Lansdowne Road, 1989.
Republic of Ireland play Hungary in a successful Italia ’90 qualifier with Kevin Sheedy (in green) and Hungary’s
Imre Garaba (at right).
Grace O’Sullivan tweetz:
Couldn’t beat the atmosphere in the delightfully quaint ‘old Landsdowne’ – have some great memories of matches there!
Damn you Delaney and your wretched Champagne.
Pic via LearnEnglishThroughFootball
A timelapse of crowd movements in Lansdowne Road Nua for the Ireland v Wales game on Saturday.
Rainbow over Lansdowne on Saturday.
Thanks Liza Finnegan
At the “lacklustre’ Ireland Vs Scotland 6 Nations rugby match in Lansdowne Road, Dublin this afternoon.
“A game as as flat as an ipad,” reports Aaron.
Ireland 28- Scotland 6 (BBC)
That fuppin’ close.
Lansdowne Road, Dublin this afternoon.
New Zealand’s Aaron Cruden sinks Ireland with retaken kick at the last (Guardian)
Meanwhile, was it for this?
Union Jack phone cover at Lansdowne Road, Dublin this afternoon.
Thanks Vic Mackey
‘ Walk This Way’?
Something by U2?
Twerk-friendly chart stuff?
NO. No. Maybe.
Captain Redbeard writes:
100 likes in 24 hours, the people are speaking. We’ve officially overtaken the Labour Party. Phase 2 will be to ban falsetto from all National Anthems. In service of the people.
And sort out your sound system while you’re at it.
Blummin’ two bit plastic stadia.
Stop The Music At Lansdowne Road (Facebook)
A running track?
Andrew at Tinderpoint writes:
We’ve been working with the Sandymount Hotel on a new piece of content that I think your readers will enjoy.It’s an infographic detailing the greatest events to take place in Lansdowne Road/Aviva Stadium since opening in 1873.
The History Of Lansdowne Road (SandymountHotel)
A Politicians XI to a play a Journalists XI at Lansdowne Road, Dublin for charidee.
Escape to Victory (1980).
Without the Nazis and the ball skills of Osvaldo Ardiles.
Via Fergal Keane RTE
A ‘pea-souper’ over Lansdowne Road, Dublin tonight.
Lansdowne Road, Dublin this afternoon preparing for Roger Waters’ performance of Pink Floyd’s The Wall next Wednesday.
It’s a big wall.