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Aviva Stadium seating?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Wherever you’re seated, the view is absolutely spectacular; it truly is a sublime stadium, and it all contributes to the atmosphere of the game. That said, the higher up you go, the better the view seems to be. You’re never so far removed from the action that it is irritating, you just gain a better perspective of how the whole game is developing and get to witness the stadium in all its glory. Ticket prices vary from event to event, so get online for details of a specific event.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

For football games in the Aviva, the typical ‘home and away’ areas are made with the away fans seated in the North Stand. This being the smallest area of the ground also suffers from the fact that the aesthetically beautiful roof doesn’t fully cover the whole of the stand – so if it rains, you’re going to get wet.

The East and West stands are fairly steep, so to keep the seats even at the back of the stadium as close to the action as possible – but this does mean a bit of a climb if you are seated back there. The best views in the house are at the Upper Tier of the South Stand – not only do you have spectacular views of the pitch – but you can gaze over the North Stand and view Dublin’s wonderful skyline.

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