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Aviva Stadium

This colossal Dublin stadium is one of Ireland's premier arenas, with a huge capacity capable of seating over 50,000 spectators. A legendary venue for sporting events, the arena is home to the Irish National Rugby Union team as well as the Republic of Ireland football team. Since its opening in May 2010, this elite venue has sold millions of tickets and garnered a number of awards for its design, including a prize from the Royal Institute of British Architects.

Aviva Stadium Seating Plan

This exceptional venue can easily seat 51,700 spectators, with four tiers of seating available in the south, east and west stands. The lower and upper tiers provide plenty of general access seats whilst the second, third and fourth levels are reserved for premium tickets and corporate boxes. This venue also offers excellent wheelchair access and facilities for impaired hearing and sight - all tiers have been designed with accessibility in mind. Regardless of whether you're going to see a sports match or music concert, enjoy a premium viewing experience from all angles and check out our detailed Aviva Stadium seating plan for a better idea of what to expect.

Things to do Near Aviva Stadium

There are plenty of excellent hospitality facilities located throughout the arena, which boasts of three restaurants and 69 refreshment kiosks within the grounds. Around the arena you will find plenty of bars and restaurants within easy walking distance. Located adjacent to Lansdowne Road railway station within the leafy heart of Dublin, this venue is easily accessible on foot or by public transport. Coach drop off points around the stadium make it easily reached by large groups too.

Other Dublin Venues

After purchasing your Aviva stadium tickets on StubHub UK, why not check out listings for events at Ireland's other arenas? We have a huge range of listings for concerts and sports events at premium venues like The O2 Dublin or the colossal Croke Park stadium - home to the Gaelic Athletic Association and the host of many exciting music events including One Direction's highly anticipated Where We Are tour in 2014.