Updated 16:00hrs 19th September
Support your GAA County this summer with Iarnród Éireann
As the summer winds another All Ireland Football and Hurling Championship also comes to an end with all the County teams having fought hard campaigns to realise their dreams and compete for Sam Maguire and Liam Mccarthy at Croke Park this September.
In the All Ireland football mens Senior Championship no county was able to knock Dublin off their perch and take Sam Maguire back home. Dublin have now achieved the seemingly impossible and have been crowned champions in September for the third consecutive time.
The All Ireland Hurling Championship was staged for the 130th time this summer. Galway emerged victorious after a hard fought campaign this summer and are the team to beat in the Hurling Championship and will hope that they can defend the Liam McCarthy cup this season against their biggest rivals
While these campaigns are now in the history books the Ladies still have time to put their names alongside them with the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championship Finals still to be played.
Next summer old rivalries will be renewed and the battle to be crowned All Ireland champions begins once again. Travel with Iarnród Éireann to support your county as they begin the journey to Croke Park in September.
Sunday September 24th in Croke Park
LGFA TG4 Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Final Dublin vs Mayo
- 09.05hrs Ballina to Manulla Junction (Serving Foxford and connecting with 09.15hrs ex Westport at Manulla Junction)
- 09.15hrs Westport to Dublin Heuston (Serving Castlebar, Manulla Junction, Claremorris, Ballyhaunis)
- 18.30hrs Dublin Heuston to Ballina
- 19.10hrs Dublin Heuston to Westport (Serving Castlebar, Manulla Junction, Claremorris, Ballyhaunis)
Please note that tickets will not be available at the station you must book online in advance to avoid disappointment, only ticket collection services will be available at the station. Also family tickets are withdrawn on the Mayo route and will not be valid for travel on Sunday 24th September.
If you are travelling for the game please ensure that you travel on the service you are booked for as services will be busy. Furthermore no alcohol will be allowed on services on Sunday.
If you are a Free Travel Pass holder please ensure that you book your reserved seat on a regular service as additional services have do not have allocated seating.