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This game could decide the outcome of the whole tournament, Ireland versus England, the biggest game of the Guinness Six Nations tournament in 2021.
This penultimate game of the tournament, held on Super Saturday, is going to be an utterly thrilling experience. These two sides are arguably the two best teams in the Northern Hemisphere, and their fans are some of the most dedicated.
One of the oldest sporting rivalries in rugby, the matchup has always been fairly even but England have had three victories in a row now, and with the Aviva Stadium being one of the most difficult away venues is it time for an Irish resurgence?
This fixture always invites more corporate hospitality options than usual, therefore expect to see some great views, high-class entertainment, and the usual wonderful Irish food and drink from the city of Dublin.Skip to Hospitality Map
Most hospitality options have no strict dress codes, however, smart casual is generally adopted (no trainers), it is advised to dress for the weather.
An exclusion zone operates on matchdays meaning guests must either walk from the city centre (3km) or use public transport. The closest railway station is Lansdowne Road, which is part of the suburban railway in Dublin known as the DART, and Dublin Bus operates a range of services to the area around the ground.