Aviva Stadium is the only stadium in the world that is part of a biosphere which is an area where land, air, and water interact with each other to support life. Biospheres play a vital role in climate regulation. To help with this, Aviva Ireland has planted a biodiversity garden at Aviva stadium – Aviva’s Home Turf. The garden is a community garden, rich in biodiversity, planted to support local bee and insect populations.

Aviva Home Turf

The flowers and plants planted in Aviva’s Home Turf are both pollinator and bird friendly. These plants grow berries for the local birds to eat and produce nectar for bees and other pollinators. Pollinator friendly plants are important because they provide food for our pollinator’s year around.

Everyone is welcome to come down and visit the garden – you can take a seat, take in some fresh air and learn all about the importance of biodiversity.

Aviva’s Home Turf: Your Biodiversity Guide

This guide is for primary schoolchildren, it contains all the information you need to learn about biodiversity and how you can play your part to support your local environment.

Download our guide

WIN! your own biodiversity garden

You can win your own biodiversity for your school by downloading our Biodiversity Guide and taking part in our quiz!

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Visit Aviva’s Home Turf

Aviva’s Home Turf is located at Lansdowne Road entrance, before the train tracks.

Sustainability in Aviva Stadium

Aviva has been a proud sponsor of Aviva Stadium since 2010.  We are working alongside our partners in Aviva Stadium to make our impact on the world as sustainable as possible.

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