Take the Train to Support your County
Great fares, relaxed travelling
It's that time of year again with the Allianz leagues commencing on 25th January 2020. The usual suspects like juggernauts Dublin in the football and traditionalists Kilkenny in hurling will look to put their name on the repsective trophies once again.
Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail is here to take you to Croke Park, and further afield. Book your ticket online and sit back, relax and get ready to cheer on your county in some of Ireland's top sporting venues.
From €21.49* 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 €14.99* each way to and from Ennis and Limerick
From €24.99* each way to and from TraleeBook Online
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.
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.ie.
All Ireland Allianz League Round 5
Sunday 1st March
- Limerick vs Westmeath, LIT Gaelic Grounds, Limerick. Throw-in 14:00hrs
- Galway vs Cork, Pearse Stadium. Throw-in 14:00hrs
- Tipperary vs Waterford, Semple Stadium, Thurles. Throw-in 14:00hrs
All Ireland Allianz Football League Round 5
Sunday 15th March
- Dublin vs Meath, Páirc an Chrócaigh, Dublin. Throw-in 14:00hrs
- Galway vs Mayo, , Pearse Stadium, Galway. Throw-in 14:00hrs
- Kildare vs Cavan, Newbridge, Co. Kildare. Throw-in 14:00hrs