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Ireland v Canada: Thomond Park Information

Ireland v Canada: Thomond Park Information

Travelling to Thomond Park for the Ireland v Canada game in the GUINNESS Series 2008? Well, if this is your first time heading to the stadium, we have some useful access tips. Do not forget you can still get tickets to see the game!

Ireland will take on Canada at Thomond Park on Saturday in the opening game of the GUINNESS Series 2008.

If you are travelling to the game then please take a moment to read up on our handy access tips from the Thomond Park Stadium Company.

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Getting Into Thomond Park

Thomond Park operates an automated ticket/turnstile system. Please click here to view a short video on the new automatic turnstile system in action Thomond Park.


In addition, Limerick City Council would like to advise Members of the public travelling to matches at Thomond Park, that the parking of vehicles is expressly forbidden on any green area maintained by the City Council.

It is the policy of the City Council to photograph vehicles so parked, issue fixed penalty notices, and in some instances, remove these vehicles. Information signs to this effect have been erected on all approaches to the venue.

Bus Eireann Shuttle Bus Service to Thomond Park Stadium

Departing from Henry St., outside the Harveys Quay Dunnes Stores.
Service commences at 3.15pm
A nominal fee is charged on board

Tickets are still available for Ireland v Canada from the ticket offices at Thomond Park and Musgrave Park (10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday).

Tickets will also be available on the day of the game from 12:30pm at the West side of the Stadium. Stand tickets – 40 Euro and 32 Euro. Terrace Tickets – 25 Euro.