# Aviva Stadium

This week
26th March 2023 - 31st March 2023
# 12th man
'It was the best atmosphere I have ever played in'
Jayson Molumby paid tribute to Ireland’s fans and his teammates on a bittersweet night.
Last month
March 2023
# Glory Days
Ireland finish over the top of England to claim glorious Grand Slam
There were nervy moments but Andy Farrell’s side had too much for 14-man England.
# Glory Days
Ireland finish over the top of England to claim glorious Grand Slam
There were nervy moments but Andy Farrell’s side had too much for 14-man England.
# Goat
'When you stand next to Johnny Sexton, you feel pretty special'
The Ireland captain will play his last Six Nations game tomorrow in Dublin.
This year
# Jouez
The world's two best teams battle for Six Nations supremacy in Dublin today
Ireland and France are both missing key players for what should be an epic encounter.
No Aviva Stadium send-off 'a shame' for World Cup-bound Ireland
Vera Pauw’s side can’t play at Lansdowne Road this summer due to ‘scheduled pitch redevelopment work’.
Last year
# nerves of steel
Byrne's late penalty sees Ireland scrape past Wallabies in Dublin
The Leinster out-half held his nerve to decide a poor Test match at the Aviva Stadium.
# Ringsend
Eight people were arrested as violence broke out between rival fans ahead of the FAI Cup final
Seven were cautioned and one man was charged and will appear in court.
# onto the next one
Timoney double helps Farrell's Ireland to scrappy win over 14-man Fiji
There was plenty of frustration for Ireland even as they scored five tries in a 35-17 win.
# free booze
'Absolute pandemonium': Free food and drink at Aviva Stadium following payment processing issue
The match, which was held on Saturday, saw card payments go down from 5.30pm until 7.30pm.
# ukrainian refugees
Aviva Stadium being temporarily used to host Ukrainian refugees
It is understood that these refugees will be moved onto separate accommodation tomorrow after spending a week at the stadium.
# Boo Boys
Scotland fans ‘completely correct’ to boo, admits Andy Robertson
The visitors went down to a 3-0 Nations League defeat to the Republic of Ireland.
# Derby
Munster set for away URC quarter-final as Leinster prove too strong at the Aviva
Johann van Graan’s side will travel to play Ulster while Leinster will host Glasgow Warriors in the last eight.
# Team news
Munster welcome back Conway as Larmour and Baird return for Leinster
The teams have been named for tomorrow’s inter-pro at the Aviva.
# Final Destination
Aviva Stadium to host 2023 Champions Cup and Challenge Cup finals
The finals were originally scheduled to be staged at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.
# AIL Final
'The atmosphere at our games is like something you'd get at a pro game'
Ex-Munster and Leicester back row Jordan Coghlan has loved his AIL return with Terenure.
# Discipline
Friend rues 'brainless moments' as Connacht get blown away by Leinster
Bundee Aki and Jack Aungier were both shown yellow cards in the Champions Cup clash.
# Four LoweKo
Lowe bags 4 as Leinster demolish Connacht to power into Champions Cup QFs
Leo Cullen’s side were in scintillating form in the sun at the Aviva Stadium.
# second leg
Connacht must muster a huge upset with Leinster the firm favourites in Dublin
The returns of Andrew Porter and Rónan Kelleher will likely add to Leinster’s power.
# Pole Position
UK and Ireland expected to be confirmed as Euros hosts with no rival bids on the table
The deadline is this Wednesday.
# surprise selection
'Finn will support Blair' - Scotland boss Townsend makes big call for Ireland game
Blair Kinghorn starts at 10 against Ireland, with Finn Russell dropping to the bench.
# Preview
Top-of-the-table clash the highlight of this week's AIL fixtures
It’s first against second, as Clontarf take on Lansdowne.
# Trading Places
Munster and Leinster agree URC fixture switch due to Ed Sheeran concerts
Munster will now host Leinster at Thomond Park on 2 April, with the reverse fixture taking place at the Aviva Stadium in May.
# Dominant
Hansen stars as impressive Ireland power to bonus-point win over Wales
Andrew Conway scored twice as Ireland dominated the Welsh in Dublin.
All time
# Garda Appeal
Gardaí appeal for witnesses to street violence outside Irishtown pub ahead of FAI Cup final
Damage was caused to a number of vehicles outside the premises during the incident and a number of people were assaulted.
# clean sweep
Farrell's Ireland finish autumn in style with battering of Argentina
Wins over Japan, New Zealand, and the Pumas send Ireland towards the 2022 Six Nations with belief.
# Thriller
Farrell's brilliant Ireland power to thrilling victory over the All Blacks in Dublin
It’s just the third senior men’s Irish win over New Zealand in history.
# Next Level
New ground for Farrell's Ireland against world number one All Blacks
Ireland beat the Kiwis the last time they visited and it will take a huge performance again today.
# talking point
Last night proved one thing - we do have the players
Ireland earned a creditable draw and could easily have beaten a Portugal team featuring Cristiano Ronaldo.
# Hammering
Ireland obliterate Japan with slick performance as Sexton marks 100th in style
Ireland’s attack was superb as forwards and backs linked for some stunning scores.
Ireland v Japan, Autumn Nations Series
Relive all the action as it happened from the Aviva Stadium.
# College Football Classic
Notre Dame to host Navy at Aviva Stadium in 2023 College Football season opener
The game is scheduled for the Lansdowne Road venue on Saturday, 26 August 2023.
# Old kids in town
Eagles to play Aviva Stadium next summer
Little Big Town will join the show as part of Eagles’ 50th-anniversary tour.
# Derby
Connacht lose Aki to injury as Ulster welcome back some big guns
The Ireland centre has picked up a knee injury but should be back in training next week.
Republic of Ireland v Qatar, international friendly
Relive all the magic as Ireland secure a first home win under Stephen Kenny.
# Attendance
75% capacity approved for Leinster's opening URC fixture at Aviva Stadium
Leo Cullen’s side face the Vodacom Bulls on Saturday, 25 September.
# teenage dreams
The 19-year-old who lit up the Aviva
Andrew Omobamidele made his full debut in Ireland’s draw with Serbia.
# Ticket Hunt
40,000 fans to attend All-Ireland finals and 25,000 for Ireland World Cup qualifiers
The Covid-19 crowd restrictions are set to be significantly relaxed.
# Lansdowne Road
Aviva Stadium to host 2024 Europa League final after losing Euro 2020 games
FAI CEO Jonathan Hill says it will be ‘a landmark event with huge economic benefits for Dublin and for Ireland’ and a ‘boost for our game’.
# Entertainers
Farrell's Ireland get over the line in battle against thrilling Japan
The home side scored five tries against the exciting and ambitious visitors.