Ticket & Matchday Info | Munster v Cardiff At Musgrave Park
27th April 2022 By The Editor
Munster take on Cardiff at Musgrave Park this Friday night in the province’s final home game of the URC regular season.
It is a huge game for Johann van Graan’s men as they look to maintain their place in the top four and a home quarter-final.
Tickets are available to purchase from €20 for adults and €10 for children here. To avoid delays, download your tickets before you arrive at Musgrave Park.
Please note that tickets will only be available from the Dolphin entrance from 4pm on match day. Payments can be made by card only.
Gates will open at 6.05pm to facilitate access to the stadium.
Match Day Entertainment
We are delighted to welcome Derek Moloney to Musgrave Park. Derek will perform Stand Up and Fight before kick off.
The MRSC Guard of Honour will be present to welcome the teams onto the pitch. At half time we will welcome the Sunday’s Well Rebels, West Cork Jesters and Ballincollig Trailblazers who will all participate in the upcoming International Mixed Ability Rugby Tournament (IMART) to be held in Musgrave Park this summer.
At half time our stadium selfie competition will feature on the big screen, courtesy of our friends in Shannon Airport.
The stadium turnstiles will be open from 6.05pm at the Dolphin Gate and Sunday’s Well gates. Ticket sales are available at the Dolphin entrance only. Food concessions inside the ground will also serve a variety of hot food to supporters.
Traffic & Travel
Black Ash Park & Ride will remain open until 10.30pm on Friday night to cater for supporters, free of charge. In order to redeem your free parking, please show your match ticket at the reception area in the Black Ash either before or after the game. The car park is a short walk from Musgrave Park.
Please note any cars blocking entrances will be towed. As Musgrave Park is located in a residential area, we request that you respect the local residents at all times, and please follow the directions of the stewards on surrounding roads.
If you are coming from the city centre, the 203 bus from Patrick Street stops at Musgrave Park on the Pearse Road end.
Supporters are advised that Cork City is busy with events on Friday night, Ed Sheeran plays in Páirc Uí Chaoimh, and Cork City play in Turner’s Cross on the evening and are asked to attend the stadium as early as possible to avoid queues.
Please note there are traffic restrictions and road closures in the Páirc Uí Chaoimh vicinity.
Cloudy with temperatures of 11 degrees.
This game will be live on TG4 and Premier Sports.
Thanks for your continued support!