AN Argos worker, a gardener and an electrician will try to dent the hopes of Ireland's millionaire footballers when Ireland face Andorra tonight.
Ireland take on a team ranked 201 in the world as their quest for qualification for Euro 2012 continues.
Andorra is a tiny nation in the Pyrenees with a population of just 80,000, just about a Croke Park full house.
The part-time footballers have the advantage of training together twice a week as they juggle their football lives and their professional lives.
The team is made up of an estate agent, civil servant, gardener, postman and a number of students. Andorra's young full-back Jordi Rubio still lives at home with his parents while he studies and collects €50 per game playing for Andorra FC.
The country's only full-time soccer player, Marc Bernaus, earns €200,000 a year playing with Girona in Spain's Second Division.
A meagre 116 supporters turned up to see the country's first competitive victory, a 1-0 victory over Macedonia in a 2004 World Cup Qualifier.
England famously struggled to a 2-0 victory against the minnows in 2008 and their defensive tactics make them an awkward outfit to play against.
The team's selector's only have 300 senior players to choose from.