from Ireland, it’s time to don the green attire and show your Irish pride.

  3. Michael Collins 100 Years On

    Michael Collins 100 Years On

    22nd August 2022 marks the centenary of Michael Collin’s death. An iconic figure in Irish history, his life and legacy are remembered and honoured throughout Ireland on this date and year-round. Immerse yourself in Irish history and pay tribute to a revolutionary soldier and politician with some of the following Michael Collins events, products and attractions.

  4. What is Saint Patrick’s Day, and why do we celebrate it?

    What is Saint Patrick’s Day, and why do we celebrate it?

    St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most important and highly anticipated dates in the Irish calendar. A day to celebrate our Irish culture with some traditional Irish music and a jig, watching the annual parade, and washing it down with a pint of Guinness. But the celebrations go much further than this small island, with landmarks worldwide turning green for the occasion. From the Empire State Building to the London eye, the Burj al Arab to Niagara Falls and even the Chicago River turning green to honor St. Patrick’s Day. The holiday started as a religious event to commemorate Ireland’s Patron Saint, but over time it has become a worldwide event to celebrate Irish culture and heritage.

    But what is it all about you may ask?

    St. Patrick’s Day Facts

    Ever wondered what Paddy’s day is all about? We’ve unearthed some of the top St. Patrick’s Day facts.

    When is St. Patrick’s Day?

    St. Patrick’s Day is

  5. A piece of home for the Irish around the world

    A piece of home for the Irish around the world

    Céad mile fáilte, a hundred thousand welcomes, to the tens of the millions belonging to the Irish diaspora. Since so many of you were unable to visit the Emerald Isle this year, we thought we could bring a little piece of it to you this Christmas with our heritage range at

    Embracing ancient, traditional and contemporary Ireland, from Celtic knots and crosses, our inimitable O’Neills jerseys bring a new meaning to wearing your heart on your sleeve!

    From our proud history in Dublin to modern day Derry, we want to celebrate the brave and beautiful of our mythical, mystical land. Our 1916 range commemorates the centenary of the Easter Rising