WATCH: This Ireland 2023 Video Will Give You Chills
Ireland Rugby have released a new video in their bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
The video features four of the twelve stadia we have put forward to showcase what we have on offer to host the sporting tournament.
Ireland Rugby enlisted the help of four Irish sporting legends for the video to talk about their relationships with the stadia and the memories they had in each one.
In the Aviva Stadium Brian O'Driscoll walks the tunnels and the pitch reminiscing over his decorated career in the Irish jersey. He also joins Dublin football star Bernard Brogan in Croke Park. Brogan mentions his family links with his father, uncle and brother also playing in the hallowed GAA headquarters and how it holds a special place in their lives. They also speak about the historic Ireland v England rugby match in Croke Park in 2007 which saw the GAA open their doors to the game.
In Kingspan Stadium in Belfast former Irish captain Phillip Matthews calls the ground his "spiritual rugby home" and speaks about the fantastic memories it holds for him including Japan winning their first ever World Cup game.
Paul O'Connell takes to the pitch in Thomand Park in Limerick to talk about the unique atmosphere and inspiration he feels when he's there and how even though he's played all over the world "nothing compares" to the home of Munster rugby.
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