Ireland v England

Date:

Venue: Aviva Stadium, Dublin

Kick Off: 5:00pm

Referee: Jérôme Garcès (France)

TV Coverage: Live on ITV

Ireland and England will line up against each other at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Saturday 18th March, in what will be the final match of the 2017 Six Nations Championship.

England battled their way to 21-10 victory over Ireland in the 2016 Championship.

Ireland and England have contested a total of 131 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1875. England have won 76 of those matches, whilst Ireland have won 47 matches. There have been 8 drawn matches between the two teams.


Ireland v England - Six Nations Tickets

Tickets for the Ireland v England Six Nations match are not currently on general sale. The IRFU's website shows that tickets are priced from €30 (Restricted View Cat 4) to €105 (Cat 1), but they are unlikely to go on general sale due to high demand from Irish rugby clubs and members of the Irish Rugby Supporters Club. Check the official Ticketmaster.ie website for more information on Ireland rugby tickets. Tickets may also be available from fan-to-fan ticket exchange websites, however, the prices may differ from face value.

Ticketmaster Official Ticket Agency
GetMeIn Fan-to-Fan Ticket Exchange From £968.00
StubHub Fan-to-Fan Ticket Exchange From £999.00
Viagogo Fan-to-Fan Ticket Exchange From £1050.00

These listings are for information purposes only – we are unable to verify their accuracy. Ticket prices are compared regularly but fluctuations in price can still occur. The lowest price at the time of last comparison is displayed and may not include booking fees. Always visit the ticket seller's website (by clicking on a link) to view up-to-date prices and the full terms & conditions of sale.


Venue Information - Aviva Stadium, Dublin

Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4, Ireland

Stadium Enquiries: +353 (0)1 238 2300

Stadium Capacity: 51,700


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