Aviva Stadium provides Ireland's national rugby and football teams, fans and spectators, with a home ground to be proud of. It provides outstanding sporting and entertainment facilitys in the heart of Dublin, with a seated capacity of 50,000.
Outside of match days the stadium play's host to national and international events, meetings, exhibitions, conferences, balls, product launches, award ceremonies, dinners, luncheons and much more.
Event facilities at the stadium consist of more than fifty diverse spaces spread over five levels of the stadium. Included in this are 36 corporate boxes varying in capacity from two to seventy people for meetings or events.
RBS 6 Nations: Ireland v France, 25th February 2017
RBS 6 Nations: Ireland v England, 18th March 2017
World Cup Qualifier: Republic of Ireland v Wales, 24th March 2017
Guinness PRO12 Final, 27th May 2017
International Friendly: Republic of Ireland v Uruguay, 4th June 2017
World Cup Qualifier: Republic of Ireland v Austria, 11th June 2017
Robbie Williams Live, 17th June 2017
Aviva Stadium is located on the site of the old Lansdowne Road Stadium which was the world's oldest international sports stadium.
The easiest way to travel directly to the ground is to take the DART, the Dublin urban light rail system. The line actually runs under the West stand of the stadium and stops at Lansdowne Road Station itself.
From Nassau Street at Trinity College (city centre), travel along Merrion Square and Lower Mount Street. Cross the canal and continue along Northumberland Road to the second set of lights. Turn left onto Lansdowne Road. Continue through the next junction. Aviva Stadium is on your left.