A truly world class venue in which some of Ireland's most historic sporting achievements will be made in the decades to come, Aviva Stadium is both the ancestral and spiritual home of Irish Rugby and Soccer fans.
It is with no small degree of pride that Aviva sponsors this inspirational arena and we commit ourselves to encouraging the ambitions and enhancing the futures of every young rugby and soccer player in Ireland.
Sport is a great foundation of our country and our nation's identity. It creates strong communities and builds longstanding friendships that reflect values we at Aviva wholly embrace:
Aviva Stadium impresses visitors with its stunning architecture, advanced engineering and world-class sustainability. But most importantly the atmosphere generated inside the Aviva is truly unique.
Take a look at our latest news
31 May 2019
Aviva Soccer Sisters Dream Camp Winners List 2019
Over 100 girls took part in Aviva Soccer Sisters Dream Camp held in Aviva Stadium on May 29, 2019.
20 Apr 2018
Aviva announce sponsorship of FAI Women's National Team
Aviva agrees three year deal as an official partner of the Republic of Ireland Women's National Team.
20 Apr 2018
#IRLWNT - Squad Announced for World Cup Qualifiers
Republic of Ireland Women's National Team Head Coach Colin Bell has named a 22-player squad for the upcoming FIFA 2019 World Cup qualifiers.
Find the most recent images of our Stadiums events below.
Team Anthems Ireland v Georgia
Our lucky prize winners Tamzin was selected to lead out the boys in green as a mascot ahead of their EURO 2016 Qualifier against Georgia.
The Leinster Roar
Fans celebrate Leinster's Champions Cup Semi Final success in Aviva Stadium.
Mini Rugby Draw
We concluded a draw with Ireland rugby players John Cooney and Katie Fitzhenry to select 20 teams to play in our Aviva Mini Rugby National Festival in Aviva Stadium.
Aviva Mini Rugby Festival Fun
Ireland's Jack Conan and Sene Naoupu are pictured at the Aviva Mini Rugby National Festival on Sunday, May 19 in Aviva Stadium.
Leinster's Adam Byrne during the club's Champion's Cup semi-final win over Toulouse in Aviva Stadium on April 22.
Ireland v France
Jonny Sexton celebrates with team-mates Jordan Larmour and Conor Murray after scoring Ireland's second try during Ireland's Guinness Six Nations clash against France in Aviva Stadium.
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