Pictured above: Paul O connell ,John Cantwell ,Mayor Michael Sheehan , Councilor Shane Clifford.
Thomond Park is the home ground of Munster Rugby, one of the most successful and best supported rugby clubs in the world.
The internationally renowned venue boasts an amazing 25,600 capacity with an extensive range of conference & banqueting facilities.
From international rugby with Ireland v The Barbarians, the historic staging of two international football matches with the Republic of Ireland, hosting The Special Olympics Opening Ceremony, to concerts with performances by P!NK, Elton John, Rod Stewart and Bob Dylan, the stadium has delivered on its promise to attract the very best in terms of sporting and entertainment experiences.
Since it’s reopening in 2008, Thomond Park Stadium has hosted everything from seminars, product launches, business meetings, training events, exhibitions, gala dinners, college balls, fashion shows, and even weddings.
Other additions to the stadium include the outstanding interactive museum experience with touch screens and interactive displays which makes the museum suitable for fans of any age. The museum highlights the proud history and heritage of Munster Rugby and showcases an impressive range of memorabilia such as the match ball from the famous victory against the All Blacks in 1978 and the 2006 and 2008 Heineken Cup trophies.
Thomond Park have now opened a new Fan Zone Plaza that provides a unique pre and post-match meeting point for you, your family and friends.
Come and see for yourself the new fan experience that Thomond Park has to offer! You can bring the kids to the Bank of Ireland Family Fun Zone complete with bouncy castles. Or why not enjoy a drink with mates in the newly refurbished Guinness Dug Out Bar? You can take a walk through the relocated and revamped Munster Experience Museum or enjoy culinary delights from a wide range of artisan food stalls!
If you would like to know more about Thomand Park or about Munster Rugby you can visit their website here!
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