The Republic of Ireland women’s side have made history.
They’ve qualified for a Women’s World Cup finals for the very first time, courtesy of a 1-nil win over Scotland in their playoff at Hampden Park.
Donegal’s Amber Barrett scored the only goal of the game with eighteen minutes to go.
In the first half, Courtney Brosnan saved a Caroline Weir penalty.
Ireland were helped to automatic qualification as Iceland lost 4-1 to Portugal after extra-time.
Switzerland will join Ireland in the draw, after they beat Wales 2-1 after extra-time in Zurich.
The draw for the finals will take place on Saturday-week in Auckland.
Meanwhile, The FAI and women's national team manager, Vera Pauw, have apologised for any offence caused by a song sung by players in the dressing room after their World Cup qualification last night.
The pro-IRA chant was circulated on social media today, after their play-off win over Scotland.
Vera Pauw says there will be a review with the players to remind them of their responsibilities.
She says the incident has cast a shadow over the win.