International Rules is played between Ireland and the Basque Country in Handball-Pelota, Ireland and Australia in Interational Rules Football,Ireland and Scotland in Hurling-Shinty,while a number of Rounders-Baseball, Rounders-Softball and Hurlacrosse matches have taken place.
Hurling-Shinty matches have taken place since the late 19th Century when Celtic (Dublin) and Cowal (Glasgow) played the first match.
Eamonn de Valera organised the first Handball-Pelota International while imprisoned in Kilmainham Gaol.
International Rules Football matches between a touring Galah side from Australia and Irish counties were first played in the 1960s with the first full Ireland v Australia series played in 1984.
Football | Ireland v Australia:
Football | Irish Counties v Galahs:
Hurling-Shinty & Camogie-Shinty
Hurling-Shinty | Ireland v Scotland
Hurling-Shinty | Club Internationals
Handball-Pelota | Ireland v Basque Country:
Rounders-Softball | Club Internationals:
Hurlacrosse | Club Internationals: