Ireland v Australia Hospitality 2016 - Guinness Series
Saturday 26th November 2016
Ireland last met the Wallabies in 2014 in what was a close fought match at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, that victory was a huge turnaround for the Irish side after taking a beating from Australia just 12 months before.
This time around Ireland will be keen to mark their authority on their home turf and get a second consecutive victory, a feat not seen since 1979. Join us in official hospitality for what is sure to be a highlight in this year’s autumn rugby fixtures.
Enjoy a fully inclusive day of premium food and drink coupled with Official match tickets grouped together in blocks. Be entertained by fantastic celebrity guest speakers from the world of rugby and finish the day off with engaging interviews by current Irish players post-match.
Located on level 4 inside the state of the art Aviva Stadium, this glass-fronted facility offers fantastic panoramic views overlooking the pitch, with your match tickets located directly outside the facility.
Bookings of 2 upwards can be made with private tables available for parties of 8, 10, 12 and 18.
- Official match tickets in blocks
- Post-match finger food
- Complimentary bar (ex. Champagne)
- Official match programme
- Four-course luncheon served with wines
- Pre-match celebrity guest speaker
- HDTV Coverage
- Interview with current Irish players post-match
- Individual guest documentation
- Half-time drinks
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Just wanted to drop you a note to thank you so much for a superb day at the recent Grand National hospitality event we attended. We had a superb day, were warmly welcomed back by Becky and our table host Kirsty, was very friendly and looked after our table superbly! All in all it was a great success... read more »