Aviva StadiumMax Capacity 800
Aviva Stadium is the home of Irish Rugby and Irish Football. It is a place of gathering, it encapsulates the heartbeat of a nation and inspires great victories. It's the essence of this that our team strive to instill in each meeting, incentive, conference and event and what sets us apart from our competitors.
|Meeting & Event Room Capacities||Reception||Theatre||Boardroom||U Shape||Din/Dance||Cab||Lunch/Dinner|
|Small Corporate Box||-||-||12||10||-||-||12|
|Medium Corporate Box||20||20||24||20||20||20||20|
|Large Corporate Box||50||70||24||20||-||30||50|
- Nearest train
Onsite (150 spaces)
Dublin International Airport
Airport 6.2 Miles
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There is a wealth of great accommodation options in Dublin and near the stadium. Details of just some of these can be found below:
- Ballsbridge Hotel 4*
- Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge 4*
- Clayton Hotel Burlington Road 4*
- Dylan Hotel 5*
- Intercontinental Hotel 5*
More accommodation information can be found under the Associations section on the Aviva page.
- Internet Connection Cable
- LCD/Data Projector
- PA System
- White Board
- HDMI Cable
- Marquee Space
- Business Centre
We know it’s important that you have confidence in our ability to deliver exceptional events. What better way to do this than with case studies of previous events. We are working on case studies for this venue. We always love to hear from our customers and get their feedback, so if you have some feedback, please contact us.
OverviewAviva Stadium is the home of Irish Rugby and Irish Football. It is a place of gathering, it encapsulates the heartbeat of a nation and inspires great victories. It's the essence of this that our team strive to instil in each meeting, incentive, conference and event and what sets us apart from our competitors.
Aviva Stadium sits on the grounds of the oldest sports stadium in Europe. It was founded by Henry Dunlop in 1872 as a multi- purpose athletics grounds. Six years later, in 1878 the first international rugby match was played between Ireland and England which also makes us the oldest rugby international test venue in the world.
Aviva Stadium proudly stands on this hallowed turf and continues to forge its own legacy hosting world class events throughout the year. Since opening in May 2010, the stadium has forged an indelible mark on the event landscape of Dublin city. In the five short years since opening we not only played host to major international sporting fixtures and conce