Supporter info: Limerick away

Limerick Football Club's supporter liasion officer has the following information for Sligo Rovers fans set to make the trip to Thomand Park on Friday night for the Airtricity Premier Division game between the sides. 

Sligo Rovers supporters travelling by bus and car can avail of public car parking at the Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) Moylish campus next to the stadium on the West Stand Side. There is no on road parking in the region of the stadium.
 
Supporters arriving in Limerick by bus or train can avail of Bus Eireann’s extended Shuttle Service from Henry Street to Thomond Park before and after the game.
 
Away gates will open at 5:30pm. Away supporters should gain admission at the West Stand [Blue Gate]. Those who have pre-purchased tickets should approach Turnstile T6, those without tickets can purchase them at the ticket box located at the West Stand [Blue gate]. Limerick security personnel will perform a quick search on your way into the ground, we appreciate your co-operation during this process.
 
A full bar service with hot food and confectionery will be available within the stadium.
 
 
 
The hospitality packages includes a post match reception with both teams in the Thomond Suite post match.
 
Supporters looking for travel package are asked to contact Irish Concert Travel here http://www.irishconcerttravel.ie/SupportersbustravelforSligoRoversawaygames.html

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