Aviva Stadium, the home of Irish rugby and football, has an amazing history spanning nearly 150 years and is unlike any other sporting ground in Ireland.
The stadium regularly plays host to some of the biggest rugby matches in the world, including the world-famous Guinness 6 Nations and the Guinness Autumn Series. The iconic bowl shape and undulating roof structure are striking features on the Dublin landscape, instantly recognizable and immediately awe-inspiring.
Whilst the Aviva Stadium is primarily a rugby venue, the grounds were also used as part of UEFA Euro 2020 as part of 3 group matches and a Round of 16.
The relatively small capacity of the stadium compared with its six nations brethren means that the atmosphere is always highly charged and full of camaraderie, an ideal place in which to entertain important guests.
Irelands first match of the Guinness Autumn Series is against Japan whose stunning rise in rugby world rankings proves the game is never in the bag.
Ireland takes on New Zealand for their penultimate match of the Autumn Internationals in 2021, in what is sure to be an exciting conclusion of the series.
Ireland takes on the unshakeable Pumas for their final fixture of the Autumn Internationals 2021. Argentina has yet to win on Irish soil; could this be the year they succeed?
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 the Italian threat head-on at the Aviva Stadium for the Guinness Six Nations 2022. Will this be the year that Italy takes the prize they have been after for so long?
Ireland faces off against Scotland at the Irish stronghold for another thrilling exhibition between these two rugby titans for the Guinness Six Nations 2022.
Round two of the Guinness Six Nations 2021 tournament sees Irelands first Home game of the tournament against old foes France, in what is set to be their 100th clash!
Ireland waits to greet their greatest foe for their last home game and the penultimate game of the Guinness Six Nations in 2021, with both sides looking great in could be anyone’s game.
On match days there are five coloured routes to follow to access the stadium, which is dictated by the colour stated on your event ticket.
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.