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Established
1879 (142 years old)

Sport
Rugby

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Aviva Stadium
(51,700 Capacity)

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Location
Dublin, Ireland

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Leinster Rugby (Irish: Rugbaí Laighean) is one of the four professional provincial rugby teams from the island of Ireland and the most successful Irish team both domestically and in European competition. They compete in the Pro12 and the European Rugby Champions Cup. The team represents the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) Leinster Branch, which is one of four primary branches of the IRFU and is responsible for rugby union throughout the geographical Irish province of Leinster.

Leinster play their home games primarily at the RDS Arena, although larger games are played in the Aviva Stadium when the capacity of the RDS is insufficient. Before moving to the RDS in 2005, Leinster's traditional home ground was Donnybrook Stadium, in Dublin 4. The province plays primarily in blue and the team crest features a harp within a rugby ball, the harp being taken from the flag of Leinster.

Leinster turned professional along with its fellow Irish provinces in 1995 and has competed in the Pro12 (formerly known as the Celtic League and the Magners League) since it was founded in 2001, having previously competed in the annual Irish interprovincial championship. Leinster "A" competes in the British and Irish Cup. Leinster have four times been Pro12 champions and three times champions of Europe.

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Vakh
Abdaladze




Ryan
Baird




Michael
Bent




Ed
Byrne




Harry
Byrne




Ross
Byrne




Adam
Byrne




Jack
Conan




Will
Connors




Sean
Cronin




Max
Deegan




Peter
Dooley




Caelan
Doris




Jack
Dunne




Scott
Fardy




Josh
Van



Ciaran
Frawley




Tadhg
Furlong




Jamison
Gibson-Park




Cian
Healy




Robbie
Henshaw




Dave
Kearney




Hugo
Keenan




Ronan
Kelleher




Cian
Kelleher




Jordan
Larmour




Dan
Leavy




James
Lowe




Luke
Mcgrath




Ross
Molony




Josh
Murphy




Conor
O'Brien




Jimmy
O'Brien




Tommy
O'Brien




Rory
O'Loughlin




Hugh
O'Sullivan




Rowan
Osborne




Scott
Penny




Andrew
Porter




Garry
Ringrose




Rhys
Ruddock




James
Ryan




Johnny
Sexton




Dan
Sheehan




Devin
Toner




James
Tracy



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Stadium or Home

Aviva Stadium (also known as Lansdowne Road or Ireland's stadium; Irish: Staid Aviva) is a sports stadium located in Dublin, Ireland, with a capacity for 51,700 spectators (all seated). It is built on the site of the former Lansdowne Road Stadium, which was demolished in 2007, and replacing it as home to its chief tenants: the Irish rugby union team and the Republic of Ireland football team. The decision to redevelop the stadium came after plans for both Stadium Ireland and Eircom Park fell through. Aviva Group Ireland signed a 10-year deal for the naming rights in 2009.

The stadium, located adjacent to Lansdowne Road railway station, officially opened on 14 May 2010. The stadium is Ireland's first, and only, UEFA Category 4 Stadium and in 2011, it hosted the Europa League final. It also hosted the inaugural Nations Cup, as well as the regular home fixtures of the national rugby team, national football team and some home fixtures for Leinster Rugby from August 2010 onwards.

Unlike its predecessor, which was solely owned by the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU), the current stadium is controlled by the IRFU and the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) through a 50:50 joint venture known as the Lansdowne Road Stadium Development Company (LRSDC). The joint venture has a 60-year lease on the stadium; on expiry the stadium will return to the exclusive ownership of the IRFU.

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