2 February- 16 March - Can Ireland win this years RBS 6 Nations taking the trophy to the Aviva Stadium? Check the weather forecast for each of Ireland's home games.
The newly built Aviva Stadium opened in May 2010 in Dublin, replacing the previous national stadium, Croke Park.
The new stadium has been designed so all the 50,000 seats are undercover, however, the pitch is still open to all weather conditions.
Ireland were crowned RBS 6 Nations champions in 1999 taking the trophy back to Ireland. They then came second in the tournament in 2010.
In 2011, Ireland prevented England from taking the grand slam by beating them at the Aviva Stadium in their final game. This meant Ireland finished third in the table. In 2012 England and Ireland faced each other in the final game of the series at the Aviva Stadium with England beating Ireland 30-9. England finished second in the group and Ireland again finished third for the second year running.
Check the Dublin weather forecast for each of Ireland's home matches at the Aviva Stadium.
Last updated: 19 December 2012