Rail Fares and Tickets

Try this year's Pro14 and travel by train!

Take the family on a day out with our fantastic Family Fares or avail of our discounts when you use a Leap Card.

The Guinness Pro14 resumes after a successful season in 2017/2018. Leinster ultimately finished as champions last May but their rivals will be hoping to take the title in Celtic Park on the 25th May, 2019.

The addition of the Cheetahs and Southern Kings to the competition has made the Pro14 tournament even more competitive. The league has grown since its inception as the Celtic League back in 2001, with games now taking place across Northern and Southern hemispheres. This marks the first phase of expansion as the Guinness Pro14 looks to become a global tournament.

With new signings of Tadhg Beirne and Joey Carbery Munster will be looking to go one better this year and reach the final. With new captain Jarred Butler and new signing Robin Copeland Connacht will be looking to get back to winning ways and qualify for the Heineken Champions Cup. Ulster will be looking to improve on last season and reach this year’s play-offs with the help of new signings Marty Moore and Jordi Murphy. Reigning champions Leinster will be looking to make it two from two with Johnny Sexton now leading the helm.

Upcoming Pro14 Fixtures


18th - Leinster Rugby vs Munster Rugby, RDS Arena. Kick-off 15:00hrs

Web Fares

From €19.99* each way to and from Cork

From €17.99* each way to and from Belfast and Sligo

From €17.99* each way to and from Galway

From €13.99* each way to and from Ennis and Limerick

From €23.99* each way to and from Tralee

*Subject to availability, quotas apply. Reserve Seat Only option is not available on additional services. Online Terms and Conditions apply.

Leap Card

Customers can save up to 20 percent on Dart and short hop zone rail journeys in the Dublin area when using Leap card instead of single or return tickets. Check out current Leap Card fares and see what you can save.
Save time and money (up to 20 percent) when you use a Leap Card to pay.

Family Tickets

Take the family on a day out by train with our fantastic family tickets valid for 1 or 2 adults and up to 4 children. For more information on prices and a full list of destinations available please visit our Family Travel page. 

If you cannot find the information you require please see our Fares and Ticketing page or email info@irishrail.ie

Ulster v Connacht


Aviva Stadium and RDS Arena 

The easiest way to travel directly to The Aviva is to take the DART. The train line runs under the West stand of the stadium and stops at Lansdowne Road Station. With the RDS only around the corner from The Aviva you can get the DART to either Landsdowne Road or Sandymount Station with both only being a short 5 minute walk from the stadium. 

Irish Independent Park

Cork's Kent train station is the nearest stop to the Irish Independent Park and is only a 10 minute walk from the city bus station. Irish Independent Park is located between Pearse Rd. and Tramore Road in Ballyphehane. Number 3 bus operates from Patrick St. (around the corner from the city bus station) to Ballyphehane. 

Kingspan Stadium

Belfast Central train station is the nearest stop to the Kingspan Stadium and is a 20 minute walk from the Stadium. A Translink Metro Rugby Bus service is provided each match day picking up at East Bridge Street (Central Station) 50 minutes before kick-off then directly to Kingspan Stadium.


Ceannt Station Galway is located at the bottom of Eyre Square and is a 10 minute walk from the Sportsground. Turn left at the bottom of the station and walk up Forster Street up towards College Road and the Sportsground is on the left.

Thomond Park

With Limerick Colbert train station only a 20 minute walk from Thomond Park you won't have to worry about traffic or parking so you can arrive relaxed and ready to soak up the atmosphere.