Important GAA ticketing information for this weekend
In advance of a busy weekend of GAA Championship matches in football and hurling, the GAA can confirm the following:
The GAA Football All-Ireland senior quarter final round three meeting of Donegal and Tyrone in Ballybofey on Sunday is fully sold out. Supporters are asked to arrive early at the ground to avoid queues for access.
Only a few hundred tickets remain at participating SuperValu and Centra stores and at http://gaa.ie/tickets for Sunday’s GAA Hurling All-Ireland semi-final replay between Galway and Clare in Semple Stadium. There will be no tickets on sale on Sunday in Thurles. Again, supporters are encouraged to arrive early to avoid queues. Turnstiles will open at 12.30pm
Tickets are still available for tomorrow’s GAA Football All-Ireland quarter final meetings of Kerry and Kildare in Fitzgerald Stadium and for Galway v Monaghan in Pearse Stadium. Tickets for these matches are Adults €25, juveniles: €5. Student/Senior Citizen tickets available on the day.
A double header at Croke Park on Sunday features the EirGrid All-Ireland U20 football final between Mayo and Kildare at 1.15pm, followed by the GAA Football All-Ireland quarter final meeting of Dublin and Roscommon at 3.30pm. There will, in addition, be an official club colour parade to commemorate the anniversary of Gaelic Sunday – which takes place in between both games.
Tickets for Croke Park are Adult Stand tickets €25. Adult Terrace tickets €20. Juvenile tickets €5.