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Aviva Stadium: How to get there and how to buy tickets (2022)

The stadium was built in 2005 and has a capacity of 82,500. The Aviva Stadium is the national stadium of Ireland and the playing venue for the Irish national team. It also hosts most of the nation's major rugby matches. The stadium was built in 2005 and has a capacity of 82,500 people.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Saturday, 02.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

It is located in Aviva Park, Dublin. The national stadium of Ireland, Aviva Stadium, is the playing venue of the Irish national team as well as hosting most of the nation's major rugby matches. It is located in Aviva Park in Dublin. The old Lansdowne Road Stadium was demolished in 2007 and construction of the new Aviva Stadium started right after. The stadium was designed by Populous and finished in early 2010, with a price tag of $410 million.

The Aviva Stadium officially opened on 14 May 2010. First football was played on 4 August 2010 when a League of Ireland side hosted Manchester United for a friendly (1-7).

The stadium was the playing venue of the Europa League final between FC Porto and SC Braga in 2011.

Aviva Stadium was not chosen as one of the initial playing venues for the Euro 2020 Championships because it could not assure spectators would be admitted due to Covid-19.

The stadium has a distinctive curvilinear shape made to ensure that the surrounding houses get plenty of sunlight. It has a capacity of 10,000 premium seats and 1,300 seats in corporate boxes.

How to get to Aviva Stadium

The Aviva Stadium is located in central Dublin in the Ballsbridge area. It is about 2 kilometres from the city centre and can be reached by walking (20 to 30 minutes) or by taking public transportation (bus, rail, or tube). From Connolly or Pearse stations, take a DART train southbound. Get off at station Lansdowne Road, which is next to the stadium.

From the Temple Bar area take bus 7 to Loughlinstown/Cherrywood.

Address: Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4

Eat, drink, and sleep near Aviva Stadium

The stadium itself is quite new, having been built in 2001. It has a capacity of 76,500 and is owned by the Israeli football association. The Aviva Stadium is located in a residential area with few restaurants or bars near by. In terms of accessing the stadium, you will likely encounter pubs while on your way. The stadium was built in 2001 and has a capacity of 76,500. It is owned by the Israeli football association. Ariel House and Butler's Townhouse are two hotels that are only a few minutes walking from the stadium. Both receive excellent reviews. Ballsbridge Hotel, Roxford Lodge Hotel, and Grand Canal Hotel are other well-rated options.

For a list of hotels near Aviva Stadium, click here. For other options in central Dublin, click here.

Rep. of Ireland Tickets

Ticket sales for Republic of Ireland home games go via the Irish FA.

Aviva Stadium tours

Guided stadium tours are offered at Aviva Stadium that include the dressing rooms, players tunnel, dugouts, and press areas. Tours run every day at 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, and 4:00. You don't have to book in advance, but it is recommended to do so. You can call the number +353 1 238 2300 or email [email protected] to book a tour.

The tour costs ?5.00.

Relevant Internet links

The Aviva Stadium is the official website of the stadium, andVisitDublin.com is the official online tourist office for Dublin. Irishrail.ie provides information about Ireland's rail and travel network. Dublinbus.ie provides information about the Dublin bus network. Wojciech wrote: March 30, 2015 at 7:12 pm Great stadium! It looks amazing both outside and inside. I went to watch the Euro 2016 qualifier between Ireland and Poland. The atmosphere was fantastic. We walked from the city center and it took us about 40 minutes. There is quality food sold in kiosks around the stadium, but no alcohol was sold on that day. I would go there again any day.

The stadium is great and looks amazing both outside and inside. I went to watch the Euro 2016 qualifier between Ireland and Poland and the atmosphere was cracking. Quality food is sold in kiosks around the stadium so there's no need to venture far for a bite to eat. There was no alcohol sold on that day, which I found slightly disappointing as I love a good drink. I would go there again any day - it's definitely a place worth visiting!

William Hunt wrote: 15 February 2015 at 10:06 am Three quarters of a wonderful stadium! It really does seem absurd not to finish it properly, though. It's the National Stadium for heaven's sake! The residents to the north could surely be relocated and suitably compensated to make way for this.

Three-quarters of a wonderful stadium! It really does seem absurd not to finish it properly, though. It's the National Stadium for heaven's sake! The residents to the north could surely be relocated and suitably compensated to make way for this.

Cian Deasy wrote: 13 April 2014 at 8:21pm I went to an autumn rugby international a year or two ago, Ireland v Argentina. Only about 40,000 attendance, but a great atmosphere nonetheless. I wish that pint-sized end stand was made a little bigger, it takes away from the atmosphere. Great facility, though. Very clean and modern.

I went to an autumn rugby international a year or two ago, Ireland v Argentina. Only about forty thousand attendance, but a great atmosphere nonetheless. I wish the pint-sized end stand was made a little bigger, it takes away from the atmosphere. The facility is great, though. Very clean and modern.

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    The stadium was built in 2005 and has a capacity of 82,500. The Aviva Stadium is the national stadium of Ireland and the playing venue for the Irish national team. It also hosts most of the nation's major rugby matches. The stadium was built in 2005 and has a capacity of 82,500 people.

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