The Irish football fan died after the tragic event in the Danish city of Copenhagen.
The Department of Foreign Affairs told Independent.ie that he would provide consular assistance to the man's family.
The police are investigating the death of a 30-year-old, but are not suspected of a foul.
The team of Martin O & # 39; Neilla is taking tonight to Denmark in Aarhus this evening at 19.45.
A spokesman for the Foreign Affairs Department told Independent.ie: "The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade can not comment on individual cases, but we can confirm that we provide consular assistance to a physical family in Copenhagen."
A police spokesman in Copenhagen confirmed that 30-year-old remains were discovered yesterday morning in a city port.
"I can confirm that the man is an Irish citizen, we received a report at 10.27 in the morning on Sunday morning and the man was discovered in the port."
A spokeswoman for the police in Copenhagen added that nothing suspicious about the death of this man appears at this stage.
"There will be no investigation, but it is not suspect," said Independent.ie.
Meanwhile, the FAI expressed its condolences to the supporters' family and stated that an official request was made to UEFA to stop a minute of silence before the start of today's match in Aarhus.
Players from Ireland will wear black bands on the supporter's shoulder.
The FAI said they are continuing their cooperation with An Garda Síochána and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in this matter.