Aviva Stadium – Home of Irish Rugby
Ireland’s Stadium at Lansdowne Road
Located at the site of the old Lansdowne Road ground, the Aviva Stadium is the current home of Irish Rugby and the GAA. Exhibiting major sporting events, both national and international, the Dubin ground has quickly found its way into fans hearts since its opening in 2010.
The ground hosts all of Ireland’s international rugby games, as well as the finals of other competitions.
Aviva Stadium Hospitality 2020
Aviva Stadium has some fantastic hospitality facilities. These include private corporate boxes and luxury gourmet restaurants. Think complimentary bars, VIP tickets as well as past and present players making guest appearances. These are facilities not to miss out on, secure your VIP places at the Aviva Stadium now!
Aviva Stadium Sports and Hospitality News
With over 146 years of Irish Sporting History, the Aviva Stadium is one of the most iconic grounds in Europe. From the dip on its northern side, to the dark green seats, it’s unmistakably distinctive.
The Stadium can hold an impressive 51,700 fans for most sporting arrangements, and up to 65,000 for concerts.
Being home to most of Ireland’s international games in association football and rugby, the ground is always packed and packing a fantastic atmosphere.
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Historic and Major Events at the Aviva Stadium
FAI Cup Final – Held annually since 2010, when Sligo Rovers beat Shamrock Rovers 2–0 on penalties.
2011 Nations Cup – The tournament of Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Republic of Ireland won the competition, beating Scotland 1–0 in the final.
2011 Europa League Final – Porto and Braga battled in the Aviva Stadium in this game, with Porto winning 1–0 victory.
Dublin Super Cup – A pre-season soccer tournament featuring Celtic, Manchester City, Inter Milan and a League of Ireland XI in 2011. Manchester City won the competition.
The ‘Dublin Decider’ – A one off event in 2013, seeing Liverpool v Celtic
UEFA Euro 2020 – UEFA announced that the Aviva Stadium will play host to four Euro 2020 finals games, three group stage fixtures and a single round of 16 match.
Other Sports at the Aviva
The Aviva Stadium has hosted a number of other sports, too, not just rugby and football. It has twice hosted American Football games, once in 2012, and again in 2016. It is set to return in 2020, with a further five games to be played between college teams.