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Dublin: 14 °C Tuesday 16 September, 2014

#Lansdowne Road

# lansdowne-road - Wednesday 3 September, 2014

As it happened: Ireland v Oman, international friendly

The Boys in Greens were in involved their final warm-up game before the Euro 2016 qualifiers begin at Lansdowne Road tonight.

# lansdowne-road - Saturday 26 July, 2014

# lansdowne-road - Sunday 20 July, 2014

St Pat’s boss Liam Buckley raises prospect of Celtic match at Aviva Stadium

The Saints supremo is eager to outfox opposite number Henning Berg and see off Legia Warsaw first.

# lansdowne-road - Thursday 15 May, 2014

11 of the best images from Liverpool’s Dublin dander against Shamrock Rovers

Brendan Rodgers’ men did not have a title to show off but threw a footballing party regardless.

# lansdowne-road - Tuesday 8 April, 2014

Ireland and England to play Dublin friendly in June 2015

The Boys in Green will take on Roy Hodgson’s team 20 years on from the Lansdowne Road riot.

# lansdowne-road - Saturday 29 March, 2014

David Wallace: ‘Angry Munster will play with a massive chip on their shoulder’

The former Munster and Ireland flanker feels several players will have points to prove to Ireland coach Joe Schmidt.

# lansdowne-road - Friday 28 March, 2014

Shane Byrne: ‘Munster will be bloody hard to beat but I’m going with Leinster’

The former Leinster and Ireland hooker believes both coaches have shadow boxed in terms of selections.

# lansdowne-road - Wednesday 26 March, 2014

FAI confirm Liverpool v Shamrock Rovers friendly for Aviva Stadium in May

Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge will be bringing their goalscoring double act to Dublin soon.

# lansdowne-road - Monday 24 March, 2014

Ross on Munster rivalry: ‘You fight more in a family than you do with strangers’

The Leinster prop is expecting a fierce encounter at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.

# lansdowne-road - Saturday 8 March, 2014

‘I’ve loved my time playing in this jersey’: Brian O’Driscoll bows out in style on Lansdowne Road BYE BYE BOD This post contains videos

‘I’ve loved my time playing in this jersey’: Brian O’Driscoll bows out in style on Lansdowne Road

The legendary centre was holding back the tears when he was interviewed on RTE.

O’Driscoll won’t tolerate any ‘Let’s win it for Brian’ talk in the dressing room Column This post contains videos

O’Driscoll won’t tolerate any ‘Let’s win it for Brian’ talk in the dressing room

Former Leinster and Ireland hooker Shane Byrne believes the country’s leading try scorer is deserving of every accolade he gets.

# lansdowne-road - Friday 7 March, 2014

Snapshot: Brian O’Driscoll ‘milks’ the applause after leaving team waiting on squad photo

‘We were just cold, waiting on him to get out there’, joked Jamie Heaslip.

Greatest hits: 10 of Brian O’Driscoll’s best international tries on home soil

The centre will have one last opportunity to add to this list when Italy visit tomorrow.

# lansdowne-road - Thursday 6 March, 2014

Paul O’Connell admits he may hug Brian O’Driscoll a little tighter before final home game

The retiring centre may have to protect his ribs if an emotional Paulie loses the run of himself.

# lansdowne-road - Monday 3 March, 2014

Fergus McFadden: “I think I’m good enough to start for Ireland”

The Leinster back is hoping his value as a versatile replacement does not prevent him from starting against Italy.

# lansdowne-road - Wednesday 26 February, 2014

Beating Italy at Aviva can set up title decider with France – Alison Miller

The Irish winger believes her team are still well placed to defend their Six Nations title.

# lansdowne-road - Saturday 8 February, 2014

Ireland loss the most disappointing of my Wales tenure, admits Gatland

The New Zealander had few complaints after his team were out-gunned at Lansdowne Road.

Schmidt targets England at Twickenham as Triple Crown looms large

The Ireland coach is delighted that his team finished off winning positions in their first two Six Nations games.

Ireland break down every part of Welsh game to bring Triple Crown into view

Paddy Jackson and Chris Henry provided the tries as Ireland’s defence kept Wales to a single opportunity.

# lansdowne-road - Friday 7 February, 2014

Heaslip ready to meet familiar fire with fire

“The way Wales play the game, you have to be physical to negate that.”

Ireland to take on Turkey in Dublin

The FAI has announced news that Martin O’Neill’s side will play a friendly at Lansdowne Road on 25 May.

# lansdowne-road - Thursday 6 February, 2014

‘We’re ready to have the kitchen sink thrown at us’ – Rhys Priestland

The Welsh out-half has a winning record over Ireland during his four-year Test career.

# lansdowne-road - Monday 3 February, 2014

John Delaney ‘hopeful’ of March 2015 date with England in Dublin

The two sides have not met in Ireland since the abandoned friendly in 1995.

# lansdowne-road - Sunday 2 February, 2014

VIDEO: Andrew Trimble ends 40 minutes of fierce Scottish resistance

The Ulster winger finished off a fine, sweeping move in first half injury time.

‘As I get older it gets easier’: Toner in prime condition for Scottish friction

The second row is high on confidence these days and will aim to stop Scotland at source today.

# lansdowne-road - Friday 31 January, 2014

Schmidt determined to see Ireland meet expectations

The Kiwi coach has also explained that a stomach bug was the deciding factor in leaving Gordon D’Arcy out of the side.

# lansdowne-road - Thursday 30 January, 2014

Rory Best: ‘The tackle that broke my arm didn’t feel bad until I heard a snap’

The Ulster hooker has rediscovered his form and throwing touch but an old Scottish foe lies in wait.

# lansdowne-road - Wednesday 29 January, 2014

Conor Murray planning rough Lions reunion with Scottish enemies

The scrum-half will face off against Scotland’s Sean Maitland and Stuart Hogg at Lansdowne Road this weekend.

‘A bloody hard thing to do’ – O’Driscoll on Ireland’s Grand Slam hopes

The backline talisman insists his team have respect for Scotland but are ‘totally capable of beating them’.

# lansdowne-road - Tuesday 28 January, 2014

Brian O’Driscoll ready to ‘empty the tank’ as Ireland report clean bill of health

The legendary centre is focused on his final international campaign while Tommy Bowe and Donnacha Ryan need to prove their fitness.

# lansdowne-road - Monday 20 January, 2014

‘Play Munster v Leinster semi final at Croke Park… if they both get there’

Former Munster forward David Wallace believes GAA headquarters would be perfectly suited for the potential cup tie.

# lansdowne-road - Monday 30 December, 2013

‘My Ireland team to face Scotland in the Six Nations is…’

Joe Schmidt starts next season’s championship with two home games in six days.

# lansdowne-road - Friday 20 December, 2013

Irish women’s rugby team to play at the Aviva Stadium

It will be the first time a women’s 6 Nations game has been staged at the venue.

# lansdowne-road - Monday 16 December, 2013

‘O’Brien dearly missed as Saints won every single collision’ – Shane Byrne

The former Leinster hooker believes Leo Cullen would have made a massive difference in the province’s home defeat.

# lansdowne-road - Tuesday 10 December, 2013

Marty Moore delighted to avenge 43-0 hammering at Franklin’s Gardens

The tighthead prop has enjoyed a stellar rise in his brief time with Leinster’s senior squad.

# lansdowne-road - Monday 25 November, 2013

5 telling stats from an unbelievable clash with the All Blacks

Heaslip’s Trojan effort, O’Connell’s awesomeness and the All Blacks efficiency in exploiting gaps.

# lansdowne-road - Sunday 24 November, 2013

Sexton penalty miss proves crucial as Ireland are denied at the death

Ireland got off to a perfect start when Conor Murray dived over after four minutes of play.

POC: ‘If there was ever an Irish team capable of beating New Zealand, this is it’

The Irish captain feels his team are one decent performance away from becoming a team that can achieve great feats.

# lansdowne-road - Saturday 23 November, 2013

9 reasons why Ireland can beat New Zealand on Sunday

We’ve been softening this particular Kiwi up for 108 years and now its ripe for the plucking.

‘It was fairly shameful to have 60 points put on you’ – Cian Healy

The Irish prop prefers to look forward but found himself reflecting on a tough 2012 tour to New Zealand.

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