The home of the Gaelic Athletic Association paid host to a historic Ireland versus England Six Nations clash 12 years ago and a night of huge emotion unfolded.
Landsdowne Road was unavailable as the IRFU were in the process of constructing a new home. Thus, the side moved across the river and set up shop in GAA HQ. It was the first time the English National Anthem ‘God Save the Queen’ would be played at Croke Park and a game that had huge repercussions for the table, with Ireland coming off the back of a 3 point loss against France.
A 43-13 hammering followed, with Ireland running in four tries. Ahead of England's visit to Dublin this Saturday, how well do you remember that game?