Key facts

Address Thomond Park, Limerick
Capacity 26,500 seats
Build Date 1940


Thomond Park is a stadium located in Limerick, Ireland that was built in 1940. It is the permanent home of Munster Rugby, which is one of the best rugby clubs in the world. The ground is also shared with Shannon R.F.C. The major renovation that was completed in 2008 cost around 30 million pounds and resulted in the increase of the capacity up of 25,630. Moreover, the 2008 game at the stadium was watched by more than one million people via TV, which made the ground recognized. The renovation was conducted in order to match the standards of European Rugby stadia. Today, the stadium’s capacity includes 15,000 people, and terracing provides 11,000 places more.

This is a pretty famous venue, which is known for various events, including major football matches, The Olympics Opening Ceremony, concerts by Rod Stewart Pink, Elton John, Bob Dylan, and other popular singers.

Away fans

There is no segregation of away supporters, so you just need to get earlier to catch the best positions located on the terraces. Please note that the best view is available at the East Terrace.

Admission prices

Celtic League is available at £17.
There is also a terrace for Heineken Cup that can be purchased at £22.