Sports meet Dublin this week will feature Irish rugby, Gaelic football, the arts, the Irish League, and more.
The Irish League will also be featured, with the opening game on Friday and the end of the league on Saturday.
Clusters of sports meet on Saturday in Dublin’s Central Park and on Sunday in the City.
The event is free, but there are tickets available for purchase.
The Irish League and the Irish Rugby Union (IRU) will also have a meet in the city.
The Dublin city’s annual Clusters are an annual event organised by the Irish Athletic Association.
The aim of the event is to bring together sports lovers from around the world, as well as those with a common interest in sport, to have fun and meet up and socialise.
Cluster meet events are held on the weekend and will be held at a variety of venues.
Clusters take place on the first Saturday of each month.
The event is one of the largest in Ireland and is the culmination of the events run by the IRU and the IRF.
It also coincides with the official start of the Guinness World Records, which will be celebrated with a Guinness World Record day on January 25.
The Clusters can be attended by all levels of fans and they’re always an event to be enjoyed with friends and family.
The 2017 event in Dublin is on Saturday, January 25, from 7.30am until 7pm.
The 2017 event was also announced at the end for the 2017 Guinness World Championships, which takes place in Dublin on March 10.
Clarity and excitement will be the theme for Clusters this year.
Clumps have been held for over 70 years.
Clusters have been a staple of Irish culture and have played an important role in the development of Irish society.
The organisers of Clusters say they are an integral part of the city and are a chance for the Irish people to come together and have fun.