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Take the Train to Support your County

Great fares, relaxed travelling

With the Allianz Leagues now over and the Champions crowned the All Ireland Senior Championships have kicked off, with each County team fighting for a place in Final at Croke Park in July.

At Iarnród Éireann we hope you choose to travel by train with us, absorbing the electric atmosphere before the main event begins. 

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.

Web Fares

From €21.49* each way to and from Cork

From €13.99* each way to and from Belfast

From €14.79* each way to and from Sligo

From €13.99* each way to and from Galway

From €14.99* each way to and from Limerick

From €24.99* each way to and from Tralee

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Travel Regulations

We want you to be able to travel to the game as smoothly and as safely as possible and though restrictions will have eased across the country, they remain in place for public transport so to keep everyone safe it is essential to keep to these guidelines…

  • Wear a face covering on-board and within the station
  • Please pre book Intercity travel
  • Please remember that alcohol is prohibited on public transport.

Free travel pass holders please note free travel passes are non-transferrable and can only be used by the named person. You cannot use your free travel pass on services not listed in the official timetable, on tours and special rail services. You can use it on all regular timetable services. Click here for more informaiton on how to reserve a seat using a free travel pass.

Upcoming Fixtures

Below are a list of some upcoming games that are taking place which you can reach by rail. For the full fixture list of upcoming games, please visit


GAA Football Senior Championship

Saturday 25th June - Croke Park
  • Derry v Clare Throw-in 15:45hrs
  • Dublin v Cork Throw-in 18:00hrs
Sunday 26th June - Croke Park
  • Galway v Armagh Throw-in 13:45hrs
    • Additional capacity added to 15:05hrs ex Galway and the 17:00hrs, 18:45hrs and 20:30hrs services.
  • Kerry v Mayo Throw-in 16:00hrs
    • 07:45 Galway to Heuston
    • 09:00 Westport to Heuston
    • 19:15 Heuston to Westport
Dublin v Mayo Football

GAA Hurling Senior Championship

Saturday 2nd July - Croke Park
  • Kilkenny v Clare, Throw-in 17:30
    • 10:00hrs Ennis to Dublin Heuston
    • 20:50hrs Dublin Heuston to Limerick
    • 21:00hrs Dublin Heuston to Ennis
Sunday 3rd July - Croke Park
  • Limerick v Galway, Throw-in 15:30*
    • 08:55 Galway to Heuston
    • 19:15 Heuston to Galway
    • Additional capacity has been added to the 15:05 Galway to Heuston and the 18:45 Heuston to Galway

Galway v Kilkenny action shot