12 stadiums are included in Ireland's World Cup bid including Ulster's Kingspan Stadium, Celtic Park in Londonderry and Casement Park in Belfast
The next stage of Ireland's bid to host the Rugby World Cup in 2023 has been unveiled in Dublin.
12 stadiums have been included in the bid including Casement Park in Belfast, Ulster's Kingspan Stadium and Celtic Park in Londonderry.
GAA stadiums make up the majority of the venues alongside Thomond Park, Aviva Stadium and the RDS.
The others are: Croke Park (Dublin), Pairc Ui Chaoimh (Cork), Casement Park (Belfast), Fitzgerald Stadium (Kerry), Pearse Stadium (Galway), McHale Park (Mayo), Nolwlan Park (Kilkenny) and Celtic Park (Derry).
Former Irish captain Brian O'Driscoll says it would be a huge boost for the island of Ireland.
Actor Liam Neeson narrated the promotional video entitled "Ready For The World" which was unveiled by the bid team at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
The Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) confirmed that Neeson had waived any potential fee for the promotional video.
Ready For The World. Liam Neeson narrates Ireland's bid to host Rugby World Cup 2023 #Ireland2023 pic.twitter.com/zcZGBqsnO0— Irish Rugby (@IrishRugby) November 15, 2016
World Rugby will decide on the successful candidate in November 2017.