Tickets

  • There will be no further allocation of tickets to clubs for Saturday's game between Mayo & Donegal in Elverys MacHale Park.

    There will be no more tickets sold in shops, online or outside the ground on the day.

    This news was confirmed at a Mayo County Board meeting last night.

    All supporters including children must have a ticket to gain entry on Saturday.

    Mayo GAA PRO Paul Cunnane has told Midwest News that all tickets have now been allocated.

  • Tickets for Sunday’s FBD Insurance Connacht GAA Senior Football League meeting of Leitrim and Mayo, Sunday 6th January in Avantcard Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada, (Throw in 1.30pm) are now on sale. Supporters intending on travelling to game are advised to purchase tickets in advance to avoid delays on the day, as a big crowd is expected

     

    Ticket Details:

    General Admission €10

    Concession(Students & OAP’s) €5

    Juveniles Free of charge

     

    General Information

    Tickets can be purchased through selected SuperValu & Centra stores

     

     

  • There will be no tickets on sale for the much anticipated clash of Mayo v Galway at the stadium tomorrow. The last remaining tickets are available through Supervalu and Centra stores only. 
    Patrons are reminded that all persons(including children) entering the stadium must have a match ticket. 
  • Kildare and Mayo County Boards will each receive 1500 tickets for club distribution for Saturday’s All-Ireland Qualifier game between the sides in Newbridge.

    It follows the decision earlier to switch the game from Croke Park to Newbridge, after Kildare GAA said they would not play the game in Dublin, having been drawn out of the hat first on Monday morning.

    In a statement this afternoon the GAA confirmed the change and said that following discussions with the Kildare County Committee and An Garda Síochána in recent days, upgraded match-day and traffic management plans involving extra stewarding and Gardaí will be put in place to cater for the large crowds expected at the venue before the game.

    The GAA wishes to point out that the decision by the CCCC to fix the game for Croke Park originally was based on serious concerns around the health and safety of patrons attending the fixture. The CCCC has received assurances that these issues will be adequately addressed.

    The original capacity of 8,200 remains in place.

    Both county boards will receive 1500 tickets each for club distribution. The remainder will be used to meet the needs of players, season ticket holders and sponsors.

    The GAA has also confirmed that tickets purchased for the double header will not be valid for the refixture and a refund process from the point of purchase has been put in place.

    Supporters without tickets are urged not to come to St Conleth’s Park on Saturday.

    The GAA has also confirmed that the meeting of Cavan and Tyrone will now take place at Brewster Park, Enniskillen.

    Tickets for the games will be priced at 20 euro for adults and 5 euro for juveniles.

     

     

    Statement from the GAA regarding Kildare v Mayo qualifier game: 

    The GAA can confirm that the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Round Three meeting of Kildare and Mayo will take place in St Conleth’s Park in Newbridge on Saturday evening at 7.00pm.

    Following discussions with the Kildare County Committee and An Garda Síochána in recent days, upgraded match-day and traffic management plans involving extra stewarding and Gardaí will be put in place to cater for the large crowds expected at the venue before the game.

    The GAA wishes to point out that the decision by the CCCC to fix the game for Croke Park originally was based on serious concerns around the health and safety of patrons attending the fixture. The CCCC has received assurances that these issues will be adequately addressed.

    The original capacity of 8,200 remains in place.

    Both Kildare and Mayo County Committees will receive 1,500 tickets each for club distribution. The remainder will be used to meet the needs of players, season ticket holders and sponsors.

    The GAA can also confirm that the meeting of Cavan and Tyrone will now take place at Brewster Park, Enniskillen.

    Tickets purchased for the Croke Park double-header fixture will not be valid for these games and a refund process from the point of purchase has been put in place.

    Supporters without tickets are urged not to come to St Conleth’s Park on Saturday.

    Tickets for the new fixtures will be priced at €20/£18 (adults) and €5/£5 (juveniles).

     

     

     

     

  • Since tickets went on sale at 10 o’clock there have been large queues across Supervalu and Centra stores throughout the morning.

    Dublin and Mayo’s clash in Croke Park is expected to be a sell-out and fans from across the county have queued online for the first championship meeting of the sides since 2017.

    Ballyhaunis Supervalu has a constant queue of 30 people since 10 o’clock this morning.

    We have received pictures of substantial queues in Castlebar Supervalu and in Ballyhaunis Supervalu, where there has been a constant stream of 30 people since 10 this morning.

    People trying to access tickets online have been having serious difficulty, with some people queuing online on Tickets.ie for more than two hours.

    Tickets.ie took to their twitter account to apologise for the delays, saying:

    “Tickets for both semi finals are still on sale - retail and online.

    There are no issues with the listing however there is a queuing system in place to manage the very high volume of traffic on the website.

    We do apologize for any inconvenience caused and hope you get your tickets.”

    People have been taking to social media to complain about server errors as the website appears to struggle with the volume of ticket requests.

    With the Dubs on a quest for five in-a-row, moral and expectation is still high across the county.

  • Mayo GAA confirmed how tickets for Mayo v New York would be allocated to clubs at last night’s County Board meeting.

    Senior Clubs will receive 10 tickets, Intermediate clubs 8 tickets and Junior clubs 6.

     

  • More tickets will be released later for this Saturday's All Ireland semi-final between Mayo and Dublin.

    Thousands of fans missed out yesterday, despite spending hours in queues online and in Supervalu and Centra shops across Mayo.

    The GAA is to investigate why some people lost their place in the virtual queue on Tickets.ie, but has denied the system crashed.

    GAA spokesperson  Alan Milton says more tickets will go on general sale later today:

  • Tickets for the Pope's visit to Knock Shrine were all taken up within minutes of going online this morning.
    There are still tickets available for the Mass in the Phoenix Park in Dublin.
    Fr Richard Gibbons, the PP of Knock Shrine told Midwest Radio that anyone could secure up to eight tickets for Knock if they managed to get online this morning.
    In total there were 45,000 tickets available for the Pope's visit to Knock.
    The Pope will be in Knock on Sunday August 26th.