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Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over a hundred years. With a capacity for 82,300 people.
The Aviva Stadium is Ireland's national stadium and home to the FAI and IRFU.
Thomond Park is a stadium located in Limerick in the Irish province of Munster. The stadium is owned by the Irish Rugby Football Union and count Munster Rugby, Shannon RFC and UL Bohemian RFC as tenants. The capacity of the stadium is 26,500 following its large scale redevelopment in 2008.
Galway Sportsground, aka The Sportsground, is a multi-purpose stadium in Galway, Ireland. It opened in 1927 and is currently used mainly for Greyhound Racing as it is leased to Bord na gCon, the ground is sub-let to Connacht Rugby who use it as their home stadium to play rugby union matches.