Facebook's 360 feature has been put to work for one of the GAA's most iconic stands
With the All-Ireland semi-final just around the corner, there will be many a Dublin fan holding tight to their ticket to Hill 16 as they get ready to face Kerry on Sunday.
The iconic stand drives the noise of the rest of the crowd, and as part of their 'Club Fuels County' campaign, AIB have taken fans right into the middle of the action there with a 360° video.
Alan Hubbard of Ballymun Kickhams walks viewers through the complete match day experience, bringing fans down the Clonliffe Road, through the turnstiles into Croke Park, and onto the iconic stand to see what it's like as Dublin score a goal and the fans erupt in delight.
As Hubbard explains: "it's more than just a terrace, it's a symbol for Dublin supporters, it's a place where traditions and legends have been made."
You can watch the video below, using your device or mouse to manoeuvre around and get a look at what it's like to be in the midst of it all on a massive day in Croker.