About Richmond Park

Richmond Park is a football stadium in Dublin, Ireland. Situated in the Dublin suburb of Inchicore, it is the home ground of St Patrick's Athletic. The area where the ground now stands was formerly used as a recreational area by the British Army, who were stationed at the nearby Richmond Barracks, hence the name Richmond Park.

Find Us

Richmond Park is situated on Emmet Road in Inchicore, Dublin 8. The stadium is easily reachable from all parts of the city and country and is serviced by all major public transport.

Car: From Dublin City Centre there are two quick, direct routes (traffic dependent, of course). From the South Quays, follow the road past Heuston Station onto St John's Road West. At the next Junction turn left onto the South Circular Road. Pass the Royal Hospital Kilmainham on the left, and Kilmainham Gaol and the Hilton Hotel on the right. Emmet Road is the next right turn. From the Dame Street area, continue on to Thomas Street, pass the Guinness Brewery on James Street, Old Kilmainham and directly onto Emmet Road.
Two of Dublin's main arteries carry cars into Dubliln City in/close to Inchicore. The N7/Naas Road, from the south of the country, feeds directly on Tyrconnell Road and Inchicore Village. Turn right at the traffic lights at the Black Lion pub onto Emmet Road. If you are travelling on the M50, exit at Junction 9 marked City Centre/Inchicore The N4/Chapelizod from the west of the country by-pass also passes by Inchicore. As the N4 becomes the Con Colbert Road, turn left at the junction with the South Circular Road. Follow the route as described above.

Bus: Richmond Park is served by 6 different Dublin bus routes, with 3 stopping directly outside. Route 40 operates from Liffey Valley to Finglas. From Finglas/city centre the bus stops at Stop Number 1946 at St Michael's Church (directly opposite Richmond Park). From Liffey Valley/Ballyfermot the bus stops at stop number 1990 (opposite Tavey's pub).
Route 13 operates between Ballymun and Clondalkin. From Ballymun/city centre the bus stops at Stop Number 1946 at St Michael's Church. From Clondalkin the bus stops at stop number 1990.
Route 68 operates between the city centre (Hawkins Street) and Newcastle. From city centre the bus stops at Stop Number 1946 at St Michael's Church. From Newcastle the bus stops at stop number 1989 (Emmet Road).
Routes 79, 68a and 69 all stop nearby in Inchicore and may suit your journey. Visit Dublin Bus for information on timetables, routes, etc.

Luas: The Red Line between Saggart/Tallaght and the City Centre serves Inchicore at a number of stations, with Goldenbridge being the closest. From Goldenbridge cross the canal, veer left and continue down Connolly Avenue towards Emmet Road.
Visit Luas for information on timetables, routes, etc.

Train: Richmond Park is a 25 minute walk from Heuston Station, which is served by the 79 bus and the Red Luas line. From Connolly Station, you should travel to Inchicore on the Red Luas line as above