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Ticket & Matchday Info | Munster v Leinster

6th September 2023 By The Editor

Ticket & Matchday Info | Munster v Leinster

Musgrave Park will host Munster v Leinster this Friday (KO 6pm) ©INPHO

Find the latest ticket, travel and event information here for the Munster men’s pre-season game with Leinster at Musgrave Park this Friday, September 8 (6pm).

There will be road closures in the area due to a match taking place in Turners Cross, please see further information below.

Match Tickets

The game is sold-out, there will be no tickets available at the ground.


The game is not televised but there will be a live stream on Access Munster – sign up here for €6 for the month or just €42 for a full year.

Stadium Information

The stadium turnstiles will be open from 4.30pm at the Dolphin Gate and Sunday’s Well Gate.

The capacity of Musgrave Park has been increased from 8,008 to 8,800, the capacity will increase in stages and is set at 8,400 for Friday evening.

Food concessions inside the ground will also serve a variety of hot food to supporters.

URC Trophy Fanzone

The URC trophy will be on display at the Dolphin RFC end and supporters will have the opportunity to get up close with the trophy.

Traffic & Travel

NOTE: Due to the UEFA Euro U21 qualifier between Ireland and Türkiye taking place at Turners Cross (KO 7.30pm), the Curragh Road will be closed from 6pm to 11pm between its junction with Evergreen Rd/South Douglas Rd and with its junction at Pearse Rd/Tory Top Rd.

Please make alternative travel arrangements if required.

As Musgrave Park is located in a residential area, we request that you respect the local residents at all times.

Please note any cars blocking entrances will be towed.

If you are coming from the city centre, the 203 bus from Patrick Street stops at Musgrave Park on the Pearse Road end.

Free parking is available at the Black Ash Park & Ride for those attending the match. The car park is open until 9pm.


Mostly Sunny, highs of 23°

Munster Rugby wish to thank you for your continued support.


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