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Ireland takes on Italy for the Guinness Six Nations 2022 at the imposing Aviva Stadium in what will no doubt be an uphill struggle for the visiting team.
Italy has yet to win at the Aviva Stadium and has only beaten the Irish four times in their long history together so the home ground will be confident of the win.
The 2022 championship should be a massively different affair to the 2021 fixtures, with fans welcomed back to the stadium, creating an unmissable atmosphere.
Corporate hospitality to see Ireland on their home turf is a wonderful affair, with world-famous charm and exquisite dining options providing an unmatched experience.Skip to Hospitality Map
Vavasour West is one of the few VIP matchday experiences available at Aviva Stadium, luckily this official package set in the south stand is a fine choice for any fixture.
One of the most sought-after suites in the Aviva Stadium is the Havelock Restaurant, this premium package is based in the south stand with seats directly outside the suite.
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.
Wales descends on the towering Aviva Stadium to take on the home side for what is due to be a clash of the titans, with Ireland no doubt keen to right the wrongs of 2021.
Ireland faces off against Scotland at the Irish stronghold for another thrilling exhibition between these two rugby titans for the Guinness Six Nations 2022.