We encourage patrons to walk from City Centre where possible (30 minutes) or to use public transport (DART or Dublin Bus). Please go to the Getting Here page to find the most efficient way of getting to your seat.
Tickets for events at Aviva Stadium tickets are distributed by the event organiser. Rugby ticket information, including ticketing details for The Patrons Club and those with accessible needs, is available at www.irishrugby.ie, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01 6473800. Football ticket information, including ticketing details for The Vantage Club and those with accessible needs, is available at www.fai.ie, email email@example.com or call 01 8999500. Concert tickets, including ticketing details for those with accessible needs, are distributed by Ticketmaster on behalf of the concert promoter. Visit www.ticketmaster.ie or call 1890 925100.
Check the What's On page for up to date information on upcoming events at the stadium.
For information on lost property please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
No bags (with the exception of small handbags, no bigger than A4) will be allowed into the stadium. Handbags will be subject to search.
No, we don’t allow buggies/strollers/prams in the stadium.
Umbrellas are not permitted to be used within Aviva Stadium.
Our policy is 'babe in arms' under two years does not require a ticket. However we do not allow buggies/strollers/prams.
This depends on the event but generally for football and rugby matches Level 1 and Level 5 open 1.5 hours prior to kick off and Level 3 opens 2 hours prior to kick off.
Small cameras are permitted for rugby and football matches but we do not permit lenses bigger than 70mm to be used. For concerts, please refer to information contained within What's On event listing.
For information on access and facilities available to disabled patrons please go to the Accessibility page of this site.
Spectators with reduced mobility/wheelchair users and those with audio/visual impairments may be entitled to avail of a personal assistant’s ticket. Further details are available from the host of the match or concert, contact details are in our ticketing section.
A limited amount of accessible parking passes are distributed to ticket holders. They are distributed by the event organisers a minimum of 5 working days before the event, please contact the FAI, IRFU, or concert promoters for further details. Rugby enquiries to email@example.com or 01 6473800. Football enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or 01 8999500. Concert enquiries to Ticketmaster at 1890 92 51 00. Queries in relation to accessible car passes can be directed to concert promoters. Access to the parking facility closes strictly 2 hours prior to the commencement of the event due to road closures implemented by An Garda Síochana. Details of approach routes to the parking facility are printed on the back of the parking pass.
Spectators with parking passes will be permitted to enter the stadium from 2 hours prior to gates open.
To ensure that patrons with mobility difficulties can access the stadium in comfort there are five dedicated access points these are located at: Entrance E (Lower West Stand), Entrance X (Upper West Stand), Entrance A (South Stand), Entrance M (East Stand), Entrance I (North Stand). These entrances are fully serviced by lifts/elevators and are available for patrons that use wheelchairs or mobility aids but are also available to those with reduced mobility. Please contact a stadium steward when you arrive for further assistance.
There are 230 places for wheelchair users and an equal number for their personal assistants. These seats are distributed across all levels of the stadium and can be accessed via lifts/elevators.
On all concourses the bar and food counters have a lowered section so that people in wheelchairs can be served.
There are 51 accessible toilets in the stadium. The toilets are located adjacent to all viewing positions.
In order to assist hearing impaired and visually impaired visitors to the stadium a combination of hearing induction loops and RF radio transmitter systems are incorporated enhancing audible communications throughout the stadium, including the seating bowl, restaurants, bars, kiosks and conference rooms.
For those with impaired vision: Tactile flooring is used at the top and bottom of a flight of stairs inside the stadium. The public address system will give announcements including emergency announcements. Guide Dogs/Seeing Eye Dogs are permitted in the stadium however you must contact the organiser of the event in advance of booking your ticket to discuss your requirements.