Rail Fares and Tickets

Support the Boys in Green in the Six Nations

Answer Irelands Call - Travel by Train to Aviva Stadium

The Irish rugby team kick off their Guinness 6 Nations campaign on the 2nd February in the Aviva stadium against England. With three away games this season Ireland's only other game at home is against the French on the 10th March.

Ireland are the defending champions and they will have to raise their game this year to defend their Six Nations crown. In a World Cup year as well, players will  be out to impress with the aim of making the plane to Japan in the autumn.

Ireland find themselves now with strength in depth and if one player is injured there are talented players pushing to get their hands on the jersey. Rory Scannell, Dan Leavy, Jacob Stockdale and the explosive Bundee Aki all forced their way into the national team over recent years. Jordan Larmour, Tadgh Beirne, John Cooney, and others will all be pushing the first team players hard this season.

Ireland had a strong finish to 2018 with the great win over the All Blacks and suffered only one defeat in 12 test matches which came against Australia in Brisbane. With coach Joe Schmidt retiring after the World Cup, the team will want to finish Joe's last Six Nations campaign on a high.

Aviva Stadium

The easiest way to travel directly to the ground is to take the DART. The line actually runs under the West stand of the stadium and stops at Lansdowne Road Station.

Extra DART capacity will be added before and after each game for supporters going to the games. 

DART to the Aviva 139KB

Upcoming Home Fixtures

2nd February

  • Ireland v England, Aviva Stadium. Kick-off 14:45hrs

Additional Services / Service Changes

  • 08:00hrs Cork to Dublin Heuston has been added to cater for additional demand
  • 19:35hrs Dublin Heuston to Galway service is deferred until 20:20hrs

Web Fares

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From €19.99* each way to and from;
  • Cork
From €17.99* each way to and from;
  • Belfast
  • Sligo
From €16.99* each way to and from;
  • Galway
From €11.99* each way to and from:
  • Limerick
  • Ennis
Priority for customers who book online

Customers wishing to travel by rail need to book their tickets online as services will be extremely busy and priority will be given to customers who book their tickets online. There is limited availability on services so don't miss out and buy now.

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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 now.

Save time and money (up to 20 percent) when you use a Leap Card to pay.

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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

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

Students

Students can also avail of our discounted student fares when booking online. Our student return fare to Dublin Heuston from Limerick is €22.98 and from Cork is €32.38. This also includes free reserved seating where applicable.

For further information on getting to/from the Aviva Stadium, this can be found on avivastadium.ie

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

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