All trains from Cork and Limerick to Dublin on Sunday for the All-Ireland Hurling final are sold out, including extra trains put on for the event, Iarnród Éireann has said.

Trains back from Dublin on Sunday evening are also sold out.

The company has also said that many trains from the two Munster cities to the capital on Saturday are also sold out.

Trains are running at 75% capacity at present due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Iarnród Éireann has said that tickets will not be available at stations and customers must travel on the specific train they are booked on.

The company has also said that alcohol will not be permitted on board any services.

40,000 people are due to attend the hurling decider in Croke Park - the largest crowd to attend a sporting event on the island of Ireland since the pandemic began.

Limerick are seeking to win a third All-Ireland title in four years, while the Rebels are looking to bridge a 16-year gap since the last time the Liam MacCarthy Cup visited Leeside.