Bray Wanderers v Finn Harps: Information for Away Fans

Map showing location of Carlisle Grounds, Bray station and junction on M11

Finn Harps visit Bray on Monday 6th May. Kick off is at 5pm and all support for the Harps is most appreciated.


Tickets for the game can be purchased online HERE

  • Adult €15
  • Concession €10
  • Second level student €7
  • Children Under 12: Free
  • Note the various Family tickets available also

Getting There:

There is a fan bus planned for this game. See details HERE

Bus Eireann route 32 has a 22:45 service back to Sion Mills, Strabane, Lifford and Letterkenny from Central Dublin so may be an option for some.  Bus Eireann Route 30/X30 has service at 23:00 and 00:30 that service Ballyshannon and Donegal Town.  Fans in Galway can avail of Citylink (last bus 00:15) services from Dublin City Centre.

Driving / Parking:

As per the Wanderers website:

Take the N11 out of Dublin or M50 Southbound.

Exit the M50/N11 merge at junction 5 Bray North. At roundabout take second exit towards Bray. Continue straight on along the Dublin Road, cross the Dargle bridge and turn left at the lights just beyond the Royal Hotel. Continue down Quinnsboro Road. The Carlisle is on your left just before the level crossing.

Parking is in the streets around the ground.

Public Transport

As per the Wanderers website:


By train

All DART trains from Dublin City Stations Southbound stop at Bray Station. Journey time is 40 minutes from Dublin City Centre.
Most south-east-bound trains stop at Bray, as do most trains from the South-east to Dublin. When you arrive at the station, leave by the main exit and turn right. The entrance and turnstiles are visible from there.


DUBLIN BUS numbers 145 from Dublin City Centre, 84 (from Blackrock) or 45A from Dun Laoghaire.

Routes 84 & 45A both go to Bray DART station which is beside the Ground. Route 145 stops in Bray Main Street which is a short walk to the Ground.

Before the game:

There are loads of pubs in Bray, Harps fans are gathering in the Harbour Bar near the ground from 2pm.

In the Ground:

Harps fans should congregate together in the ground and get right behind the team!  Away fans are on the uncovered side nearer the railway.  Supporters may be searched on entry and bags may have to be left in the club shop for the duration of the game.  A hot food truck will be available.