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Euro 2016 just a oui journey away with Stena Line

Press Release   •   Dec 11, 2015 12:23 GMT

AHEAD of tomorrow’s Euro 2016 draw, leading ferry company Stena Line is ensuring Irish fans can score the trip of a lifetime next summer with great value fares from only €476*for a car plus four return. For less than €120 per person return fans won’t have to worry about high costs to get to the action next summer.

Supporters can travel Landbridge from Dublin or Rosslare via Dover or Folkestone to France and what’s more, they only need to pay a €100 deposit to secure their booking, which is great news in the run up to Christmas.

Diane Poole, Head of Communications and PR at Stena Line explains why fans should consider ferry travel next summer: “We want as many Irish fans as possible to experience this once in a lifetime sporting event while enjoying fantastic low fares to France. Matches will be taking place all over France and travelling by ferry means football fans will have the added convenience of having their own transport to get them to the various fixtures’’.

When you travel with Stena Line you don’t have to worry about baggage charges so you can fit in everything you need including your Ireland jersey, scarf and flag!

“Euro 2016 is set to be one of the biggest sporting events of the year and one that Irish fans will remember for a lifetime, so we would encourage everyone to book now and revel in the excitement of their 2016 adventure,” added Diane.

Remember with great fares like these you don’t have to sell the missus to go to Euro 2016!

For more information visit or call 01 907 5555.


MEDIA ENQUIRIES: For further information, please contact Fiona Brown of Duffy Rafferty Communications on 048 9073 0880 /

Notes to Editors

*Fares shown are valid for mid-week travel (Monday – Thursday) on selected dates in June 2016. Match tickets are not included in any fares quoted. €100 deposit option is only available on telephone bookings.

Stena Line operates the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Ireland and Britain with an extensive route network including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Belfast to Heysham, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

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