Irishrail have extra train services in place for Saturday's Magners League Leinster v Munster tie in the Aviva Stadium with a late night service returning to Cork (change at Thurles for Limerick) after the game.
Stadium Access Routes and Exits
Access and exit routes are different for the new stadium and awareness of these is vital for supporters.
Please familiarise yourself with the colour coded access route written on your match ticket. This is the only way you will be permitted to enter and leave the Stadium, and access and exit via these routes may take longer than expected.
Please make sure you know which way you need to enter and leave the stadium and allow for extra time than you expect.
Supporters are strongly advised to arrive at the stadium at least one hour before kick-off and enjoy the pre-match atmosphere. Gates open at 6pm and all bars and restaurants will be in operation from this time.
There will be no tickets on sale at the venue. There are a limited number of tickets available for sale from Spar in Donnybrook and the Leinster Rugby Store in Donnybrook.
We have had a number of queries regarding Munster Rugby flags, and whether supporters will be able to bring them into the ground. The answer is, yes you can, but there are a few stadium guidelines in place, listed below:
- There is no restriction on the size of the actual flags, but the poles, which must be hollow plastic, should not be any longer than 800mm (31 inches).
- Wooden poles are not allowed, and are likely to be confiscated at the turnstiles.
- The draping of flags from the upper seating areas over advertising signs is also prohibited.
These guidelines are not alone from a security point of view but also to ensure that all patrons enjoy the match without their view being in any way obstructed.
Munster Rugby wish to thank you for your continued support.