Football is one of the most popular team sports in Ireland. The national team is a particular source of pride, regularly appearing in prestigious tournaments such as the UEFA Euro tournaments and FIFA World Cup finals. The team currently plays its home games at Croke Park, a temporary home until the Aviva Stadium is completed in 2010.
The highest tier of domestic football is the FAI League of Ireland Premier Division, below which is the FAI League of Ireland First Division. The major knockout tournaments are the FAI Cup and the League of Ireland Cup. Football clubs from Dublin have traditionally been very successful and are extremely popular among the Irish fans who travel Dublin to lend their support. Well known Irish clubs include Bohemians, Shamrock Rovers F.C and Shelbourne F.C from Dublin and Cork City, Sligo Rovers and Drogheda United F.C from elsewhere. Famous football stadiums in Ireland include the RDS Arena, Dalymount Park and The Showgrounds.
Ireland's main international airport is Dublin Airport, with smaller international airports being in Cork and Shannon. From them, all major stadiums can be easily reached by road and rail. There are also frequent ferries that operate between Ireland, Wales, England, France and Northern Ireland. Some fans chose to combine football with a short holiday and enjoy the enchanting countryside and dramatic coastline that Ireland has to offer. Those looking for accommodation will find a wide range of B&Bs, hotels, cottages and private apartments to choose from.