2021 Guinness Six Nations Ireland v France
Ireland welcome France to the Aviva Stadium in the second round of the 2021 Guinness Six Nations Championships. With their critical 2020 fixture being postponed, fans will be excited to be back at the Aviva Stadium.14th Feb 2021 Aviva StadiumLimited Availability
2021 Guinness Six Nations Ireland v England
England v Ireland – This is more than just a game, it’s one of the oldest sporting rivalries in rugby. The penultimate game on Super Saturday this match promises to be one of the highlights of the Six Nations tournament. Contact Engage today to ensure you don’t miss out on the craic in Dublin.20th Mar 2021 Aviva StadiumLimited Availability
The Aviva Stadium
The Aviva Stadium is the home of Irish Rugby and built upon the Old Lansdowne Road site. Construction took 3 years to complete and cost in the region of £410 million. When at full capacity the stadium can hold up to 51,700 spectators. Its certainly loud!
The Aviva Stadium takes its name from the Insurance Company Aviva who have the naming rights until 2025.
The Aviva Stadium is one of the most iconic venues for its unique design and layout. The is no better place to be when its packed to the rafters and the National Anthems are being sung by the teams and supporters. Ireland have a fantastic winning record at home against the other Guinness Six Nations teams.
Engage Hospitality provide a range of packages which ensure you get the most out of Dublin and a Test Match at the Stadium. Call today to secure your attendance or Register your interest and a member of staff will be in touch with further details.