FAI Cup final tickets go on sale this morning
Tickets for Dundalk FC’s Extra.ie FAI Cup final clash against Shamrock Rovers will go on priority sale to season ticket holders at 11am this morning.
The Lilywhites travel to the Aviva Stadium to take on Stephen Bradley’s side on Sunday November 3rd. Kick-off is at 3.40pm.
Dundalk season ticket holders can take advantage of a priority sales window this Thursday and Friday, with general sales to commence on Saturday at 10am.
Tickets are available in the Oriel Park office, which will be open until 7pm on Thursday and Friday. Season ticket holders are limited to two tickets per season ticket holder.
Supporters can call the Oriel Park office on 042 93 35894 to purchase their ticket and have it posted to them. You will need a valid debit/credit card to book. There is a €1 transaction fee.
General sales will open at 10am on Saturday morning and the office will close at 4pm.
All those who buy their ticket for the game from Oriel Park will be entered into a free draw to win a signed 2019 Dundalk FC home jersey – presented by the Cup final Man of the Match.
This match is all-ticket.
Tickets for the match are priced at €15 (adults) and €5 (OAP/U16s). Areas allocated to Dundalk are the East Stand blocks 101 – 104 and behind the goals blocks 129 – 141. No juveniles permitted entry to the singing sections – blocks 134 and 135.
North Stand (singing section)
- Adult €15
- OAP/Juvenile (16) €5
- Adult €15
- OAP/Juvenile (U16) €5
Please note that Season Tickets are not valid for this game!
- The Lilywhite Convoy – Buses departing Oriel Park at 12noon and leaving immediately after the match returning to Oriel Park. Ticket price is 10.00 euro return.
- The Lilywhite Express train is yet to be confirmed.
Pictured above: Robbie Benson of Dundalk and Ronan Finn of Shamrock Rovers with supporters, from left, Edgar Abulu aged 9, Jagger Bliunt-Ronan, aged 11, Emil Abulu, aged 12, and Zayn Mount-Bloom, aged 8, and the extra.ie FAI Cup during the FAI Cup Finals Day Photo Call at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Photo by Harry Murphy/Sportsfile