With the Ireland rugby team representing both the Republic and Northern Ireland, "Ireland's Call" was scripted to help cross sectarian and national divides and adopted as the rugby anthem in 1995. However, at home matches in Dublin the Irish national anthem, The  Soldier's Song, is also sung.

Ireland's Call
Come the day and come the hour
Come the power and the glory
We have come to answer
Our Country's call
From the four proud provinces of Ireland


Ireland, Ireland,
Together standing tall
Shoulder to shoulder
We'll answer Ireland's call


From the mighty Glens of Antrim
From the rugged hills of Galway
From the walls of Limerick
And Dublin Bay
From the four proud provinces of Ireland


Hearts of steel
And heads unbowing
Vowing never to be broken
We will fight, until
We can fight no more
For the four proud provinces of Ireland
  1. Parts of the song not usually sung are in italics.
Amhrán na bhFiann
(The Soldier's Song)
Sinne Fianna Fáil a tá faoi gheall ag Éirinn,
Buíon dár slua thar toinn do ráinig chughainn,
Faoi mhóid bheith saor,
Seantír ár sinsear feasta
Ní fhágfar faoin tiorán ná faoin tráill. .
Anocht a théam sa bhearna bhaoil,
Le gean ar Ghaeil chun báis nó saoil
Le guna scréach faoi lámhach na bpiléar
Seo libh canaig amhrán na bhFiann..
Soldiers are we whose lives are pledged to Ireland;
Some have come from a land beyond the wave,
Sworn to be free,
No more our ancient sire land
Shall shelter the despot or the slave.
Tonight we man the gap of danger
In Erin's cause, come woe or weal,
'Mid cannons' roar and rifles peal,
We'll chant a soldier's song.