Having said goodbye to Head Coach Joe Schmidt, Ireland enter a new era under the tutelage of Englishman and previous Defence Coach, Andy Farrell.

 

They'll be looking to improve on their third place finish in the 2019 edition and will fancy themselves in home matches against Italy and Scotland whilst fellow Celts, Wales will provide a sterner test at The Aviva in Matchday 2. 

 

The recently-built Aviva stadium with its distinctive roof sits on the east side of the city on the site of the old Lansdowne Road ground. No trip to Ireland is complete without vsiting the capital's famous Temple Bar area and the Guinness museum, both are a favourite for tourists and travelling supporters alike.

 

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Ireland

    • Sat 1st February:  vs Scotland at 16:45 
    • Sat 8th February: vs Wales at 14:15 
    • Sat 7th March: vs Italy at 14:15 
  • The Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Rd, Dublin 4, Ireland