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Travel & Supporters Info | Leinster v Munster

11th May 2023 By The Editor

Munster supporters at the Aviva last season.

Munster supporters at the Aviva last season. Inpho

Munster take on Leinster in the URC semi-finals on Saturday at the Aviva Stadium with a 5.30pm kick-off with travel and event info below.

Match tickets are available here.

Flags

Munster flags will be distributed to supporters outside the ground ahead of the game.

From 3.30pm, flags will be available for collection near the ground at the Lansdowne Road/Shelbourne Road junction.

From 4pm, MRSC members will have flags for collection opposite The Bridge 1859 on Ballsbridge Terrace.

Team Arrival

The team bus will arrive at the Aviva Stadium at approximately 4pm/4.10pm. The bus will enter the ground at the Lansdowne FC/Wanderers FC corner, travelling via Herbert Road.

Gates

Supporters can enter the stadium from 4pm.

Buses

Munster Rugby have arranged return buses from Cork and Limerick with places available for €20 here (max 4 per person).

See details below.

Cork Bus

11.50am – Position @ City Hall (River Side)

12pm – Depart for Dublin

The coach will drop the group near the ground and they will walk to the Aviva Stadium.

5.30pm – Kick-0ff

Group will walk back to the coach after the match.

8.15pm – Depart for Cork (approx 3.5 hours)

As there is a WC on board, they will not stop en route.

Limerick Bus

11.50am – Position @ Dolans Pub, Dock Road

12pm – Depart for Dublin

The coach will drop the group near the ground and they will walk to the Aviva Stadium.

5.30pm – Kick-off

Group will walk back to the coach after the match.

8.15pm – Depart for Limerick (approx 3.5 hours)

As there is a WC on board, they will not stop en route

Trains

Due to Engineering Works between Sallins and Kildare this weekend, a number of service alterations and amendments will take place.

See full details and timetables on the Iarnród Éireann website here.

See live updates from Iarnród Éireann on Twitter here.

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