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Irelands opening home game of the Guinness Six Nations is against old foes France in what is set to be the 100th clash between these two titans of the sport.
Since the teams first met Les Bleus have seemingly had the upper hand, dominating on home turf as well as Irish soil. In recent years though the wind has shifted and is now firmly behind the Irish, they will be keen to capitalize on this change in fortune, and hammer home their authority on the pitch.
The atmosphere inside the Aviva Stadium is sure to be electric, the striking bowl shape capturing the fever pitch of the crowd as the players make their way onto the field.
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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.