Historic Venues Hall of Fame

Landsdowne Road, Dublin, is internationally famous as the home of Irish rugby but many more venues have a unique and historic story to reveal.

Croke Park is steeped in history but so also is the home of Crossmaglen Rangers, Co. Armagh, whilst Limerick’s Thomond Park also has a proud history to reveal. And what about Dalymount Park! It's a hive of History and fond memories for thousands of soccer fans.

We’ll be searching also for several former sports venues of times past.

Historic Irish Sports Venues: The Old And The New Lansdowne Road, Dublin   Dublin’s Lansdowne Road was the oldest specially constructed rugby stadium in the world until it closed its gates to enter a multi million reinvention in 2007. From the official opening in 1872 up to the time of…
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