Welcome to Irish Photo Archive where Irish historical images and documents have been made available for you to purchase online.

We sell historical, archived images from every day Irish life as well as significant events in the country’s history.

From an archive of over 3.5 million images you can see the many significant characters that visited Ireland over the years. Have a look and enjoy!

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Dalymount Park the home of Irish Soccer Book by Colin White

What an exciting time to be launching an Irish Soccer Book! We are on our way to European Championship 2016 in France. For a small population we are lucky to have great sporting achievement thanks to our dedicated sports people. Well done to Martin O'Neill and all the Team who have done us proud again.
Tomorrow evening we will have the privilege of meeting John Giles in Dalymount Park to Launch Colin Whites book containing a great pictorial record of Irish Soccer over the years and all the famous teams and players who visited Dalymount, I was surprised at the great images that were captured on wet and cold winter evenings. This will be the must have gift for any Irish Soccer Fan this Christmas so he/she can quote the history over a latte in France next summer.
John Giles Irish Photo Archive  this link will give a sample of the great images we can provide in Fine Art Print complete with certificate of authenticity, embossed stamp, and Guaranteed Irish. from a very reasonable price of just €20 + tax and postage.
Colin White Author and Publisher is Columba Press 
There will be an e-book version also available if your like me and forget to buy that gift on time you can pull the game out of the fire and send the ebook. 

Dalymount Park: The Home of Irish Football is a lovingly crafted pictorial history of one of Dublin’s most treasured landmarks, put together by journalist and lifelong League of Ireland supporter Colin White.

Spanning twelve decades, the book contains fantastic photographs and magic memories from the stadium’s 125-year existence.

Irish legend John Giles, a man who stood in the terraces as a boy watching his heroes gracing the turf at ‘Dalyer’, has penned a heartfelt foreword – a love letter to the place where he began his international career.

“Dalymount Park is and forever will be the true historic home of Irish football. As a football man, it means a lot to me, and I know it means a huge amount to Irish football fans throughout the country.” – John Giles