Ireland v France Hospitality - RBS 6 Nations 2017
Aviva Stadium - Saturday 25th February 2017
France snatched a late win over Ireland in Paris thanks to a 69th minute try by Maxime Médard. Ireland had led for most of the match with a victory in sight but the French pressure eventually broke through in the final quarter resulting in a 10-9 loss to Ireland.
The Aviva Stadium will prove a fearsome sight to behold for the encroaching French side, and will no doubt prove a tough challenge to crack producing some world class rugby in Dublin for the RBS 6 Nations 2017.
Experience the day in true VIP style with official corporate hospitality – a unique way to celebrate and be involved with this fixture. Hospitality offers the very best tickets allocated in blocks and unmatched food and drink, alongside the best celebrity guest speakers and service around.
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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