The Ireland National Rugby Union team that competes annually in the Six Nations Championship and the Rugby World Cup every four years has recently become one of the top favorite teams, thanks to an upset surprising victory over the New Zealand All Blacks. For fans of Ireland, nothing could be better at this point in time. If you do not currently have your Ireland tickets, you might want to grab them quick before they run out. The team’s highest position ever in the World Rugby Rankings has been second that they reached in 2015, and as of November 2015, they were the 6th in the world rankings. Things have certainly been looking good for the Irish gentlemen. So you might not want to miss out on their upcoming games!
Let’s take a look at the two matches lined up for Ireland and what their individual standing is right now.
Eight players from the Ireland team have had the honor of being inducted into the International Rugby Hall of Fame and five members outs of these have also been inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame.
Ireland has won the Six Nations Championship, held every year in February and March, a total of thirteen times, including their victory in the 2015 Six Nations Championship. As for the Rugby World Cup, the team has made it to the Quarter Final six times. According to current overall World Rugby Rankings, the team ranks at number 5, just beating Argentina by a narrow margin, and only behind the leaders, New Zealand, second place holders, England, followed by Australia and South Africa.
Their 34-man squad is all set to play against traditional rivals New Zealand at the Soldier Field, Chicago and Canada at the Aviva Stadium soon after. 2016 might prove to be an interesting year end for these Irish men. If you happen to be a fan, don’t miss out on this opportunity to catch them make history. Get your Ireland tickets at the earliest, before they get sold out, as is expected.
New Zealand All Blacks vs. Ireland
This much-awaited match was truly all that it promised to be. Even though New Zealand was the hot favorites to win this game, Ireland showed a stunningly remarkable form and provided fans with a breathtaking upset victory over New Zealand. The Soldier Field crowd could not be louder as the final whistle was blown to end the game, with Ireland’s first victory over the Kiwis in the 29 times these two nations have met since 1905. With the 62,300 sellout crowds supporting them on, Ireland clinched a famous victory in front of its fans, inflicting upon New Zealand their first defeat since their loss to Australia in August 2015. The victory was so great for Ireland because of the unbeaten streak of New Zealand. Only last month, the All-Blacks had set a world record for consecutive 18 victories. Even though New Zealand’s performance can be blamed on the absence of several important players due to serious injuries, there is no denying the superior form of Ireland for the duration of this game in particular.
Ireland vs. Canada
Fresh off their victory against the All-Blacks, Ireland are all set to face Canada at the Aviva Stadium on the 12th of November. With their recent form, this will certainly be a game to watch out for the coming Saturday. As part of the Autumn Internationals, this will be the first of three home games to be played by Ireland in 2016. The match referee would be Marius Van Der Westhuizen. The last time Ireland faced Canada was in a pool match in the Rugby World Cup 2015. This match resulted in a 50-7 victory for the Irish. Over the years since their first meeting in 1987, Ireland and Canada has played a total of 7 rugby test matches. Out of these 7, Ireland has taken the lead with 6 victories while Canada’s best result was a 27-27 draw in 2000.
With a stadium capacity of 51,700, you can bet that these Ireland tickets are not going to last very long. Their fans are all crazed up after the last victory and are set to make their way to the Aviva Stadium on the 12th to provide the loudest possible support to their team. The men in green would be the ones to watch out for! Catch the inspired Ireland team live in action as they march on to the field to give the fans an experience they certainly will not forget anytime soon!
Rugby season is here and is packed with epic matchups. You can catch all the action live as it happens. Next event featuring Ireland will be International Friendly: Mexico vs. Ireland, held at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. As of now, the last event, United States Eagles vs. Ireland is scheduled for 10-Jun-17 at the Red Bull Arena - NJ in Harrison. For complete itinerary of events, please visit our website.
|International Friendly: Mexico vs. Ireland||MetLife Stadium||East Rutherford, NJ||Thu Jun 01 201706/01 08:00 PM|
|United States Eagles vs. Ireland||Red Bull Arena - NJ||Harrison, NJ||Sat Jun 10 201706/10 04:00 PM|
Ireland Tickets Prices
The average price for Ireland Tickets start from $79. The minimum get in price is $18 for Ireland Tickets at the MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|International Friendly: Mexico vs. Ireland||East Rutherford||1-Jun-17||$79||$18|
|United States Eagles vs. Ireland||Harrison||10-Jun-17||$84||$18|
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