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Aviva Stadium is located in the Ballsbridge suburb of Dublin. 

How you get to the Aviva will depend on where your seats in the stadium are located. 

Aviva Stadium easily accessible by foot, rail and bus from the city centre. It is inadvisable to drive to the stadium as there is no parking around the stadium and roads will be closed to private vehicles two hours prior to an event. 

If you are taking the Dart be sure to check the information boards to ensure there are no station closures. 

Your ticket will indicate the Entrance you must use and the way finding signage is colour coded for each of the 5 routes.

Aviva Stadium Way Finder MapRed Tickets – Bath Avenue Entrance

There are two options available if you are using this entrance, by Dart or on foot. 

By Dart

You will need to take any southbound Dart to Grand Canal Dock Station. 

Exit the station and turn right onto Barrow Street, at the end of Barrow Street take a left onto Grand Canal Street and then your next left onto Bath Avenue. 

The entrance is at the end of the street. 

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 this road passed the Maldron Hotel and the Grand Canal Theatre until you come to Ringsend Road, make a left here. 

Continue on Ringsend Road passed the Dublin Bus Depot, you will come to a slight incline as the road passes over the Dodder River, once over the river make an immediate right and walk along the banks of the river to the next intersection, here you will cross the river again and enter the stadium. 

The walk from O’Connell Bridge should take you less than 40 minutes. 

Blue Tickets – Shelbourne Road Entrance

There are three options available if you are using this entrance, by Dart, by Dublin Bus or on foot. 

By Dart

You will need to take any southbound Dart to Grand Canal Dock Station. 

Exit the station and turn right onto Barrow Street, at the end of Barrow Street take a left onto Grand Canal Street, continue on this street as it becomes Shelbourne Road. The blue entrance is the first entrance on the left.

By Dublin Bus

There are a number of buses which serve the Aviva Stadium, where you are coming from depends on which bus you will need to take.

Most buses stop on Pembroke Road, to reach the blue entrance walk towards the junction with Lansdowne Road, make a right here and a left onto Shelbourne Road. The blue entrance is on your right passed the orange entrance.

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. The blue entrance is the first entrance on the left. The walk from O’Connell Bridge should take you less than 40 minutes. 

Orange Tickets – Lansdowne Lane Entrance (off Shelbourne Road)

There are three options available if you are using this entrance, by Dart, by Dublin Bus or on foot. 

By Dart

You will need to take any southbound Dart to Grand Canal Dock Station. Exit the station and turn right onto Barrow Street, at the end of Barrow Street take a left onto Grand Canal Street, continue on this street as it becomes Shelbourne Road. The orange entrance is the second entrance on the left, passed the blue entrance. 

By Dublin Bus

There are a number of buses which serve the Aviva Stadium, where you are coming from depends on which bus you will need to take. 

Most buses stop on Pembroke Road, to reach the blue entrance walk towards the junction with Lansdowne Road, make a right here and a left onto Shelbourne Road. The orange entrance is on your right. 

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. The orange entrance is the second entrance on the left, passed the blue entrance. The walk from O’Connell Bridge should take you less than 40 minutes. 

Green Tickets – Lansdowne Road Entrance

There are three options available if you are using this entrance, by Dart, by Dublin Bus and on foot  

By Dart

You will need to take any south bound Dart to Lansdowne Road Station. Exit the station and turn right. The green entrance will be on your left. 

By Dublin Bus

There are a number of buses which serve the Aviva Stadium, where you are coming from depends on which bus you will need to take. Most buses stop on Pembroke Road, to reach the blue entrance walk towards the junction with Lansdowne Road, continue on Lansdowne Road passed the junction with Shelbourne Road. The green entrance is on your left.  

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, make a left here. The green entrance will be on your left. The walk from O’Connell Bridge should take you less than 40 minutes. 

Purple Tickets – Herbert Road Entrance

There are three options available if you are using this entrance, by Dart, by Dublin Bus and on foot.  

By Dart

You will need to take any south bound Dart to Lansdowne Road Station. Exit the station and turn right. The purple entrance will be on your left passed the green entrance. 

By Dublin Bus

There are a number of buses which serve the Aviva Stadium, where you are coming from depends on which bus you will need to take. Most buses stop on Pembroke Road, to reach the blue entrance walk towards the junction with Lansdowne Road, continue on Lansdowne Road passed the junction with Shelbourne Road. The purple entrance is on your left, passed the green entrance.  

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, make a left here. The purple entrance will be on your left passed the green entrance. The walk from O’Connell Bridge should take you less than 40 minutes.

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