Welcome to Eireball 2015


Preparations are underway for the 10th  Eireball as we speak. The route is set and this year we are visiting Armagh, Donegal, Mayo, Clare, Kerry, Cork and Kilkenny

The 10th Annual Eireball run is almost upon us!


The Eireball Run is a grueling week long sponsored drive. Each year a challenging route is set and a convoy of classic Volkswagens winds its way around the island of Ireland. This year’s route will see the convoy take to the spectacular coastal roads of Ireland. Considering that the average age of the vehicles is 30 years old mayhem and breakdowns are all part of the fun when on the Eireball Run!

The iconic VW Bus is the vehicle of choice of most partcipants but Beetles and Karmann Ghias also take part. The quirky classics from the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and further afield, crammed with children, dogs and surfboards, dedicate a week of their summer to the Eireball charities. With the ever present talk of recession what better way to spend your holiday than travelling around Ireland with your camper van or tent? Petrol and food are the only expenses as most of the camping spots belong to members of type2ireland – a diverse group including business owners, professionals, trades people, musicians and comedians to mention just a few – or to generous members of the public who donate their campsites for the event.

To date €70,000 euro has been raised by the Eireball Run and 100% of the proceeds are donated to the Eireball charities.  €8,295.20 was raised in 2013, and this was split 50:50 between The Irish Cancer Society and ISPCC Childline.

If you are interested in getting involved or covering the event please do not hesitate to contact us: louie@eireball.com


Towns Visited


Hangovers Endured

The route for 2015 is almost set!


We are still planning the route for 2015 but in previous years we have visited every corner of Ireland. Come back next week to hear about the route.

Check out the fun from our previous runs


Check out the vans, the scenery, the breakdowns and the parties on the Eireball run.