Lansdowne Road Stadium, the oldest international stadium in the world, has been at the centre of Irish sporting life since it opening in 1878. This year the stadium will close its doors as it undergoes extensive renovation.
As the time comes for the last fan to make his way through the turnstiles, Lansdowne Through the Years commemorates the best rugby played at the stadium in the last 60 years. Edward Newman brings together the memories of thirty great rugby players and personalities – including JPR Williams, Jack Kyle, George Hook and Gerry Ryan.
Accompanied by ninety stunning photographs, these recollections provide the perfect record of Irish rugby’s greatest days and greatest deeds.