With the Rugby union increasingly gaining popularity in the Northern hemisphere, the Six Nations Championship is now the best attended sporting event in the world. Both the Football World Cup and the NFL have not been able to meet the average attendance numbers the Six Nations enjoys. In 2015, 72,000 people attended the matches on average. In addition to that, about 125 million viewers follow the tournament on TV on a yearly basis.
As opposed to many other sporting events, the matches are very high quality due to the small number of teams and fixtures (15 matches per championship). Therefore, Six Nations tickets are highly sought after. Get exclusive tickets to the Ireland versus Scotland match before they sell out and see a potential winner of the Championship trophy live!
The Ireland v Scotland match takes place in the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, which has a capacity of 51,700 spectators. It is located right in the centre of the Irish capital and is easily reachable by public transport. The shape, design and architecture of the stadium is unique: With a bowl-shaped structure and wave-like roof, the view from any seat is spectacular - the perfect stadium to experience a rugby match!
The Six Nations Championship involves six teams of the biggest rugby nations in Northern Europe: England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France and Italy. The rivalry between Ireland and Scotland dates back 140 years with the first rugby match having taken place in 1877. Since 1989, the two teams have been competing for the Centenary Quaich in the Six Nations Championship. The Centenary Quaich is only awarded in Ireland v Scotland rugby games with Scotland currently holding the award. Overall, Scotland won against Ireland 67 times, whereas Ireland beat Scotland 61 times. It is one of the most exciting encounters of the Six Nations Championship every year. See for yourself who will take the Centenary Quaich home and which of the teams scores in the Six Nations Championship 2018!
1 hour20 mins
No minimum height
No maximum height
No maximum weight
Outdoor - No
This experience is suitable for spectators
Guide Dogs Only
No minimum age
Please refer to the Aviva Stadium map for the stadium layout and an overview of the ticket categories: Aviva Stadium Map
Tickets will be posted directly to your home address at least two weeks before the kick off date. Alternatively, we can leave them in your Dublin hotel for collection when you check in.
The Aviva Stadium is inaccessible by car on match days due to the 1 km car-free exclusion zone. The stadium is accessible by bus, DART, LUAS and rail. A colour-coded ticketing system and special event day signs are used to help direct you towards your correct entrance to Aviva Stadium. Please take note of your entrance when planning your journey
62 Lansdowne Road,