Ireland is bidding to host the tournament
As the bidding process for the 2023 Rugby World Cup gets more serious, a technical review group from World Rugby arrived in Dublin on Tuesday.
Ireland is bidding to host the tournament but face stiff competition from France and South Africa, who have previously staged the World Cup alone in 2007 and 1995 respectively.
Italy withdrew their bid last September.
As part of the build up to the bid, Irish Rugby has released a stadium showcase promo video, highlighting the stadiums that would hold World Cup games in 2023 should the Irish bid prove successful.
Croke Park, which would be slated to host the final, takes centre stage with a number of rugby and non-rugby personalities featuring including Brian O'Driscoll, Paul O'Connell and Dublin Gaelic footballer Bernard Brogan.
Croke Park is one of four stadiums profiled in the video alongside the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Limerick's Thomond Park and Belfast's Kingspan Stadium.
The winning bid will be announced in November 2017.