Aviva Stadium

The Aviva Stadium was built in 2007 on the site of the former Lansdowne Road stadium and is the home stadium for both the national Irish rugby team as well as the national Irish football team. The impressive architectural structure is quite unique, with a bowl-like shape, and can hold up to 51,000 people for most sporting events, or up to 65,000 for music concerts (for example both Rihanna and Lady Gaga have both played this venue). The Aviva stadium has hosted some of the most exciting sporting events in recent history and this looks set to continue this year.

Transport To The Aviva Stadium

Dublin Bus: 4,5,7,8,18,45,63 drop you within a 300m walk of the stadium along with the 2,3,50,56,77 that will leave you with a 500m walk to the stadium.

Luas Green Line: The Luas is a great way to travel around Dublin and it drops you off 1.5km walk to the stadium so it might not be the best if you are catching a game

Dart: This is the most efficient way to travel to the Aviva as it drops you right at the stadium. If you are travelling to Ireland and you want to catch a game the Aviva is a wonderful place to capture the atmosphere.

For a full list of the events on visit www.avivastadium.ie and if you need a place to stay we are always running special offers for the games.

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