The National Football Centre at St. George’s Park will host the Six Nations title contenders Ireland and the Argentinian team when the World Cup begins in September across England.

After the third round of games at the weekend and another win against England in the bag, Ireland could be heading towards consecutive Grand Slam titles.

All being well for the Irish team they could emerge Six Nations winners in March, which would bring a wealth of confidence ahead of the World Cup in September.

Ireland’s official team base for the 2015 Rugby World Cup has already been confirmed as St. George’s Park in Burton on Trent.

Here they will have ideal preparation for the tournament in the best possible environment.

Perform St. George’s Park has been working closely with the RWC 2015 team over the past 12 months to facilitate detailed site visits with the teams prior to confirmation of its status as an official Team Base.

The Perform facilities at St. George’s Park are open to use for clubs from all sports. Teams are able to use the facilities for either a full day or half day and can have access to all areas of the sports medicine complex.

Perform Director, Phil Horton commented: “Rugby, rightly, is at the heart of all our planning and we have worked closely with the teams to ensure that they have access to facilities and a Team Base that meet their individual needs.

“We have had some of the biggest teams in the world visit Perform including Barcelona, GB Basketball and England rugby union & league teams. Having the potential Grand Slam winners here shows what attraction the facilities and set up are for big teams.”

The team will be staying at the on-site Hilton Hotel nestled in the National Forest. As well as providing a relaxed environment, the team are able to make the most of the hotels health club and spa.

Michael Kearney, Ireland team manager said: “Team bases play a vital role in team preparation and it is important that the facilities are of a world class standard while also providing a positive atmosphere for the players and management in between training and team activities.”

Ireland’s next Six Nations game will be against Wales at the Millennium Stadium on March 14.

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