Aviva Stadium
: Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4
Capacity: 51,700

Stadium Facilities
There are two ATM cash machines located within the stadium, one at Level 1 (lower tier) and one at Level 5 (upper tier). There are also numerous cash points in Ballsbridge which is adjacent to the stadium.

There are kiosks throughout the stadium which sell a variety of refreshments.

The IRFU store is located at the main entrance of the stadium. There will also be outlets on all levels of the stadium selling merchandise.

Travel to the stadium


The easiest way to travel directly to the ground is to take the DART. From Dublin city centre, visitors to Aviva Stadium can take any south bound DART to Lansdowne Road Station or Grand Canal Dock Station.

Visitors can get on the DART at Connolly Station which also provides a link with the city's tram system, the Luas.

By Bus

The main bus routes that serve Ballsbridge from the city centre are the 7 and 8, 45 and 84, you will need to disembark at Pembroke Road.

On foot

Walk along the River Liffey eastward until you come to the Samuel Beckett Bridge (looks like a harp lying on its side) take the next right at The Ferryman Pub (away from the river) continue on Cardiff Lane passed the Maldron Hotel and the Grand Canal Theatre cross Ringsend Road continue on Macken Street until you come to Grand Canal Street, continue on this street as it becomes Shelbourne Road. Continue on Shelbourne Road to the junction with Lansdowne Road.

Please note Dublin will be extremely busy over the weekend as a result of the St Patricks Day celebrations. Please ensure you allow plenty of time to reach the stadium and the Eve of Match Special Event.