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Páirc Tailteann Double Header – Supporters Information

By Brian Kelly Thu 11th May

Páirc Tailteann Double Header – Supporters Information
Páirc Tailteann Double Header – Supporters Information

In advance of the Christy Ring Cup and Tailteann Cup double header in Páirc Tailteann on Saturday next (May 13), Coiste na Mí C.L.G. wish to advise supporters  coming to the games of the following arrangements. 



Tickets can be purchased from selected Centra and Super Valu outlets.  The closest outlet to Páirc Tailteann selling tickets is Bird’s Super Valu at Beechmount, left hand side off the Trim Road into Navan.


Tickets can also be purchased online here: TICKETS


Entry is strictly via ticket only.



There are a number of housing estates in the vicinity of Páirc Tailteann and we appeal to patrons attending Páirc Tailteann on Saturday not to park in these residential areas. We also ask that supporters do not park in Aldi on Brews Hill. There are a large number of car parks in Navan to cater for match going supporters. Meath County Council have advised us that cars parked illegally will be clamped.


There are a number of public and private car parks to cater for supporters travelling to Navan for the fixture.



There are also roadworks on the R161 going past Our Lady’s Hospital and St. Patrick’s Classical School, see the below link.


PN2613-66-02 R161, Moathill, Navan, Co Meath (1)


Meath County Council Operated Car Parks

  • Abbey Road
  • Fairgreen
  • Kells Road (Opposite Fire Station)
  • Kennedy Place
  • Meath County Council Offices (Railway Street)
  • Navan O’Mahonys
  • Park and Ride Facility on N51 behind St. Patrick’s Classical School
  • Ramparts (Kentstown Road)

Privately Operated Car Parks

  • Brews Hill (beside St. Josephs Mercy Secondary School)
  • Kennedy Road (beside Navan Credit Union)
  • Navan Town Centre
  • Our Lady’s Hospital (entry via Commons Road)
  • Páirc Tailteann (entry via Commons Road)*

*Note the car park behind the stand in Páirc Tailteann will not open for 15 minutes after the final whistle.  This is to ensure pedestrians can leave safely. 


By Brian Kelly Thu 11th May

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