France and South Africa are also looking to host the tournament
The Ireland 2023 bid team are to deliver their bid to host the Rugby World Cup in six years time to World Rugby offices this afternoon.
Ireland are one of three countries bidding to host the event, and face competition from South Africa and France. The winner will be announced later this year.
Over 100 children from different schools and rugby clubs around the country will be part of the presentation. They will be joined by Dick Spring, Chairman of Ireland's Bid Oversight Board and Bid Ambassador Brian O'Driscoll
Representatives of all of Ireland's national teams, a Choir and the 2023 Bid Kid Alex Place as Ireland's submission for the 2023 Rugby World Cup makes it way from the Aviva Stadium to the World Rugby Headquarters on Pembroke Street.
The children will lead a 2023 open top bus on a route to World ruby offices, starting at the Aviva Stadium at 2:30pm.
The route will up Lansdowne Road (2:35pm), Pembroke Road (2:40pm), Baggot Street (2:45pm) and arrive onto Pembroke Street Lower around 3pm, where the submission will be handed to World Rugby by Alex Place, Dick Spring and Brian O'Driscoll.