Getting to the stadium
The stadium is located in the east of Dublin, approximately 2 kilometres from the city centre.
🚶 By foot
Due to its location, the distance to Dublin Arena is easily walkable from the centre of the city – there will be dedicated routes, taking approximately half an hour. The routes will link the city centre as well as multiple LUAS and DART transport hubs to Dublin Arena. If you’re arriving at the airport on a matchday, you can use dedicated shuttle services to the city centre or the stadium. Check back here later for more details on your stadium journey.
On matchdays a dedicated spectator shuttle bus service will take fans into the heart of the city, with exceptional connectivity to transport hubs.
❗ Please note:
There will be no parking for private vehicles on matchdays. Extensive road closures will be implemented around the stadium on matchdays. Instead, park your car next to the transport hubs and use public transport or walk to the stadium. The same applies to travelling by taxi: road closures and travel disruptions are likely to affect your journey and drop-off zones can be quite far away from the venue.
🚗 Getting There & Parking
Fans who applied for accessibility tickets were able to indicate whether they needed a parking permit during the application process. Parking permits will be allocated closer to the tournament, and our ticketing team will send you an email as soon as this is complete. Keep in mind there are a limited number of parking permits available; even if you requested one, we cannot guarantee all applications will be successful.
Additionally, there will be accessible modes of transport for disabled fans on matchdays. All regular Dublin Bus services and shuttle services have low level floors. Each Dublin Bus can accommodate two wheelchair users. Irish Rail has arrangements in place to ensure accessibility on DART and commuter services. The best way to reach Dublin Arena by public transport is via the DART to Lansdowne Road station.
🏟️ Amenities & Facilities
- There are wheelchair user spaces located throughout all stands. These can be accessed via dedicated lifts and elevators. Sightlines are good, seats are sheltered, and there are no obstructed views.
- There are easy access seats located throughout the stadium.
- Food and drink kiosks on all concourses have an accessible low level counter so that disabled supporters can be served.
- There are 51 accessible toilets inside the stadium, located adjacent to all accessible viewing areas.
Visit CAFE for more info on venue accessibility.