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Ticket & Matchday Info | Munster v Cardiff

28th March 2024 By The Editor

A view of Thomond Park.

A view of Thomond Park. Inpho

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Thomond Park on Saturday for round 13 of the URC when Munster Rugby take on Cardiff.

Tickets are available to purchase here.

Please purchase and ensure to download your ticket before you arrive at Thomond Park to avoid delays.

See more details here.

The Ticket Office in the East Stand of Thomond Park will be open for queries on matchday from 5.05pm.

Gates will open at 6pm to facilitate access to the stadium.

Fan Zone

Get into your seats early as a Munster player will be joining MC Ken pitch side for a pre-match interview.

Our mascot Oscar is looking forward to meeting our younger supporters too.

The Guinness Dug Out Bar in the Fanzone is a great pre-match meeting point and you can soak up the atmosphere here. The Guinness Dug Out Bar opens from 5pm. The Guinness Clubhouse Bar at the West Stand will also open from 5:30pm.

The Life Style Sports stores will be open at the Stadium from 3pm you have a choice of 2 locations: the main store in the East Stand and the mobile unit at the West Stand.

Welcome Committee

Keep an eye out for our welcome committee around the grounds. They will be wearing bright yellow jackets and will be there to be a friendly face on arrival and assist with any questions you have.

Ahead of Easter Sunday, they will be handing out packets of Percy Pigs thanks to our partners Marks & Spencer.

Bars & Food Concessions

Public bars and food & beverage outlets will be open in the concourses within the stadium.

Reusable Cups

We are delighted to announce that we are trialling a reusable cup at this Saturday’s game in the West Stand Concourse Bars including the MRSC & 10YR Ticket Holders Bars in the West Stand.

This trial is limited to these areas on this occasion due to the restricted volume of available reusable cups.


Munster Rugby Supporter Club members will distribute flags in advance of the game.


Match programmes will be available for sale on the approach to the stadium turnstiles and also inside the stadium. Programmes are €5.


We are delighted to welcome Derek Moloney to Thomond Park. Derek will perform Stand Up and Fight before kick-off and the MRSC Guard of Honour will be present to welcome teams onto the pitch.

At halftime we will welcome the U11 teams from Douglas RFC, Dungarvan RFC, Kilfeacle& District RFC and Ennis RFC.

Bank of Ireland are delighted to bring ‘The Catch’ to Thomond Park on Saturday, as it offers supporters the chance to test their inner Mike Haley or Shane Daly and see how they get on under a high ball.

With thanks to our friends at Shannon Airport, our Stadium Selfie competition will be in back in action with return flights to London Heathrow up for grabs!



The 302-bus service from Henry Street runs every 20 minutes and has a drop off at Thomond Park. Full bus service details see www.buseireann.ie.

Irish Rail

Irish Rail will be operating an extra service to Cork for supporters departing Limerick at 10.05pm arriving in Cork at 11.40pm.

Park and Ride 

Will not be in operation.


At the end of the game, please exit the stadium via the same doorway that you used for entry. We ask that all supporters, take their time follow the directions of the stewards when departing the stadium.


Dry and cloudy with temperatures of 8 degrees. See updates at www.met.ie.


This game will be live on RTÉ, S4C, Viaplay, SuperSport, Premier Sports Flo Rugby & URC.tv

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Munster Rugby wish to thank you for your continued support. 


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