Translink announce special bus and rail services for Allianz Football League finals

Four Ulster counties will be in action in Croke Park this weekend

Derry Donncha Gilmore with Brian Fenton of Dublin during the National Football League match played at Celtic Park in Derry on Saturday 2nd of March 2024. Picture Margaret McLaughlin
Derry take on Dublin in Sunday's Allianz Football League Division One final at Croke Park (Margaret McLaughlin Photography )

Translink have announced special rail and bus services for supporters attending this weekend’s Allianz Football League finals at Croke Park.

Down take on Westmeath in the Division Three final on Saturday evening with a 7.15pm throw-on, following the Division Four final between Laois and Leitrim at 5pm. A special train will run from Newry to Dublin Connolly at 1.47pm on Saturday afternoon and return at 9.40pm on Saturday night.

Three Ulster counties are in action on Sunday, with Armagh and Donegal contesting the Division Two final at 1.45pm before Derry face Dublin in the Division One final at 4pm.

Translink will run trains from Portadown on Sunday from 10.45am to Dublin Connolly, returning at 8.10pm.

There will also be bus services running from the Foyle Street Bus Centre in Derry.

See the Translink website for more information.