Many are the sport events taken place in Dublin this coming November. Autumn is here and with it, the best rugby matches, a charity non-profit run around the street of Dublin and a very special football match.
Run in the dark Dublin 2018
7th December 2018
Join thousands of fellow runners in Dublin to Run in the Dark on the 7th November 2018 and support our ongoing research to find a cure for paralysis in our lifetime.
You can choose between running 5km or 10km… and if your running shoes are a little dusty, you can even walk the 5km route.
The Dublin event will leave from CHQ, Dublin City Centre at 8.00pm on 7th November.
Every donation, every step, every study, moves us towards a cure for paralysis and enabling people to walk again.
To find out more about what Run in the Dark Dublin helps to achieve, see here.
Rugby Guinness Series 2018
10th, 17th, 24th November 2018
Guinness Series are back and with it, the best rugby in the planet return to the Aviva Stadium, in Lansdowne road.
The first team to come to Ireland will be Argentina, The Pumas will face Dublin at home after last year’ thrilling match in front of a sold-out Aviva Stadium which saw Ireland win 28-19.
The second game of the 2018 GUINNESS Series marks the return of the All Blacks. It is two years since New Zealand last played at the Aviva Stadium where they exacted revenge for Ireland’s historic win in Chicago just a few weeks before.
The final game of the series sees the USA Eagles make their debut appearance at the Aviva Stadium in what will be their first visit to Dublin since 2004. The USA will be brimming with confidence having claimed a major scalp last weekend, beating Scotland in Houston.
Football: Northern Ireland Vs Republic of Ireland
15th November 2018
Ireland and Northern Ireland National teams will be playing in Dublin on the 15th November after more than 7 years. A friendly match between two managers that meet for the first time in an international date.
This is an excellent occasion for both teams to prepare their final round of League B Uefa Nations League on the following weekend when Northern Ireland will be facing Austria and The Republic of Ireland will fly to Aarhus to play against Denmark.
The match will be hosted in the Aviva Stadium, an impressive venue with capacity for up to 51,000 people.
Tickets are still available. Get yours and enjoy this very special football match.
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