Finn Harps visit on Friday 26th May. Kick off is at 7.45pm and all support for the Harps is most appreciated.
Aidan McNelis is Supporter Liaison officer for Finn Harps FC and Gary Spain is Supporter Liaison officer for Treaty United.
Tickets for the game can be purchased online HERE
- Adult €13
- Student €10
- Senior Citizen €8
- Children Under 12: €5 or Free with Adult ticket
FarAwayOMeter: Reasonably far
There is no fan bus planned for this game.
Driving / Parking:
As per the Football Ground Guide website:
From the East
Follow the M7 Motorway from Nenagh, then on the western outskirts of Limerick turn off at Junction 29 and head towards the City Centre on the N24/R527. Go straight across two roundabouts and after passing a petrol station on your left, you will reach a set of traffic lights (pedestrian crossing). Go through the lights and take the next right and then immediately left into Greenhill Road, which becomes Garryowen Road. Markets Field is a half a mile down this road on the left.
From the North
Follow the R445 from Shannon Airport & Ennis towards Limerick and then continue on the N20 around the city until you reach Junction 29 (signposted N24/Waterford). Then take the N24/R527 towards Limerick, then as From The East above. Although this is a longer route, it does avoid Limerick City Centre, as the traffic congestion can be quite bad.
From the South
Follow the M20 from Mallow and continue onto the N20 towards Limerick. When you reach Junction 29 (signposted N24/Waterford)m take the N24/R527 towards Limerick, then as From The East above.
There is no parking at the stadium itself. However there is plenty of street parking in the area. Away fans should find it convenient to park on Mulgrave Street.
The ground is reasonably close to Colbert Station, but there are no trains late enough to depart after the game.
It’s possible to get to Dublin Airport using the Citylink 712x service from the city centre just after midnight and to seek further onward options from there
Before the game:
The Track Bar is just outside the away end. Note that generally fans are not allowed out for a half time pint.
In the Ground:
Harps fans should congregate together in the away end and get right behind the team! Away fans are in the stand behind the goal.